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Surge protection preparation reduces maintenance costs, improves safety

This article appeared in the MARCH 2019 issue of Amusement Today. Whether one is an operator of an amusement park, water park or family entertainment center, experiencing the loss of power is an unwelcome obstacle. Fresh off a speaking engagement at the AIMS Safety Seminar and attendance at the IAAPA FEC Summit, Tim Boyd, president [...]

Drive Shack

Drive Shack partners with SAVE Electronics SAVE Electronics is honored and excited to be partnering with Drive Shack, an innovative company and a fantastic group of people. Drive Shack is an interactive entertainment venue that combines golf, competition, dining and fun for all ages.  Catering to the avid golfer and [...]

Home Cinema-TV or Front Projection?

Another poll on TV or Front Projection is making the rounds. This one was posted on the well-known AVS Forum by writer Mark Henninger. “4K/UHD and HDR are undeniably a killer combo when it comes to bringing cinematic image quality home,” Henninger wrote in an article introducing the poll. “This begs the question: Are [...]

Video Conferencing Is Someone Watching?

Could someone potentially be watching and listening to you conduct business via the videoconferencing camera in your conference room—even when it isn’t supposed to be on? SECURITY The importance of keeping videoconferencing cameras out of the room when not in use is underscored by at least two incidents in recent [...]

Surge Protection for your Home

We all have power surge plug protecting strips on pretty much every electronic device in our homes these days. From entertainment systems to computers, your home’s electronics need protection. So that means a few strip plugs and you’re done, right? Not so fast. There is a better way to protect everything in your home; a [...]

Six Tips for Cleaning Projection Screens

Please Note: Cleaning should be undertaken only when needed and with great care. Not all stains can be removed. Please take care to protect your screen from damage to minimize the need for these procedures. The projection screen is the most visible part of your two-piece projection system. It’s also the most vulnerable [...]

Ultra HD TV vs 4K TV

What is the difference between Ultra HD vs 4K TV? We are asked all the time, "what is the difference between Ultra HD vs 4K TV?" ONE OF THE MOST confusing aspects of AV for end users is the jargon—especially as it relates to resolution. If you are shopping for a projection [...]