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Weekly A/V News: Legends Edition

September 14, 2021
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Time to get caught up on all things A/V you might have missed over the last few weeks!

No big deal, just one legend talking about another group of legends (and using a Shure MV7 to do it!) while being interviewed by another legend.

If someone is performing on the world’s biggest stages, it’s a safe bet that there’s an Allen & Heath dLive mixer right there with them.

You can also get that incredible Allen & Heath sound in a very portable package!

 

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Happy birthday to Barco! Barco was established in 1934, and to celebrate they have an online quiz about what also happened that year. We took the test and it… did not go well as well as we would have hoped.

This is a great post from QSC about the difference between max power and long-term power, and how understanding the differences can help you maximize your equipment’s lifespan.

Of course, sometimes you just want all of the power and to get very, very loud. Luckily, that’s something the QSC KLA Line Array speakers are very, very good at.

Use Hosa Tech cables. This is the way.

 

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Hall Technologies is here to help you succeed in the hybrid and remote work environment with their EMCEE200 Multiview Presentation Switcher.

 

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That is a VERY impressive DAS Audio setup. Especially for a town festival.

 

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The brand new AONIC 215 Gen 2 True Wireless Sound Isolating™ Earphones from Shure are absolutely incredible!

 

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Updating your AV system at your house of worship might be stressful, but the right system can drastically improve the experience of everyone involved.

Communicating in a quiet environment can be challenging enough sometimes. Listen Technologies is helping to make it easier to hear each other in loud environments.

Shure is here to explain how Digital Signal Processing can help clean up your video conferences and make meetings more productive.

That’s it, you’re all caught up! See you next week!

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