QSC Unveils SMX Amplifier Line


QSC launched a new amplifier line at InfoComm, dubbed the CMX. The CMX Series is available in four models: the CMX 300V, CMX 500V and CMX 800V, housed in a 2RU chassis design, and the CMX2000V, housed in a 3RU chassis design with power ranges from 185 watts to 2500 watts per channel. All models […]

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NSCA Announces New Board Members


The NSCA Board of Directors recently changed leadership during its annual member meeting in June during InfoComm 2010. Taking over as president of the NSCA Board is Ron Pusey, president/CEO of Communications Specialists, Inc. Additionally, Ingolf de Jong, president of General Communications, Inc., has moved to the vice-president position; Ray Bailey, president of Lone Star […]

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rAVe’s Best of InfoComm Awards


This week, we announced our Best of InfoComm awards in our sister publication rAVe ProAV Edition. As many of you integrate some ProAV systems each year as well as play in the digital signage space, we’d thought you’d like to see the awards. If you’re interested in seeing all the award winning products launched at […]

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2010 rAVe Best of InfoComm Awards: Best Potential New Technology (tie)


WOW Vision’s VEOS. Although not ready for prime time yet (our demo included a handful of glitches), WOW Vision understands the future of meeting rooms. Basically, it’s a wireless server that allows anyone on the network to connect and present (stream) whatever he wants via Wi-Fi to a connected projector (totally wireless). It’s overpriced, at […]

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