Category Audio distribution

Here’s Where Financial Institutions Go for Reliable AV and Video Communications

A new video on AVI-SPL’s YouTube channel speaks to those working in finance, and their need for quality communication systems. It’s the latest in a series designed to let people know we understand the challenges of their industry and work hard to give them the systems and support they need to work smarter.

Watch the newest production below, and then check out our videos for sectors like healthcare, government, and education. If you’re feeling inspired to get in touch with us and make your planned project a reality, contact our team at 866-559-8197 or sales@avispl.com. You can always explore our success stories at www.avispl.com/case-stories.

The New Era in AV Control

Working with our experts affords me the opportunity to appreciate how talented they are, and how dedicated they are to their profession. In this case, I’m thinking of David Thorson, AVI-SPL’s senior manager of programming architecture.

David has spoken before about what companies should expect from an AV system and how they can protect their investment. In the paper “Simpler, Automated, IT-Friendly: The New Era in AV Control,” he explores advances in AV programming and what AVI-SPL is doing to make sure users of all experience levels can easily make use of a room’s AV and video.

Find out where AV programming is today and what that means for businesses that rely on audiovisual systems.

Download David’s look at the new era in AV system control.

Webinar Recording: Explore the Science of Sound

In this AVI-SPL webinar presented by Biamp Systems’ Mike Bucklin, you’ll learn what sound is, how we hear, and how the understanding of sound’s properties affects the design of audio equipment for areas like conference rooms. This engaging recording describes how sound affects us, and how acoustics, noise, and microphone placement are interrelated with regard to intelligibility.

Review “Sound Matters” >

About the presenter

Mike Bucklin manages Biamp Systems’ operations in Southern California and Southern Nevada. Prior to joining Biamp, Mike spent 13 years in consulting and integration, bringing with him a wealth of direct experience in the integration and design of audiovisual systems.

Webinar, May 28: “Sound Matters,” by Biamp

This Thurs., May 28 at 1 p.m. EST, join us for “Sound Matters” a webinar that explores the importance of sound as it relates to performance in communication environments (meeting rooms, conferencing spaces, classrooms, training rooms, etc.). Biamp’s Mike Bucklin will review what sound is, the differences between hearing and listening, how sound affects us; and how acoustics, noise, and microphone placement are interrelated with regard to intelligibility. He’ll also provide an update on Biamp’s training offerings, including their new VoIP certification training.

Register for “Sound Matters” >

About the presenter

Mike Bucklin manages Biamp Systems’ operations in Southern California and Southern Nevada. Prior to joining Biamp, Mike spent 13 years in Consulting and Integration bringing with him a wealth of direct experience in the integration and design of audiovisual systems.

Webinar Recording: Mixing and Monitoring Solutions

The webinar recording for “Mixing and Monitoring With Studer and JBL” is now available.  Learn how Studer and JBL, two Harman Professional audio brands, make exceptional performance possible with their large-scale mixing consoles and master reference monitors.

Review “Mixing and Monitoring With Studer and JBL” >

About the presenters

Mark Henkin is the Business Development Manager for the Education Market at Harman Professional. A classically trained musician and sound engineer, Mark has worked in a wide variety of audio engineering, production, and performance roles over the past sixteen years, recording over a thousand live and studio performances. Mark is dedicated to providing quality training and sales engineering support to customers throughout the U.S. for Harman Professional and is excited to talk about JBL.

Rob Lewis is Sales Director for Studer U.S., one of the premier large-format digital console manufacturers in the world. For over 20 years Rob has been in the professional audio industry, including work as an engineer sound assistant, for which he worked on over 30 albums, including one nominated for a Grammy. Today, Rob is committed to bringing to clients some of the most technically advanced professional audio mixing consoles in the world.