Every year, there's tons to see at InfoComm, and the 2011 edition was no exception to the rule. Between new products being released, new technologies being touted and a new, optimistic outlook for the industry's future that was shared by the thousands of attendees, there was a lot to take in. Here's just a few of the sights around the floor of this year's InfoComm.
Mark Andersen of Bosch shows off the company's Plena Economy mixer amplifier.
HK Audio showed its Elements modular sound reinforcement system, combining line array technology with the portability of ultra-compact P.A. Shown is James Sajeva, U.S. HK Audio product manager.
Outline introduced the iSM line of powered stage monitor speakers, which feature Outline’s iMode technology for parameter control via a web browser and an LED array on both sides of each cabinet for clear visual information as to the status of the main parameters or selected presets. Pictured (l-r): Outline VP Thomas Bensen and president Giorgio Biffi.
Rick Kamlet, senior marketing manager for commercial installed sound at Harman’s Loudspeaker Business Unit, announced the upgrade of JBL’s CBT Series (Constant Beamwidth Technology) column loudspeakers, with the inclusion of new brackets that not only allow adjustment of up/down tilt, but also allow adjustment of the side-to-side aiming.
Robert Lowig, sales manager, beyerdynamic, holds a close-up of the patented Scudio technology, which is said to prevent radio interference and is featured in the new Classis series of gooseneck microphones.