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Blustream Wins Multiple Connected Magazine AV Awards in Australia

Leading AV distribution innovator Blustream today announced that its growing product portfolio continues to garner international industry praise. Most recently, the company dominated Connected Magazine’s Most Popular Awards 2022, as voted on by its integrator readership. These award wins follow Blustream’s rapid US growth after being introduced to the market in 2020.

“Blustream was founded on the mission of delivering AV distribution without compromise,” said Martyn Shirley, Blustream’s General Manager. “Our good, better, and best product offerings give integrators the right solutions to fit their specific project and budget needs. For several years, we’ve topped Connected’s Most Popular Awards, and this year was no exception — an honor that continues to fuel our passion for developing the best AV distribution solutions available.”

Blustream took the number one spot in several AV categories within Connected’s Most Popular Awards 2022. Over 500 people cast their votes in almost 60 different categories this year.

Readers selected Blustream as the leader in the following categories:

  • Audio: Audio embedder
  • Video: Video processor
  • Video: Video scaler
  • Video: 4K video extender
  • Infrastructure: HDBaseT extender kit
  • Infrastructure: AV over IP

The company also moved into second place for Audio: Speaker cabling/Interconnects; Control: Multi-room AV distribution; and Communications: Presentation/Collaboration tools. It also ranked third for Infrastructure: Matrix switcher and HDMI cabling categories.

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