Interview with Crestron: AV over IP and the future of...

Hurrairah bin Sohail, editor of InAVate APAC, chats with Joel Mulpeter about the company’s latest generation of Digital Media, NVX; Crestron’s AV over IP solution, which delivers 4K video over 1Gb Ethernet.



K-array speakers deliver audio at Pyeonchang Winter Olympics...

The Gangneung Oval Ice Arena hosted the figure skating and short track racing competitions for the 2018 Winter Olympic Games being held in Pyeongchang, Korea. K-array speakers have been chosen to provide audio at the venue.



Lighthouse reveals what’s behind strong display contrast

Sam Cook from Lighthouse outlines the company’s algorithm that enhances black and white on its LED displays to create a strong contrast and deep blacks.



Why line arrays are not a fit for cinema

Compared to other areas of professional sound, cinema sound presents a fairly controlled set of circumstances. With this in mind, QSC examines whether line arrays are the best loudspeaker type for cinema applications of if other contenders are more suited to the job.


Cabling for modern AV

Attention to even the slightest detail is a hallmark of professionalism. In this white paper, Crestron examines how choosing the right cabling for signal transport can help AV professionals avoid headaches and troubles further down the line.


Network scalability for enterprise

In this white paper, AMX discusses the benefits of centralised remote management of networked AV equipment and building systems. Software features in current platforms can give management the ability to monitor key metrics and scale their network accordingly.


Using a ‘DMZ’ for secure collaboration

In a connected world where information is transmitted over IP networks, security becomes a key concern. Lars Duziack from Kramer talks about how a secure ‘DMZ’ can be setup with the network while using VIA for collaboration to provide additional layers of security and removal for your...

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