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Image Colors Matter – Choose an Inorganic LCD Projector

August 5th, 2016
Image by Hydroflask Today

Image by Hydroflask Today

In a side by side comparison of color display, the Inorganic LCD Projector was far superior to a single chip DLP projector.  This is most noticeable for customers who are creating marketing materials for display use.  Just imagine spending hours on creating a new brand with a variety of colors, handpicked by you and your boss.  Read more »

Making New AV Gear Resolutions!

December 29th, 2015

Audio Visual Communications

Are you planning on hosting an event or meeting in the upcoming New Year? Here are Tony’s top three tips for buying the right audio visual gear:

1. Think ROI.  Spend a little more on the right product to produce the expected results. If you are going to buy a projector, get a native 1080 HD unit, since most content presently being created is in that size [1920 X 1080]. Remember, whether it is presenting your product to your customers or an in-house collaboration, first impressions are powerful.

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Tony’s 2015 Project Highlights – Bend Parks and Recreation District

December 1st, 2015

BendParksandRec

Audio Visual Bend loves the Bend Parks and Recreation District! This is one of our long standing customers. They had been wanting to do an upgrade to high definition video for some time but could not take the leap all at once, so they did so in stages. The first step was to bring in a brighter projector as they found the natural sun light was competing with the projected image. They liked the room bright but they needed the projected image clear enough to be seen by the audience. We installed a high definition ultra-bright Hitachi and a series projector and subsequently, solved their problem. A year later, they indicated a desire to upgrade all of the cabling so that all of their presentations were up-to-date and using only the best in content delivery over High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI).

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