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One of the more important skills in our line of work is the ability to recognize nuances in the human experience as it intersects with technology. Further, one kicks that skill level up a notch by making correct correlations of that experience to technical determinations that ultimately resolve a particular need. The inverse is also […]

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AV Project Overachievers

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In a perfect AV world, a consistent work effort put into a project would net a consistently (and proportionate) successful outcome. Unfortunately, beyond what can be attributed to Murphy, some projects seem to be resource drains until they finally make it to completion. But with this being a new year and all, lets not focus […]

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A Mouse Ate My Woofer

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By Greg Bronson, CTS-D …Or so it seems, anyway. Last winter, my weekend “regular activities” were interrupted to troubleshoot the loss of low frequencies from the left speaker of my home workshop stereo system.  While I tried to initially ignore it — figuring the several-year-old transplant of an Altec Lansing woofer in these particular cabinets […]

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What’s Next?

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Just try and find a June ProAV publication that doesn’t talk about Infocomm 2010.  Not to mention actually being there (or lamenting the decision to not be) yourself!  Whether a “newbie,” or seasoned attendee, if you’re seeking communication on products that communicate; Infocomm’s show provided no shortage of news to consume.  And, for good reason […]

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What’s Yours?

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This month’s topic is a bit personal; but no worries, it’s not that personal.  Actually, the full title should be: What’s your test media?  Of course there is no right or wrong answer; it’s a matter of personal taste and often seems to default to what ever is handy.  Sure, in the grand scheme of […]

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