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Martin Audio 6"
In ceiling speaker.
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Samsung 98" 4K Dispaly
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Solstice wireless video device
Connects to iOS and all other devices with ease and NO cables.
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Marshall PTZ Full HD Video Conferencing Camera
with Optical Zoom
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Samsung 98" 4K Dispaly
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Martin Audio 6"
In ceiling speaker.
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RTI / iPad Control
Magnetic charging station, removable from wall.
x
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Sony 77" OLED Television
this is the highest quality picture available.
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3/7
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4/7
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Sony 65" OLED Television
This is the highest quality picture available.
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Brightsign Media Player
for distributuing content.
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Sony 65" OLED Television
This is the highest quality picture available.
x

Brightsign Media Player
for distributuing content.
x
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Sony 65" OLED Television
This is the highest quality picture available.
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Solstice wireless video device
Connects to iOS and all other devices with ease and NO cables.
x

Klipsch Ultra Thin Sound Bar
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In Table HDMI Auto Switching Inputs
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In Table HDMI Auto Switching Inputs
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7/7
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Sony 65" OLED Television
This is the highest quality picture available.
x

Solstice wireless video device
Connects to iOS and all other devices with ease and NO cables.
x

Klipsch Ultra Thin Sound Bar
x

In Table HDMI Auto Switching Inputs
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CompTIA
Creating Seamless “Zoom Rooms” for CompTIA
EAV Partners with IT to Perfect and Replicate Meeting Rooms That Quickly Unite Disparate Devices, Systems and People for Hassle-Free Collaboration

Challenge: Prototype and Replicate a Unified Meeting Nerve Center
Press a button. Start a meeting. Seamlessly support multiple internal/external systems, any kind of device or a key attendee 3,500 miles away running to the airport and joining via mobile.

Robert Rohrman, VP of IT Infrastructure for CompTIA, and his staff had solved the issue from a systems and computing standpoint by building a prototype in an in-house lab; now they needed to transfer it into a working room and bring it to life in video and sound. EAV got the nod after Rohrman vetted several vendors and found EAV the most responsive.

“It was a home run. It became the most in-demand room in the building.”
Rohrman knew that the pilot room’s success would hinge on how well an AV vendor could grasp the technological facets of the project. His confidence rose when he visited one of EAV’s AV installs (Gibsons Italia) and saw the EAV team quickly get their heads around the mission and the prototype.
“They could answer questions on their feet and showed more IT knowledge than any AV guys I’ve ever seen,” notes Rohrman. “We had to learn a lot together as we figured out the backend tech integration and the room design, but I could tell early on that they had the mindset and skills to achieve our vision.”

The prototype room became the most in-demand meeting room in the building as staff realized they could simply run conferences with incredible audio or video—or even patch in a Cubs game on a Friday afternoon.

• With the pilot room (and EAV) proven, the design was expanded to more rooms. EAV handled design and installation for the buildout, working with Rohrman’s team and other vendors to create a multi-room backbone of cutting-edge conference rooms.

“They stood by their work and were superbly responsive throughout the design, install and follow-up process—it wasn’t unusual to get personal responses from Tim (EAV’s CEO) as questions arose,” adds Rohrman.