TechLogix Expands 18G over Twisted Pair Range
By TD Staff · January 8, 2018 • Compact Extender by TechLogix Networx leverages VLC processing to extend full 18G up to more than 300 feet.
Portable Streaming Devices: Between Three Types, Which Best Fits Your Needs?
By Clete Terrell · December 13, 2017 • If considering a software encoder, the options available are typically good for entry level streaming, since they are comparatively cheap and can run on existing computers.
Cameras for IMAG: Define Goals, Needs of System Through Research
By Jeff Snyder · August 23, 2017 • If you intend to use the live output of a camera for IMAG, you need to make sure that you can properly and efficiently get the signal to the video switcher.
FOR-A to Introduce MV-4300 Multi-Viewer at 2017 NAB
By TD Staff · March 28, 2017 • Unit to be rolled out at NAB will allow customers to configure their own unit with optional input cards SDI up to 12G, DVI-I, HDMI and analog composite.
NEC Display Delivers Four Projectors with Ultra HD Support, Wider Color Space
By TD Staff · January 30, 2017 • New models offer advancements in picture processing, lamp and filter life which reduce downtime, along with lower maintenance costs.
How to Choose the Right Video Switcher For Your Church
By Mark Hanna · August 3, 2016 • Probably the most important question in determining your budget is '“how are you going to use the switcher?'
2016 NAB IMAG Camera Review for Houses of Worship
By Marcus Hammond · April 28, 2016 • Looking for a great entry-level camera for your church, these options featured at NAB from JVC, Sony, Panasonic and Marshall are worthy of consideration.
The Challenges of Interfacing HDMI In the World of Professional Audio/Video
By TD Staff · March 10, 2015 • A whitepaper provided by Worship Tech Director and Kramer offers ways to learn how to overcome the challenges that HDMI presents in a multi-point distributed Audio/Video installation.
TechDecisions Guide to 6 Game Changing, Affordable Multi-format Video Switchers
By Frederick J. Ampel · January 15, 2014 • This guide shows a selection of affordable multi-format video switchers with universal input capability and flexibility needed to handle just about every conceivable format, and also produce outputs to meet almost any display or projection device’s requirements, has become available for well under $10,000. In fact Roland's V40HD lists for $4,495. Each will help you make showing any presentation format possible and at a very low cost compared to even last year.
Connectors — Overlooked Essentials for Building the Audiovisual System
By Ken Erdmann · January 10, 2014 • Connectors are critical pieces of any audiovisual system. Knowing the different pieces is important to your construction plan.
Epson Makes PowerLite 1776W Projector Portable
By Rachel Cericola · November 26, 2013 • The compact option has a WXGA resolution, WiFi support, and the Screen Fit feature.
ASUS Debuts Transformer Book T300 with Detachable Tablet Display
By TechDecisions · November 13, 2013 • Notebook and motherboard maker ASUS has introduced the Transformer Book T300, a 13.3-inch laptop with a detachable full HD display that can be used as a standalone Windows 8 tablet. Transformer Book is powered by a 4th generation Intel Core processor. . .
C2G OneFit AV Simplifies Installation of Audio Video Systems
By Robert Archer · October 28, 2013 • The Midwestern company says its OneFit A/V offers installation professionals a solution that combines control, A/V and other provisions all within a pre-assembled in a plenum-rated Chief mounting box.
Planar Brings Style to Digital Signage
By Robert Archer · September 24, 2013 • Newly announced Simplicity Series of large-format LCDs are designed to provide customers with a selection of easy-to-use and affordable display solutions for digital signage applications.
Hosa Technology Introduces High Speed HDMI Cables
By Robert Archer · September 11, 2013 • Adding to its line of connectivity solutions, Hosa Technology has announced its High Speed Micro HDMI cables.
Latest ResourceFor Lighting Design, What Software Is The Right Match For Your Needs? (Part 3)
Dig into this final part of a three-part series that looks into choices for lighting design software, including Vectorworks and LightConverse, and how each can best serve the needs of your church.