The 66th episode of AVWeek features guests Brad Grimes
from InfoComm, Adrian Boyd
, and Andrew Robinson
of Home Theater Review.
On this week's show the panel discusses the value of manufacturer's training. They also talk about the struggles facing the big three Japanese CE companies: Panasonic, Sharp and Sony. In other overseas news, what would it mean if Foxconn built LCD TVs in the US? The crew chats about Logitech getting into the VC market, and ends with the question, what does AV have to do with HIPAA? ...
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