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The numbers don’t lie. Any time you push the envelope you’re bound to run into Murphy’s Law, and that can take you down.
While WAVE carries Chief and Omnimount, the distributor has developed its own mounts under MSTR brand. Next up: HDMI cables with Redmere.
Monster will bring its new Monster DNA headphones to a Guitar Center Music Experience Zone booth and Jam Hub demo station at High School Nation events across the U.S.
Key Digital has named Stampede Presentation Products as a new U.S. and Canadian distributor of its complete line of products, including Compass Control.
Savant has introduced its SmartLink Digital Modules that use HDBaseT to transmit audio and video signals up to 1080p over Cat5e or Cat 6, up to 328 feet. SmartLink is available in 2- and 4-port versions.
Bell'O has designed its latest cabling product, the Digital 5000 Series with compact connectors to make the connection process easier when working in tight spaces.
WyreStorm’s Pro Plus 4x4 HDBaseT 'lite' switch brings one-wire distribution to smaller jobs; beats TMDS/balun solutions in speed, 36-bit deep color quality.
Legrand has introduced its latest line of Cat-5e, Cat-6 and Cat-6a patch cables, and the Penn.-based company says the products surpass the specifications mandated by the telecommunications industry.
The latest A/V product from Vanco is a video switcher that scales analog and digital signals and outputs these signals through two HDMI outputs.
WyreStorm's two new extenders support 4K "Ultra HD" or 1080p with Power over Ethernet, designed to deliver reliable transmission of high-definition audio and video, as well as control and networking signals, over a single Cat5e/6 cable.
Quantum Data’s 980 Protocol Analyzer offers full visibility into the HDMI protocol, metadata, timing, control and auxiliary data.
A look at the 20 technologies that have shaped the CE industry in the last two decades.
Micha Risling of the HDBaseT Alliance is answering common questions about HDBaseT, including everything from installation issues to breaking down the product ecosystem.
Engineers have to play a dangerous balancing act between cost, aesthetics and performance.
Testing for pseudo-random noise pattern, emulation and function during pre-installation and commissioning is a good idea for HDBaseT systems.