Keeping clients safe with secure audio.
AV industry experts take a stroll through a past that’s surprisingly relevant to the current day.
There’s no disguising it—today’s office space is becoming a noisier place.
“You’ll fit right in” is a promise that Hope Church makes front and center on its website’s homepage.
Prepare for new paradigms. That’s the watchword more than ever in AV, and it’s a philosophy that helped an alert AV consultant recognize a game-changing project when it crossed his desk.
Its scope was ambitious, but the project was also spiraling out of control in terms of cost and complexity, while still failing to meet the basic goals and expectations of the company’s CTO.
One space, two sound systems—that was the AV integration plan at Brunswick United Methodist Church (BUMC) in Crystal, MN.
Content may be king, but it would have little over which to rule without the advent of Akamai.
What’s more intelligent—you, or the space you’re currently occupying?
Startups may have plenty of pizzazz, but there’s no shortage of inventive energy at established companies either.
When it comes to AV integrators’ approach to the house of worship (HOW) market, size absolutely matters.
The speed of sound is no joke—no matter what the frequency, those waves are streaking towards you at 768 miles per hour.