Wire and Cable Primer – Audio Cable
This article details everything you need to know about choosing audio cable. It points you to the best references, provides interviews with key manufacturers and shows you the best way to tackle this complex subject. Input from leading cable vendors such as ICE Cable Systems and C2G, the best websites to visit, the best books to read—after this article, you'll be the expert.
MindBending AV: iPad-controlled Experimental Displays
This collection of MindBending displays are much more than glorified iPad creations. Instead, the iPad is integrated into the installation, functioning as a part of the overall system, not the forefront of the project. Interestingly, the iPad has taken on the function of a MIDI controller, a tangible interface for a system that exists primarily in a processing program. While the iPad is a physical object, there is very little disconnect between the digital life of the installation and the digital modifications made by the iPad. Ostensibly, the only thing holding the viewer back from access the digital world of these displays is the touch screen on the iPad.
Roland Systems Group Introduces the New AR-3000SD to their Recorder and Player Line
Roland Systems Group announces the Roland AR-3000SD to be part of their line of announcement recorders/players. The new AR-3000SD provides new advanced sound quality and features with expanded compatibility that includes programmable timers, network efficiency, support for multiple playback and control formats, plus support for high quality audio formats up to 24-bit and 96 kHz.
13 AV and IT Pain Points from Your Corporate Peers
We decided we would ask end users, consultants, integrators, product managers and other industry experts we were interviewing for articles for TechDecisions to share some of the pain points they experience during the day. We've gotten a lot of interesting perspectives from people such as Casey Foulds from Texas Woman's University, a few execs from AVI-SPL and AT&T.
TD Integration 2013 Corporate Award Winner
GE's new $40 million, 200,000-square-foot customer information center has cutting-edge A/V topped with a jaw-dropping 58-foot-wide and 7-foot-tall Prysm LPD video wall. The center was built to "wow" both current and potential clients. There are 54 executive offices, boardrooms, training rooms, meeting rooms and other collaborative activities spaces. Crestron and Polycom are just some of the product manufacturers tapped by system integrator Advanced to complete this project.