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AVWeek Episode 55: It’s Not A Cookbook

Host: Tim Albright
AVNation Founder

Kevin Iselli from Crestron,
Brad Grimes of InfoComm,
Steve Greenblatt from Control Concepts,
Chris Neto of AV Helpdesk.

Record Date: 08/31/2012

This week the roundtable discusses the future of Sharp now that they appear to be getting out of the display business. What does that mean for the industry and where do they head from here? We discuss the sexiest touchpanel (the AMX Modero) and whether or not there is a market for the tabletop version. As integrators and end users, we need to start concerning ourselves with the various content delivery companies. One to keep your eye on is suddenly Amazon. CEDIA’s members say they expect 12 percent growth during the second half of the year. Do you? Our resident Crestron rep explains what BACnet is and why it’s important. Plus Brad Grimes encourages us who are bound for pasture to start pouring into the young, up and coming AV professionals. Running Time: 1:06:32

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