Atlantic Alarm & Sound's consultants are experienced in video distribution systems, including system design, integration, and installation. Video hubs can be installed for use with off-air antennas, cable TV feeds, satellite receivers, and other video outputs.
What is distributed video?
Distributed video is a system where all kinds of video and audio signals from audio-visual source components are routed to remote display locations. At the remote locations, display devices such as CRT televisions, flat panel displays and projectors are used for viewing the A/V sources which are located at the head end.
A need for distributed video arises when designing a system that utilizes many A/V sources, many display locations and/or the display locations are distant from the sources. A video distribution system can also be used for sharing source components such as a DVD changers, digital cable, or satellite tuners.
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Industry certified consultants will recommend the most reliable equipment and integration procedures based on your needs, keeping in mind future expandability. Contact an Atlantic Alarm & Sound consultant today to start an analysis of your requirements.
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