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.
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.