On this episode of AVNation.tv's AVWeek, guests George Tucker
from World Stage and Bill Brown
of Ideas for AV join host Tim Albright
to discuss Crestron getting into the Microsoft Lync game. In addition, camera-maker Red is suing Sony for getting into the 4K game. Later, they ponder if it's time to lobby the HDMI Consortium for a Pro HDMI standard. The BBC asks if 3D is done, and the group discovers a sort of preventative maintenance for residential....
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