Tuesday, September 4, 2012

The Enright Company Roadshows Are Back

Join us for one of our biannual roadshows coming your way again this fall.

Sept 19 – Cerritos Sheraton (LA/OC line)
Oct 9 – Doubletree Burlingame (SFO)
Nov 6 – Fiesta Inn, Tempe (Phoenix) AZ
All are 10AM-3PM

Two (2) hour sessions of Vaddio Easy USB Training will also be held at 10AM and 1PM featuring the hottest new technology in USB enabled cameras and audio. This course offers .5 RU credits for InfoComm CTS. Free of charge, experts from Vaddio will explain the world of cameras and accessories which plug directly in the PC and utilize soft codecs.

Full details here.

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Vaddio says: We Are Not a Videoconferencing Company

A funny thing has happened to Vaddio ever since we announced our EasyUSB products, people have started to call us a video conferencing company. We first started hearing it in Vegas at the "Future of Video Conferencing" seminar that Elliot Gold has done for years. Since then it has gone from a couple of comments to a daily occurrence. In fact, Sally Blank, our international channel manager, was in Australia at a show with our local distributor and the local Polycom rep called her a competitor and wanted her to compare specs. She was dumbfounded and didn't even know how to address such a crazy idea that Vaddio could be a video conferencing vendor. Well I am here to tell you that "We are not a Video Conferencing Company" Damn It!!! We have been called all kinds of sleazy, low down, nasty, dirty things over the course of Vaddio's history, but a video conferencing manufacturer? Come on now, everyone knows that we are that cute little camera company in Minnesota that makes cameras and camera control systems. We believe in Peace & Love and a healthy serving of granola every day and as a result we play well with all manufacturers of PTZ cameras systems. Our PTZ cameras are designed be used with any video conferencing system and we LOVE them all equally.

So here is my confusion, everyone knows that a video conferencing manufacturer sells codecs, you know those little black boxes that cost a pile of cash to purchase and then another pile of cash to maintain. The same black boxes that have a planned obsolescence life cycle that started the moment you bought yours and installed it. And don't get me started about integrating the black box because the black box does not play well with others, PERIOD. They would much rather have you use their control systems, their cameras, their microphones, carts, mixers, cables, batteries and any other office products that they can sell you in the room. For years now, since the early days of CLI and PictureTel video conferencing, manufacturers have been telling us that the black boxes rule and the rest of the AV industry should just drool over them. And if we are really lucky and willing to fork over bushels of hard cash they just might make us a dealer providing we pledge our first born child and all control over sales to our customers. Well, if Vaddio really is a video conferencing company then show me the box, you know, that little black Vaddio codec box. I hate to disappoint you but you will not find one. Nope, there is not one to be found anywhere. Ok, I have one disclaimer "I did own a black box in the 70's that I used for rolling papers & a herbal substance but I didn't inhale". Outside of that we are clean, none to be found anywhere. So if we aren't the "Next Big Thing" well then what is? I think it is PC's. Personal Computers, you know those things we all love to hate but heaven help us if they ever go down. Computers are the "Next Big Thing" in AV, they create our content, their networks distribute that content, and we watch that content on them. Broadcasting has seen firsthand what the power of a PC can do to change a industry, from production to post everything, is designed for a PC work flow and what use to be very expensive black boxes are now a software applications running on PCs. So if broadcasting changed to a PC centric world, what's to say that AV doesn't do the same. My friends, I believe that those tail lights that are passing us by right now as we breathe it's green carbon neutral smoke are the PC applications that our customers are running and you know they will not slow down just because we don't understand them.

Since the demise of film and the birth of Power Point our industry has always been driven by the content that our customers adopt and then want to present, Hardware video conferencing which at one time was very complex and difficult at best, is now being replaced by these warm, fuzzy, easy to use soft codecs that happen to be free in a lot of cases. Free has always had a big impact on customer adoption just ask YouTube what free has meant for web based video content. In an interesting parallel between YouTube and soft codecs, the big dig on YouTube early on was that the video quality would never be good enough for corporate America. Go ahead and try to find a US Corporation that is NOT on YouTube these days.

So let's get back to talking about my favorite subject, Vaddio. We have always been a customer focused company that only builds what our customers want to buy. Our customers for the last two years have been asking us for a HD USB PTZ camera that they could use with these new soft codecs. They wanted it to be broadcast quality and have all of the normal inputs and outputs and control capabilities that a professional AV product would have. So we did just that, we built an HD USB PTZ camera that they integrate into their soft codec room designs. At the same time we were developing the camera we realized that the quality of USB microphones was ok for a desktop but not at all good enough for a room system. This led us to develop a true USB microphone system. Not a speakerphone with a USB jack, but a high quality WideBand echo cancelling microphone system that has discreet microphones and two twenty watt amps to drive whatever speakers the integrator desires for that project. We also upped the ante with the AV Bridge, which was designed for those integrators that REALLY want to integrate. Now the integrator can choose all of the equipment they want to use from any manufacture they like. The AV Bridge takes the Video & Audio outputs of those glorious AV devices of your choosing and encodes them into a USB stream that you can plug into the computer of your choosing. And in addition to AV inputs there is a control port (both RS232 & Ethernet) so you can use your favorite Crestron control system with it as well.

Well, I hope I have pleaded our case that Vaddio is not a video conferencing vendor, but we are still just that cute little camera company in Minnesota that makes cameras and camera control systems.

Friday, May 4, 2012

Casio Lens Calculator Now Available

Now available on our website is the new " CASIO LENS CALCULATOR" application.
The application can be accessed on both casioprojector.com and casio.com on each model page.

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Vaddio Introduces Thirteen New Products

Thirteen, count them, thirteen new products introduced to us at the Vaddio national rep sales meeting in Las Vegas last month. Vaddio is a stellar company with real vision. USB cameras, wireless, new versions of AutoTrak and Squiggle. Be sure to ask your rep to update you on all that's new from Vaddio.

Saturday, April 28, 2012

Wireless Connection Now Mac Compatible

Effective with the launch of the new slim models  all USB enable CASIO projectors can now be connected wirelessly to both MAC and Window s computers.  Mac users can download "wePresent for Mac" from the CASI O support site or using this link: wePresent.  wePresent does not ship with the USB enable projectors and is compatible with the XJ-A246, XJ-A256, XJ-A146, XJ-M145,XJ-M155, XJ-M1245, XJ-M255, XJ-ST145, XJ-ST155, XJ- H1650 and XJ-H1750. The projector serial number must be  supplied to download the program file. Now Mac Users can enjoy the same wireless connectivity as PC users!

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Enright Demo Room News

We’re pleased to announce that manufacturing partner RGB Spectrum is now at the core of our permanent showroom/demo facility. Located at our home office in Santa Ana, this industry resource is available to our integrators, manufacturers, and consultants.

Products from virtually all Enright represented manufacturers including RGB Spectrum, Vaddio, Liberty, Polycom, Casio, Brightline, Hall Research, Forbes AV, NCast, Tightrope, GPO and others will be available in the showroom at all times in a fully integrated working system.

The MediaWall line of processors is utilized for display arrays of projectors or flat panel cube design. Real time performance is delivered uninterrupted, at full frame rate regardless of input resolution.

Delivering a true “out-of-the-box” experience with the MediaWall line, a Linux based system means no Windows updates, Anti-Virus or slow re-boot time. Effortless WCP (Windows Control Panel) makes configuring your layout extremely simple on a browser based platform, meaning even a mobile browser can access the configurations for ease of use.

Demo Room Highlights:
  • Video display management is being handled by RGB Spectrum’s MediaWall 2900 and Linx
  • 1000. These units replaced a previously installed Quadview HDx Multi View display.
  • Single camera video system is provided by a Vaddio ClearVIEW HD-19, controlled via a CCU
  • Image Controller with a TeleTouch 22” HD screen.
  • Digital Signage from a Tightrope Carousel Solo 230.
  • Streaming & lecture capture from NCast Telepresenter M4.
  • Cat5 extenders and VGA switching from Hall Research.
  • Lamp-free digital projection provided by a Casio XJ-H1750 with a Vutec screen.
  • All cabling solutions were provided by Liberty Wire & Cable.
Call now to schedule your appointment to use this new facility!

For more information, contact:
Adrian Torres: 714-838-1900

Monday, April 23, 2012

Adrian Torres Joins Southern California Sales Team

Adrian Torres is in sales in the Southern CA region for our firm. Adrian grew up in the Long Beach area and was with a major AV manufacturer, Disney and a pro sound distributor before joining us. He will specialize on the command/control and videowall industry for The Enright Company. You can reach Adrian by email here.

Sunday, April 22, 2012

New Enright Rep in Northern California

Jason Housel has joined the Enright team as our Northern CA and Northern NV man. A graduate of Boise State, Jason was with a major integrator in the region prior to our firm. Based in the Sacramento area with his family, Jason was very active in sports coaching and was an assistant to congressmen in past lives. Contact Jason by email here.

Friday, April 13, 2012

Casio's New Slim Series Spec Sheets

Casio's NEW Slim Series spec sheets are now av ailable for download from the model pages at casioprojector.com as well as the Sellpoint Extranet site.  If you do not have access to the Sellpoint site or if you require new login credentials please contact cpalmieri@casio.com.

Friday, February 10, 2012

Enright Company's Six City Road Show Tour Is a Wrap!

The Enright Company, www.enrightcompany.com, manufacturers’ representatives serving commercial AV/IT integrators and consultants in CA, AZ, NV and HI since 1985, just completed their six-city road show tour.  Entitled the Enright Company Sojourn Road Shows, top manufacturers showed new technology at these very successful expos and luncheons.

Manufacturers include: Vaddio, Polycom, Liberty AV Solutions, Brightline, Casio, RGB Spectrum, Hall Research, RTI, Orion Images, Visionary Solutions, Tightrope Media, Forbes AV, and Conen exhibited their products at these invitational expos and luncheons.  Venues included: LA/Orange County, San Diego, Sacramento, San Francisco, Las Vegas and Phoenix.

“These events are the absolute best way to get our manufacturers in front of our dealers” said Logan Enright, principal of The Enright Company. All events, held in area hotels, were open to all Enright Company dealers and consultants and over 400 individuals attended the events.
For further information go to www.enrightcompany.com.

Wednesday, February 8, 2012


The Enright Company has joined Vutec, www.vutec.com, for screens and accessories for our Southern Region. Since 1977, Vutec Corporation has designed and manufactured award winning projection screens and AV accessories. Vutec’s state-of-the-art product line includes fixed, motorized, manual and specialty front and rear projection screens. Specializing in home theatre, commercial, educational, and institutional markets. Based in Coral Springs, Florida, Vutec provides its products and services through an expanding global network of authorized dealers and distributors in 87 countries. Vutec holds numerous patents and patents-pending on a multitude of viewing products, including our revolutionary SilverStar™ 2D/3D, Vision X™ and Vutec™ projection screens. For more information, please visit www.vutec.com.

Monday, February 6, 2012

HDBaseT Explained

by Mike Konkle - Intelix Chief Technology Officer

HDBaseT is an exciting and groundbreaking technology, allowing several cables between a source and a destination to be consolidated into a single LAN cable. Furthermore, thanks to robust processing, high-definition signals can be transmitted further and more reliably over twisted pair than ever before.

Is HDBaseT right for every application? No. There are other technologies currently on the market which provide similar capabilities - the Intelix DIGI-HD-COAX, for example, transmits HDMI up to 675 feet (1080i over RG6) over a single coaxial cable and traditional HDMI over twisted pair extenders are great solutions for shorter runs (under 200 feet) - but many installations will benefit from the HDBaseT offering.

There has been some misunderstanding as to what HDBaseT technology is and, just as important, what it is not. Let's take a closer look at this innovative technology.

What HDBaseT Is
The HDBaseT technology was originally created by Valens Semiconductor to optimize video applications and unify the HD digital video, audio, 100BaseT Ethernet, power, and control connections of entertainment devices. In essence, HDBaseT enables a single LAN cable to replace multiple audio-visual cables.

In June 2010, an HDBaseT Alliance was incorporated by leading industry manufacturers, lending credence to the technology and facilitating a far wider adoption.

Fully implemented, HDBaseT provides the following capabilities:

    * Uncompressed video/audio up to 10.2 Gbps. (Full HD/3D and 4K x2K uncompressed video)
    * Maximum cable lengths of 100m, including support of multiple hops, up to 8 x 100m
    * Use of industry standard Cat5e/6 LAN cable
    * Use of a standard RJ45 connector
    * Supplies up to 100W of power (Power over Ethernet)? which can be utilized to power a remote audio-visual device
    * Support for 100Mbps Ethernet
    * Easy installation utilizing existing in-wall Ethernet connectivity (Cat5e/6 & RJ45)
    * USB support
    * HDCP support
    * Networking support (of HDBaseT enabled devices), including extended-range daisy chain and star topologies

These features are enabled through the use of a special encoding algorithm running on a custom designed DSP processor. The processor is essentially the brains behind the technology, inserting or extracting all the various portions of the signal stream - HDMI, Ethernet, IR, etc. Valens puts it simply in the following diagram:

Though the HDBaseT feature list is rich and robust, it is ultimately up to the individual partner manufacture to deploy the portions most relevant to their core audience. Liberty AV Solutions has incorporated into the DIGI-HDE a feature set - HDMI, 3D, IR, RS232, and Ethernet - which directly address the concerns of the AV integrator.

What HDBaseT Is Not
Perhaps the most misunderstood issue surrounding HDBaseT is Ethernet, both in terms of transmission and deployment. HDBaseT does transmit 100Mbp Ethernet - standard 802.3 Ethernet is transported through the system in the same way that the HDMI or RS232 signals are. The signal is inserted into and extracted from the stream (and ultimately the DSP processor) through a standard LAN cable. This is a capability of the hardware.

On the flip side, the HDBaseT signal is incompatible with standard Ethernet LAN switches and routers. Proper deployment requires devices designed for HDBaseT integration.

That said, products which properly deploy HDBaseT technology - such as the Intelix DIGI-HDE- do act as a tunnel for standard Ethernet traffic. Specifically, the transmitted Ethernet signal portion of the stream is compatible with network switches and routers.

One way to think of it is as a cable bundle with a separate RJ45 connector for the Ethernet connection. Ethernet is fed into the HDBaseT transmission device (Intelix DIGI-HDE transmitter) and extracted from the HDBaseT receive device (Intelix DIGI-HDE receiver). Once extracted, the Ethernet signal can be sent through switchers, routers, or any other standard LAN device.

Intelix DIGI-HDE
The Intelix DIGI-HDE extender set is an exciting new product and the first by Liberty AV Solutions to leverage HDBaseT technology to transmit HDMI, Ethernet, bi-directional IR and RS232 over a single twisted pair cable up to 300 feet. Furthermore, this innovative solution supports 1080p, 4K x 2K, and 3D video.

Intelix has been a recognized and respected brand for twisted pair and coax transmission solutions for over a decade. Extensive HDMI experience led to the introduction of the DIGI-HD-COAX, the industry's first HDMI over RG6 extender solution. The HDBaseT protocol provides an innovative method for HDMI distribution - one that expands transmission capabilities, distances and bandwidth, while delivering flexibility and ease-of-use for installers.

In addition, the following design features were incorporated with the professional integrator in mind:

    *     Built-in HDshak processing
    *     HDCP compliant
    *     HDMI v1.4 compliant
    *     Built-in surge protection up to 16 kV
    *     Diagnostic LEDs
    *     Durable metal chassis
    *     Built-in mounting system

These features along with crucial HDBaseT capabilities make the Intelix DIGI-HDE perfect for digital signage, residential, retail, hospitality, education, government, house of worship, and transportation applications. Planned release date is September 1. 

Intelix is a wholly owned division of Liberty AV Solutions (www.libav.com) and both of course are represented by The Enright Company.

Friday, February 3, 2012

Why Digital Signage?

by Gunter Woodson - Tightrope Media Systems

Once you start paying attention, digital signage systems are everywhere. Since joining Tightrope Media Systems (www.trms.com) and managing a digital signage dealer channel, I’ve noticed them at airports, hotels, schools, retail establishments and restaurants.  Actually, they seem to be omnipresent. When I see the systems in action, I like to think about the features the system offers and how it is meeting the needs of the customer.  But who is the customer and what vertical market are they in?

For starters, the consumer can be practically anyone in any vertical market.  Take a school for instance.  The customer (let’s say the viewer of the signage in this case) could be a student or the faculty.  Heck, it could even janitorial staff or visitors to the school.  The wonderful thing about digital signage is that you can target multiple different groups.  Say you want to communicate specific and relevant information to the students or you want to let the faculty know some new policies.  Just put the appropriate information on the screens where they will be viewed by the target audience, and BOOM, you have given the correct information to those that need it.  There is confusion everywhere so why would you not want to erase that confusion with applicable information?

Tightrope Digital Signage
But often the trick can be maintaining the content that goes the screens.  The worst piece of digital signage that you could ever think about purchasing is one that is difficult to use.  One that has a clunky interface where users might become a little intimidated.  For 14 years at Tightrope, one of our goals has been to make the easiest solution to use.  We want less technical people like secretaries, volunteers, and students to maintain the system.  If they can and are excited to do so, they will create the dynamic content that draws people to the screen and communicates the needed information.  After all, this is why you want digital signage in the first place, right?  Dispelling the chaos with appropriate information makes everything run smoothly.

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Brightline in the News

Brightline i-Series featured in November issue of AV Technology

The i-Series, a sleek, energy-efficient LED fixture from Brightline, www.brightlines.com,  is scalable to virtually any monitor. Cool-to-the-touch, the i-Series fixtures make it easy to look your best on camera, allowing individuals to conference remotely without sacrificing critical visual details.

The many non-verbal communication nuances of facial expression and eye contact are critical to effective communications. The i-Series enhances visual clarity, thereby increasing the readable content within a video image and raising the engagement level of participants in the conference

For more information on the i-Series and all of Brightline's videoconference lighting solutions go to www.brightlines.com.

Monday, January 30, 2012

Polycom Training Opportunities

Polycom's Q1 Channel Sales Instructor Led Training Schedule

Polycom has released the Q1 2012 schedule for its Polycom University Instructor Led training courses. Attendance at instructor-led courses is based on the successful completion of prerequisites which will be provided after registration. Courses include:

 *   Polycom/Microsoft Integration Technical Solution Training
 *   RealPresence Infrastructure Technical Training - Intermediate (formerly Infrastructure Pre-Sales Technical Training)
 *   VoIP Solutions Pre-Sales Technical Training

Visit Polycom University for more information, dates, locations and to register.

Friday, January 27, 2012

Polycom and IBM Have Teamed To Deliver US Solutions

Polycom and IBM have teamed to deliver UC solutions that enhance IBM's social business applications. Through IBM Sametime(r), communication and collaboration become more streamlined as IM, presence, voice, video, and web collaboration are accessed from within business applications and social business platforms such as IBM Connections. The Polycom RealPresence(tm) Platform extends social business integration beyond the desktop, providing a rich conference experience, while connecting conference rooms and desktop users seamlessly.

To enable customers to take full advantage of Polycom UC solutions for IBM environments, Polycom has created discounts on RMX 1500 and RMX 2000 bundles to jump start Polycom and IBM deployments.

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Vaddio Regional Training Program Launched

Regional and online product training courses will be offered beginning January 1, 2012, in addition to the existing Camera Tracking Training classes. Vaddio (www.vaddio.com) Technical Trainer, Scott Rolfes, will conduct in-depth training on design, engineering, installation and techniques for integrating Vaddio equipment into a variety of applications. In addition, Bernadette Yard, Marketing and Training Coordinator, will also teach a sales and marketing curriculum.

“We understand the importance of training our dealers out in the field,” explained President of Vaddio, Rob Sheeley .“And we know how difficult it is to travel to get the training you need. We are committed to offering the training and education to our dealers in the field so they can easily and effectively integrate our solutions into their designs.”

To schedule a Vaddio training course please contact your local rep or go to www.vaddio.com/training. For more information or details please contact Bernadette Yard at (763) 971-4466 or by email at byard@vaddio.com.

Monday, January 23, 2012

Polycom RealPresence™ Mobile Brings HD Collaboration to Tablets

PLEASANTON, CA (June, 2011) - Polycom, www.polycom.com, goes mobile with first enterprise software solution for Apple, Motorola Mobility, and Samsung Tablets that lets users enjoy HD Video Collaboration from anywhere.

Polycom® RealPresence Mobile is a new, free-to-download software solution that extends video collaboration beyond the office and conference room to your Apple iPad 2, Motorola XOOM and Samsung Galaxy Tab.

Now you can use a tablet to connect and collaborate with colleagues, partners, customers, students, patients – anyone, anywhere, anytime with HD audio, video and content-sharing.
·    Free yourself from the office and conference room
·    Stay connected with a single communication stream
·    Make multipoint calls whether you’re within the firewall or roaming
·    Take charge by taking video conferencing with you wherever you go

Delivering Polycom video to mobile platforms is a key component of the company's recently announced software strategy to bring secure HD video collaboration to the broadest range of business, video, mobile, and social networking applications.

"RealPresence Mobile is a significant step toward achieving our vision to make it possible for millions of people to use video collaboration as their preferred method of communicating – easily, reliably, and securely – no matter what network, carrier, protocol, application, or device they use," said Andy Miller, president and CEO of Polycom. "I've met with a hundred customers the past few months, and nearly every executive I talk with is looking to embrace mobility and tablets to improve business productivity. Customers who have seen our mobile applications running on Apple, Motorola, and Samsung tablets are truly inspired by the possibilities Polycom is enabling by extending video collaboration beyond the traditional boundaries of the conference room and desktop."

Now, whether in the field or on the road, in an airport lounge or working from home, or wherever business leads, customers can use a tablet to connect and collaborate face-to-face with colleagues, customers, partners, and suppliers. RealPresence Mobile allows customers to leverage Polycom's UC infrastructure to harness the benefits of video collaboration, increase the industry's highest ROI even further, and unleash the powerful network effect of HD video collaboration.

Drivers of the Visual Mobile Society
The network effect is already spreading video to the masses as human culture and technology becomes increasingly visual. The latest generation has been raised on video and social connectedness – 3 billion YouTube videos are streamed daily.1 Within this context, it's not surprising that video conferencing is also on the rise. UC and video collaboration is increasingly recognized as a mission-critical capability for businesses and a solution that pays for itself within months by reducing travel expenses while improving teamwork, collaborative decision making, organizational productivity, and employee and customer engagement.

About Polycom
Polycom is the global leader in standards-based unified communications (UC) solutions for telepresence, video, and voice, powered by the Polycom RealPresence platform. The RealPresence platform interoperates with the broadest range of business, mobile and social applications and devices. More than 400,000 organizations trust Polycom solutions to collaborate and meet face to face from any location for more productive and effective engagement with colleagues, partners, customers and prospects. Polycom, together with its broad partner ecosystem, provides customers with the best TCO, scalability, and security – on-premises, hosted or cloud delivered. Visit www.polycom.com or connect with Polycom on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

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Friday, January 20, 2012

Polycom Provides Broadest Range of UC Solutions Interoperable with Microsoft(r) Lync(tm), including Polycom(r) HD Video and Voice(tm) Solutions

PLEASANTON, Calif. - Dec 05, 2011 : Polycom, Inc. (Nasdaq: PLCM), the global leader in standards-based unified communications (UC), today announced that it has expanded interoperability with Microsoft(r) Lync(tm) to additional Polycom SIP-based wired and wireless voice products. Polycom also announced the availability to order the Polycom(r) CX7000, the first room video collaboration solution custom-built for full integration with Microsoft(r) Lync(tm), the UC platform that unites voice communications, IM, and audio, video, and Web conferencing. The Polycom CX7000 is the first video collaboration solution to be qualified by Microsoft as "optimized for Microsoft(r) Lync(tm)." In addition, Polycom is testing Polycom(r) RealPresence(tm) Immersive room systems for Microsoft(r) Lync(tm) interoperability. The announcements made today offer customers a broad set of choices - more than 40 systems.

Thursday, January 19, 2012

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