Thank You to all our dealers for our Best Sony Event yet!
The Jarmac Group recently partnered with MRI to bring Sony‘s newest and most exciting line ever to New England AV dealers at our Sony Training and Line Show, and our 2017 event has proving to be our best yet!
On May 9th & 11th, more than 150 of New England’s best AV dealers gathered in CT and MA to attended our events, and the response has been amazing! We experienced a record amount of dealers not only from New England but also Upstate New York! Dealers all reported that the experience was “FIRST CLASS”.
Thank you to all who were able to take advantage of this fantastic opportunity to learn more about what Sony has to offer. We look forward to keeping the momentum strong in 2017.
Ken Johnsen, National CIS Trainer for Sony revealed “pro tricks” for setting up the new OLED & LED TV’s, ES AV Receivers, and Sony‘s award winning line of projectors.
Hideko “Koshi” Igarashi, National Audio Manager gave great information on the ES AV Receiver line. In particular, how to set up and use Sonos integration, 2 zone AV and HDMI switching.
THE BEST product lineup in Sony‘s history was on full display, representing their current state of the art.
This Year’s Event was Bigger and Better than ever!
The 67th Annual RI Home Show returned to the RI Convention Center last week, and Jarmac was there to support Mulholland Audio Video of Seekonk, MA and Flint Audio Video of Middletown & South Kingstown, RI, who highlighted the Sony, Vantage & QMotion brands.
Mulholland Audio Video‘s home show display featured home automation, media rooms, audio & video, surveillance cameras, whole house music for indoor and outdoor living spaces and more!
Powered by the knowledgeable professionals at Flint Audio & Video, the Home Show was proud to present the Home Tech Showcase. The 12-room show house featured an experience designed to educate you on the latest in smart home technology. From lighting, to energy use, to security, to entertainment, exploring what the future has to offer!
CLICK HERE to visit the RI Home Show website.
GoVision sprints into the new year working some of the largest events in the world!
Inauguration Crowds Witness History on GoVision Screens: Let’s not worry how many were actually there … What’s important is that for the fourth consecutive time, GoVision was tasked with providing the massive LED screens for a solemn and historic ceremony celebrating the peaceful transition of power.
When Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th President of the United States on Jan. 20, he was flanked by two 19’ x 33’ G16 mobile LED screens positioned on the steps of the U.S. Capitol. Nine additional mobile and modular screens were set-up in strategic locations around the Capitol to enable the crowds to enjoy a larger-than-life view of the ceremony.
GoVision Scores At Super Bowl LI: The Patriots weren’t the only ones to leave Houston with a smile. Team GoVision also enjoyed a winning Super Bowl Weekend, with all 22 of their mobile units – sporting their newly retrofitted 10mm screens – busy at events across the city.
GoVision Raises the NYE Star for Chi-Town: For the second consecutive year, GoVision helped ring in the New Year in Chicago. The centerpiece of the downtown “Chi-Town Rising” event was a giant Rising Star constructed from LED panels that – rather than dropping like the ball in Times Square – rose 360 feet in the air during the final countdown.
Parades, Pucks and Pigskin: On Jan. 2, GoVision helped the nation celebrate the New Year at the granddaddy of them all, The Rose Parade. Our G6 LED screen, located in the Grandstand area, enabled the massive on-site crowd and television viewers from around the globe to take in the excitement of this breathtaking, internationally acclaimed procession of fanfare and flowers.
Las Vegas Open House Kicks Off New Year: GoVision opened a new office and equipment facility in Las Vegas last July, headed by Account Executive Joe Danczak. The facility – which houses a substantial amount of our state-of-the-art modular and mobile LED inventory, as well as both Sales and Technical/Operations staff – is helping us to better serve GoVision’s clients in the western half of the country.
CLICK HERE for more information on GoVision TV.
Designing system configurations for outdoor landscape audio systems has always been a bit of a challenge. Many integrators design outdoor systems utilizing a “stereo” or two-channel configuration. However, engineers at TDG have developed technology that allows for an all-new system topology that provides for what we call the Infinite Sweet Spot.
But before we get into just how the Infinite Sweet Spot works, let’s first look at the extra challenges that exist when designing systems for outdoor entertainment…
CLICK HERE to read full article on vanguarddynamics.com.
Learn more about Vanguard Dynamics Outdoor Audio solutions, including the ORS-802STT by following this link…
See more on TDG’s portfolio of unique and high-performance technologies here…
If you’re going to install new audio and video equipment at Muscle Shoals Sound it better sound good.
It better look good, too.
Actually, it better look old.
Last year, Muscle Shoals Sound, the famous Sheffield studio where artists including the Rolling Stones, Paul Simon and Staple Singers cut classic tracks, underwent renovations to restore the look to its ’70s prime.
When Muscle Shoals Sound was reopened for tours this January, Muscle Shoals Music Foundation director Bonnie Bak felt adding some A/V would enhance the experience for visitors. And help tell the story of Muscle Shoals Sound. And of the iconic studio musicians who founded it, the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section, better known now as The Swampers, thanks to a shout-out in the Lynyrd Skynyrd song “Sweet Home Alabama.”
CLICK HERE to read full article at al.com.
Séura Adaptive Picture Technology™, patent pending, is available exclusively on Séura Storm Ultra Bright™ Outdoor TVs
Green Bay, Wis. – Today Séura announced a new, advanced outdoor TV feature that is exclusive to Séura Storm Ultra Bright outdoor televisions – Séura Adaptive Picture Technology. The patent-pending technology has 110 picture mode variations that adapt as outdoor lighting conditions change throughout the day and night to ensure the best outdoor viewing experience. Adaptive Picture Technology is the first ever solution that automatically adjusts both backlight brightness and picture settings to create the optimal television viewing experience outdoors.
“Consumers naturally expect their outdoor technology to work the same way their indoor technology works – meaning they don’t even need to think about it…it just works,” said Keegan Coulter, Séura Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
CLICK HERE to read full article on Seura.com
Company’s first 4K Blu-ray will hit market next month
In addition to unveiling nine more 4K LCD TVs, Sony also released more details about its first 4K Blu-ray player and a native-4K ultra-short-throw projector.
4K Blu-ray: The company’s first 4K Blu-ray player hitting the market will be the $299-suggested UBP-X800, in stores in March and followed by the specialist/installer-dedicated UBP-X1000, as yet unpriced.
CLICK HERE to read full article at twice.com.