This episode of AVWeek features Michael Drainer of Sennheiser, and Matt D. Scott from Omega Audio Video, joining host Tim Albright.
On the radar for the show is the projector market - are we seeing the start of a downward trend or just a blip? Other topics of dicussion include Lutron's wireless lighting control, the AV industry's embracing Ethernet just in time for its fortieth birthday, plus, Vanilla Ice's new lighting line - you read that last part right.
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