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Marshall Pro AV Launches Digital Signage Division

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Marshall Electronics has created a digital signage division to service a growing demand for small screens ranging in size from 5 to 22 inches.

The new division will fall under the Marshall Pro AV umbrella and will be headed by Sales & Marketing Manager Perry Goldstein. “When we showed our smaller screens at the Digital Signage Expo we thought we would be buried by huge screens,” recalls Goldstein. “It turns out that a lot of businesses are looking for smaller, tailored solutions, not generic over-sized out of the box flat panels, and Marshall Pro A/V is going to fill that gap.”

According to Goldstein, Marshall Pro AV will offer off-the-shelf and custom-built LCD screens with the most popular sizes falling in the 5 to 10-inch range. Products under Marshall’s Pro A/V umbrella include monitors targeted to retail establishments, Ethernet inputs for networking signage, and a new line of industrial grade LCD monitors with built-in media players that offer an easy, low cost solution for customized digital signage.

“We have an advantage over the large manufacturers in that we can work with customers and design product that fits their needs,” concludes Goldstein. “Whether you need digital signage on a tour bus, inside a yogurt shop or in a hospitality suite, Marshall Pro A/V will be the place to go for affordable, turn-key solutions.”

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