Seen On The Scene: InfoComm 2012

There was plenty going on at InfoComm 2012, from new products being announced to educational offerings to networking (the old-fashioned handshake kind) and more. Powered by excitement about the industry (not to mention plenty of coffee), manufacturers presented their latest and greatest to the AV industry...and we were there to watch.
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There was plenty going on at InfoComm 2012, from new products being announced to educational offerings to networking (the old-fashioned handshake kind) and more. Powered by excitement about the industry (not to mention plenty of coffee), manufacturers presented their latest and greatest to the AV industry...and we were there to watch.

Yamaha's Steve Seable speaks to crowds about the new MTX, XMV, VXS, VXC lines, which comprise Yamaha's new CIS Series for the commercial install market.

EAW's John Speck talks (excitedly) about the next generation of its Avalon by EAW club series.

New Symetrix CEO Paul Roberts discusses taking over from founder Dane Butcher who is now Chairman.

Harman EVP of marketing and sales Michael McDonald extolls his company's adaptation of Dante, advocacy in Washington, and more.

Rik Kirby of Renkus-Heinz introduces its new Varia line array at InfoComm. Also bowing at the show is the RH signature series of 2 and 3-way boxes. Additionally, Iconyx is getting ADB, as will most of the company's products in the future.

dbx enters the personal monitor mixer market with its new PMC.

Jason Baird, director of engineering for Martin Audio, discusses the MLA Compact line array (above him on right).

L-Acoustics bows its new Le Cube - the 5XT. It's tiny—mountable on a mix stand.