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LCD and DLP Video Projectors, Projector Lamps, Projection Screens etc....
 
Audio Visual Equipment Terminology

An audio visual equipment and repair center can provide a variety of services for your cameras, video cameras, and television sets. However, before contacting an audio visual equipment repair service, be sure you know about about your machine so you can communicate effectively about what you need. Here are some important terms and definitions.

  • Amplifier - An amplifier can be used for musical equipment, such as a guitar, but it can also be present in other electronic devices. The purpose of an amplifier is increase an incoming signal upon output, resulting in greater volume and sound.
  • Equalizer - An equalizer is the tool that evens out any audio or visual signals that may have become distorted within the sound system. An equalizer can be installed within the sound system or used as an external device.
  • Frequency - The term frequency refers to the rate of repetition of cycles in a radio sound frequency. High rates of frequency are referred to as treble, and low rates of frequency are called base.
  • Pixel - A pixel is the smallest point of light within a digital display, such as a computer screen or high definition digital TV. If you're having trouble with a computer screen, for example, a technology specialist may be able to adjust the pixels to fix the problem. A greater number of pixels means a greater screen resolution.
  • Anamorphic - Audio equipment centers also have the tools to fix what are called anamorphic lenses. These are the components within a wide screen television that can create the wider, extended image.
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    National Audio Visual Company
    Duluth, MN 55805
    If you need repairs or replacements for your audio visual equipment in the local Albany area, just call our specialists. Providing top of the line repairs on all of the major audio visual brands.
     
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    Approved Audio Service Inc
    49 Commons Dr, Litchfield, CT 06759
    Stereo service and repair. All major brands. All types of equipment. Factory authorized for McIntosh, Marantz, Yamaha, Adcom, Pioneer, Onkyo, Sony, and more. Specializing in California Audio Labs.
    (860) 567-5801
    Elite Audio Repair
    9 Northview Rd, Hopewell Junctio, NY 12533
    We specialize in quality repair and restoration of high end and vintage audio equipment from vacuum tube to solid state technology.
    (845) 592-2026
    Capital Digitronics Service Line
    264 Bradford St, Albany, NY 12206
    (518) 463-0313
    Capital Digitronics Inc
    264 Bradford St, Albany, NY 12206
    (518) 449-3366
    Norseman Avenue Technology Design
    150 Pleasant St Ste Ll1, Easthampton, MA 01027
    (413) 527-5100
    Aarlington Audio
    488 Freedom Plains Rd Ste 202, Poughkeepsie, NY 12603
    (845) 849-3707
    Electro Specialties-Audio Video
    26 Emperor Ln, Montgomery, NY 12549
    (845) 361-1876
    Audio Visual Services
    1477 Park St, Hartford, CT 06106
    (860) 951-0220
    Rockwell Communications Inc
    321 Burnham St, East Hartford, CT 06108
    (860) 528-9091
    Alltel
    601 N Main St, Brewster, NY 10509
    (845) 278-4400
    Intermed Video Technology Inc
    18 Commerce Rd, Newtown, CT 06470
    (203) 270-9100
    National Video Services
    18 Commerce Rd, Newtown, CT 06470
    (203) 270-0677
    Kvl Audio Visual Services
    100 Berlin Rd, Cromwell, CT 06416
    (860) 635-1600


    Teleconferences and presentations are all made better by quality audio visual equipment. Such equipment, which includes monitors, projectors, screens, and lasers, can utilize state-of-the-art technology to display images and text to large groups of people at a time. This can occur remotely, or as part of a large in-person conference room gathering. Many business people conduct teleconferences utilizing such systems, which can really make or break a presentation. Quality is key, whether the AV is needed at an event, in a movie theater, or as part of a home video experience. Audio visual equipment can be revolutionary, turning images, movies, and presentations into larger than life productions. However, like other pieces of similar equipment, audio visual equipment can break down and require repair. Technicians skilled in repair of AV cameras, projectors, sound components, lamps, and lighting can visit the customer or, if the equipment is mobile, the customer can bring the equipment to the repair site. Sometimes a lamp needs to be replaced, or the screen is ripped. Other times, there are more complicated issues at stake, such as broken devices, such as laser pointers or internal components for conferencing. Or perhaps a part simply needs to be replaced. Whether the problem lies with the design, content controls, recording device or display, professionals with experience fixing audio visual equipment can be called in. Some websites offer troubleshooting advice so if you're the handy type, you may be able to make a few tweaks yourself. If not, seek out qualified AV repair techs online or head to your local computer store for recommendations on area professionals that can provide installation or repair of sound components, projectors, camcorders, or cameras.
     
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