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Lutron Electronics Introduces an LED Version of its Video Conference Indirect Wash Fixture
Lutron’s new LED Video Conference Indirect Wash Fixture is designed for videoconferencing applications, but it can also be used in areas that could benefit from an indirect, evenly distributed lighting solution.

A/V News from the InfoComm 2013 Show Floor
Frederick J. Ampel, TechDecisions chief A/V advisor, took to the show floor with one goal: to find the best products of InfoComm 2013. His route took him to vendors that showed projectors, speakers, system optimization software and more. Check out the products that caught his attention. Manufacturers include Digital Projection, K-array, Renkus Heinz, Martin Audio, Vue Audiotechnik, and QSC.

Extron Packs DTP Extension into Eight-Input Scaling Presentation Switchers
The HDCP-compliant IN1608 is shipping now.

InfoComm Roundup — Five Audio Product Trends To Watch
Dan Daley takes us through the aisles of InfoComm and identifies the latest audio trends. These trends include touch screens, portable sound, wireless and more. Products that caught his eye includes those made by Alto Professional, Avid, DiGiCo, K-array, Martin Audio, Peavey, Presonus and Sennheiser.

One CTS’s Perspective: InfoComm 2013
Christopher Neto, CTS traveled the show floor on his first visit to see this years exhibitors. He saw quite the cross-section of products, snapped some photos and sent them to us. Whether it is an 84-inch touch screen from Planar or a Crestron room system that uses Microsoft Lync's unified communications capabilities, he pinpointed the vendors to keep an eye on. Vendors include Vaddio, Stewart Filmscreen, Planar, Listen Technologies, Mersive Solstice, Panasonic, Delta, Crestron, ClearOne and Barco.

AMX Pushes Forward with 14 New Product Announcements
AMX showcased both the present and the future this InfoComm with announcements about products newly available June 2013 and a glimpse into the future with a look at what’s waiting backstage for 2014.

SurgeX Ships SEQ-1U Sequencer for A/V and IT Installs
The new product is a smart, slim surge eliminator and power sequencer.

Ampel’s Top A/V Product Picks from InfoComm 2013
InfoComm 2013 didn't disappoint. To Fred Ampel a few products stood out because of either the uniqueness, the introduction of very advanced new technologies or the migration of previously very expensive new technologies into more reasonably priced categories. A 20,000-lumen, Titan Quad 2000 Series from Digital Projection, a snake-like distributed sound application from K-array, Renkus Heinz's new CDT 3 produced sound that was astonishingly lifelike and clean, Martin Audio’s new MLA Mini and QSC Audio Products' CXD Series Processing Amplifiers were among the standouts.

InfoComm 2013 Sets All-time Attendance Record
InfoComm 2013 brought in 35,126 attendees, breaking the previous record of 34,600 that was set in 2008.

AMX Updates Modero Touchpanel, Debuts New Conference Room Automation, Takes RMS to the Cloud
AMX showcased both the present and the future this InfoComm with announcements about products newly available June 2013 and a glimpse into the future with a look at what’s waiting backstage for 2014.

10 Amazing Video Walls at InfoComm 2013
InfoComm 2013 video walls included projection mapping from Christie Digital and Vivitek might top the most memorable aspects of the show, but the amazing video walls on hand will also leave a lasting impression.

Audio Highlights from InfoComm 2013: Notes from the Show Floor
A three-day journey through the audio world at InfoComm 2013. Here are some notes on the most interesting audio products on the floor. Check out news from Atlas Sound, Harman, Innovox, DPA Microphones and more. This article will be updated throughout the show.

Shure Shows New Line of Microflex Wireless Microphone Systems
The system is designed to blend into diverse room setups and is networkable to remotely monitor battery life.

One CTS’s Perspective: InfoComm 2013, Day One
InfoComm 2013 Christopher Neto, CTS traveled the show floor on his first visit to see this years exhibitors. He saw quite the cross-section of products, snapped some photos and sent them to us. Whether it is an 84-inch touch screen from Planar or a Crestron room system that uses Microsoft Lync's unified communications capabilities, he pinpointed the vendors to keep an eye on. Vendors include Vaddio, Stewart Filmscreen, Planar, Listen Technologies, Mersive Solstice, Panasonic, Delta, Crestron, ClearOne and Barco.

A Surprising Buzz at InfoComm 2013
At InfoComm 2013, collaboration products from companies such as Vaddio, Cisco and Polycom were present, but there were many non-traditional companies such as display and screen manufactures that were showing products with collaboration as feature benefit.




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