On this episode of AVNation’s AVWeek Podcast, Joe Andrulis
from AMX and Nathan Lively of Sound Design Live join host Tim Albright
They discuss the impact of Dell going public on the analog sunset and the end of VGA/HD15. They also talk about IT/AV Convergence and how it’s effecting the industry. In product news, the panel wonders if we are ready for a laser projector from Sony? Plus, why AVB isn’t quite ready for a fight with HDBaseT....
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