Digital audio networking products are increasingly being designed for flexibility.
For microphone manufacturers and the sales outlets and integrators who support them, smaller houses of worship offer tremendous opportunities.
In-ceiling speakers have been around for decades, of course. But as with all things AV, technological innovations have given the category something of a boost in recent years.
Held in Anaheim Jan. 24 to 27, the NAMM Show 2019 is scheduled to feature more than 250 pro audio sessions dedicated to every aspect of production.
Immersive, 3D, or spatial audio systems—label them as you wish—are hardly new. But 2018 is beginning to feel like the year that immersive audio will go mainstream.
March, 2019 will see Canada follow in the U.S.'s footsteps as it auctions off its 600 MHz spectrum—but pro-audio wireless users there have not been forgotten.
Allen & Heath unveiled its dLive C Class range of compact Surfaces and MixRacks at the beginning of 2017, making the platform more widely available to AV, installation, and live event applications.
But with new legislation passing, like New York City’s new requirement for hearing loop technology, there’s a lot of opportunities for integrators to install assisted listening devices.
You would have to have been hiding under the proverbial rock to have missed the fact that virtual reality is becoming a big deal.
Multi-platinum-selling, Grammy Award-winning band Switchfoot recently wrapped up its 10-week Looking for America Tour with Grammy-nominated alt-rockers Relient K co-headlining all 51 shows.
The AV and IT industries have developed separate cultures over time, but as the disciplines converge, they increasingly have to work together. Can they get along?
Telemedicine has come a long way since the days when two-way radios and telephone lines enabled doctors to provide healthcare to patients at distant locations.
Bose Professional is unveiling its new line of Bose PowerShare adaptable power amplifiers at InfoComm 2016.