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BTX Technologies and Stem Audio Announce Distribution Partnership

Posted by BTX Marketing on Mar 2, 2020 4:21:16 PM

Stem Audio has appointed BTX Technologies as a certified distributor of their game-changing blended audio solutions.

The team at Stem Audio has created a scalable and room-tunable solution that is easy to deploy, and even easier to use. A combination of ceiling, wall and table-top microphones blend intelligently through a single hub to delivery optimal audio in any meeting environment.

The Stem RoomDesign tool allows anyone to design and spec a room directly on the Stem website. This software is the first of its kind and takes the guesswork out of picking the right audio products for a conference room.

“Figuring out which audio products to place in a conference room to get complete coverage is a challenge for both IT professionals and AV integrators alike,” says Jacob Marash CEO and Founder of Stem Audio. “With RoomDesign, anyone can simply recreate a room, place products exactly where they want, and immediately see what the audio coverage will be. This removes the anxiety of not knowing which products are right for a room, while saving time and reducing costs. Overall, it makes the whole process much more enjoyable, efficient, and painless.”

Users can create their own room designs within minutes and either pre-order their first room or save their design as a PDF file for future use.

Along with the availability of RoomDesign, Stem Audio will also start accepting pre-orders for all ecosystem components.

“We have been receiving an overwhelming amount of interest since our launch at InfoComm this past June,” says Jonathan Boaz VP of Sales and Business Development. “and we are extremely excited to get Stem out to the market in just a few months.”

Stem Audio products begin shipping globally February 2020. Pre-orders will ship out on a first come, first served basis.


3 Lessons Learned from the Office About Booking Meetings

Posted by Victoria Zilempe on Apr 11, 2018 11:00:00 AM

People love The Office because it is so relatable. The events in the show may have been extreme examples, but it did a great job of capturing the day to day life of a person working in an office setting.

When it comes to booking meetings though, two characters, Michael Scott and Robert California, were the worst.


3 Tips to Help You get The Most Out of Supplemental Labor

Posted by Nicole Somarriba on Apr 5, 2018 1:37:47 PM

Supplemental. We hear the word all the time and live it out daily. I am an avid cross – fitter and use supplemental elements in my routine. I wake up and take vitamins, I set up for a back squat and never forget my knee sleeves, I go to the gym, and drink protein afterward. In all these actions, I’m providing myself with additional support, to complete and enhance the result.


3 Ways Mersive’s Solstice Pod Improves Conference Room Collaboration

Posted by Victoria Zilempe on Mar 27, 2018 1:54:11 PM

Conducting a meeting is hard enough. Now add the hiccups that come along with the technology involved in giving a presentation or sharing your work while using just a projector.

Meetings are slowed down, and participants are left waiting, slowly losing interest as you fumble to find the right cable to switch from one presenter to the next.

Mersive has taken this problem and offered a simple, easy to integrate solution - the Mersive Solstice Pod.


Infographic: Meet Bob

Posted by Nicole Somarriba on Mar 8, 2018 1:12:59 PM


With, or Without.

Posted by Chris Mehalso on Mar 1, 2018 10:09:10 AM

Naples, Italy is considered the official home of the modern pizza. In fact, ancient pizza ovens can still be seen today just up the road in the ruins at Pompeii – the word “pizza” dates back to AD 997.


BTX - 3 AV Labor Myths Debunked

Posted by Nicole Somarriba on Feb 23, 2018 10:55:12 AM

Integrators in the AV industry can sometimes run into a problem when it comes to finding the right type of labor for different projects. As you start to pick up more jobs, labor will be needed to keep up with the demand. One of the best sources to turn to for that extra help is an AV Labor source, one that can provide the support you need.