Security Automation Sound Services (SASS) installed an Atlona AV over IP solution at the Hilton Greenville to bring AV control on the network.
Bose Professional has added four new pendant loudspeakers—the DM3P and DM5P loudspeakers, the DM6PE outdoor-rated loudspeaker, and the DM10P-SUB subwoofer—to its DesignMax loudspeaker range.
Bose Professional is expanding its loudspeaker offerings with the new AMM multipurpose loudspeaker line.
The Bose Videobar VB1 All-in-One Conferencing Device can now be combined with any Barco ClickShare Conference device, increasing its functionality in conferencing and collaboration environments.
There's a reason the Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 UC were chosen as SCN Product of the Year—they go above and beyond to provide a solid headphone experience.
In a flurry of innovation, industry leaders have been developing new products and solutions to help facilitate a healthy return to corporate and college campuses, hospitality, and more. We reached out to manufacturers to learn about the solutions they’re working on for this new, touch-free world.
AV Technology is hosting a free webinar on the Bose + Sennheiser Touchless Audio Solution on Wednesday, Dec. 2 at 11:00 a.m. ET.
Bose Professional has unveiled the L1 Pro portable line array, the next-generation of its slender PA system technology.
The new normal has proven to be particularly challenging for church leaders who are tasked with bringing parishioners together across a variety of locations, whether in-person or attending virtually from home.
If you haven’t evaluated your conferencing microphone solution recently, you’re almost certainly not getting the best sound possible out of these vital meeting spaces.
Certified for Microsoft Teams and compatible with both Zoom and Google Meet, the Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 UC equip users for collaboration in the workplace.
With meeting rooms at the nerve center of many companies, understanding the shifting use and technical requirements of the workspace is essential. So, what does the future hold for conferencing audio and specification?