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Top Five Conference Room Mic Myths

When a meeting is large enough that not everyone is able to hear all potential talkers in the room, you need to turn to sound reinforcement or audio conferencing technologies.

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13 Mission-Critical Myths

That rarest of rare-breed applications, the command and control center is the progenitor and propagator of all great interconnection between audiovisual sources and displays.

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The One-Button Myth?

As more consumer devices are capable of exchanging information, working together, and leveraging predictive behavior, users are becoming accustomed to smarter solutions that are automated and easy to operate.

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Latency, the Myths and Realities: Part 1

As control rooms become increasingly agile, potential features increase, as do new technical considerations. In the days of analog video and audio, transmission of a wired signal was as fast as electromagnetic waves on a copper wire. There are variables involved, but in many cases, that equates to more than half the speed of light. In nearly all cases, the transmission is perceptibly instantaneous. Processing in the analog domain is essentially just as fast, only serving to slightly lengthen the signal path.