From 4K compression to speed learning, Harman promises an immersive experience at ISE 2016

posted on Tuesday, 26th January 2016 by David Slater

Residential  Commercial  ISE 2016  AMX 

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Harman is promising to demo an immersive world of real life solutions and environments on its ISE booth. From professional audio to control systems, attendees will see the latest products from a range of Harman brands, including AKG, AMX, BSS, Crown, dbx, DigiTech, JBL, Lexicon, Martin, Studer and Soundcraft, working in a range of settings – boardroom, classroom, hospitality lounge or nightclub. 

Products making their European debut include the JBL Contractor Series Speaker, AKG MicroLite Microphone Solution, JBL PD-500 loudspeakers and new retractable AMX G5 Modero X Series Touch Panel. Harman’s AMX SVSI technology will be used for a live ‘Visually Lossless 4K’ demonstration featuring a side-by-side comparison of 4K video and compressed 4K video, using SVSI encoders/decoders. Supplementing the main booth activity will be ‘speed-learning’ sessions, which will be conducted by subject matter experts from Harman Professional Solutions, and guest presenters. 

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Harman Luxury audio products are distributed by Karma-AV. For more stories about Karma-AV’s product range, visit our partner page here.

David Slater

David Slater started his writing career with SVI writing a popular column, he has also guested on publications like Home Cinema Choice and
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