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Case Study: VIEW® AV Network Streaming at Unilever Singapore

ClearOne’s Unique Solution to Comb Filtering Issues in a Conference Room

In conferencing situations, it is quite possible that multiple microphones at different distances may gate on for a single person’s voice. Due to the delay time in traveling to the more distant mic, peaks and notches are created in the frequency response of the mixed signal called “comb filtering, “causing a hollow, distant feeling; like sound traveling through a tunnel.View full article   Read More....

Yes, 4K Really DOES Matter!

I recently read an article titled “Does 4K even matter?” It was a good article with some salient points. I would argue that 4K does matter for a variety of reasons; and I agree with the author that 4K is a tool…and the right tool is going to depend upon the job. 4K makes sense when all the parts in the entire system support 4K or when a customer wants to future-proof an installation and install as many 4K-compatible devices as possible in the project.View full article   Read More....

Why Beamforming Technology with Adaptive Steering?

Why remain seated?

Let’s face it, when it comes to most meetings, conferencing etiquette is not a top priority. No matter how much everyone tries, most attendees can’t sit with perfect posture while speaking up; and some may even be a little shy. While there are many ceiling-style microphone solutions to choose from; they are all very different and far from equal.View full article   Read More....

Getting Creative With AV over IP

One of the interesting things about AV over IP is that it offers a unique way to accomplish AV communication goals.  The rules change when your sources and end points are routed over a network; and this offers a great deal of flexibility.  An integrator recently presented some design requirements that allow an advantage with this flexibility.View full article   Read More....

We Have a Facebook Contest Winner!

We know that you’ve been on the edge of your seat waiting in anticipation for the announcement of the winner of the ‘MEDIA COLLABORATION KIT’.

Ladies and gentleman with out further ado, we give you the winner, Colby Cox!!!!View full article   Read More....

Video Walls Cannot be That Simple

It can seem daunting – creating content on such a large canvas for public consumption. Video walls make a huge impression (pun intended) for lobby areas, informative signage, or even retail use. Even with the hardware setup, just configuring the sources to appear as desired can be a time-consuming task… at least until now.View full article   Read More....

Corporate AV Should Be Exceptional

Corporate AV has become ubiquitous in almost every setting, as digital devices seem to be constantly in-hand, and the expectations of immediacy and flexibility in sharing information is driving our business decisions more than ever. Meetings with remote participants have evolved not only to include video with an unfailing audio foundation; but also the flexibility to share content from multiple people— and multiple devices —with an assumed ease-of-use.View full article   Read More....

Huddle Rooms – A New Term For A Classic Concept

The term ‘Huddle Room’ is relatively new…the concept, not so much.

We’ve been equipping spaces used for video collaboration for several years and we’ve seen all it all, from small utility closets outfitted with folding chairs to world class large venues.View full article   Read More....

Volume Control – Who’s the boss?

Many AV installers have multiple systems they run into a single amplifier, using  a single, integrated control system for room volume.  The amp is often one of the longer-lasting pieces of room equipment, and once set, most AV techs know not to “mess” with it.View full article   Read More....