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Tech Tips – Managing Monitor Feedback

Managing Monitor Feedback

Audio feedback occurs when the output signal loops back into the input device, resulting in unwanted ringing, squealing and generally unpleasant noise. In the illustration below, feedback is represented by the output coming from a ceiling mounted monitor feeding back into a microphone with a

In this illustration, feedback is represented by the output coming from a ceiling mounted monitor feeding back into a microphone with a cardiod pattern. Although feedback can’t be completely eliminated, it can be managed by using a properly placed loudspeaker designed specifically as a floor monitor or using an in-ear type personal monitor system.

There are multiple factors that contribute to audio feedback. The next Tech Tip issue will address microphones.

For more information regarding proper placement of stage monitors please feel free to contact S&L Integrated at (229) 378-8866 or info@slintegrated.com

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S&L Named 2016 North American Partner of the Year by StarLeaf

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S&L Named 2016 North American Partner of the Year by StarLeaf

May 9, 2017 London, United Kingdom

In May, at StarLeaf’s Annual Partner Conference in London, England, S&L was named North American Partner of the Year for 2016. Jason Jones, President and CEO of S&L Integrated was at the conference to accept the award from StarLeaf Chief Technology Officer William MacDonald.

“StarLeaf selected S&L based on dedication to the brand, seeking out innovative technology solutions for clients and being the top reseller in North America,” said William MacDonald, StarLeaf.

S&L is the leader in sales and integration for StarLeaf products in the U.S. and continues to demonstrate the greatest potential for growth with the brand.

“We are excited to be named Partner of the Year,” said Jones. “Recognitions and partnerships help S&L provide better technologies to our clients.”

StarLeaf is an international company offering reliable hardware and integrated video conferencing and voice in the cloud. The StarLeaf Cloud was developed from the ground up and doesn’t rely on third-party products, ensuring customers have a reliable and feature-rich user experience.

“Many of our customers need video teleconferencing and StarLeaf provides several options that are simple to deploy, look great and work well,” said Jones. “We lead with StarLeaf products over other VTC solutions.”

StarLeaf solutions are compatible with many existing endpoints and connect to other web-based VTC solutions, which is also appealing to customers.

S&L continues to invest significant time into developing relationships with partners such as StarLeaf.

“We believe that strong relationships with our business partners give us an advantage in the industry, which in turn helps provide better solutions to our clients,” said Jones.

S&L is excited to have StarLeaf as a valuable business partner and to continue using StarLeaf products to develop reliable customer technology solutions..

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Video Conferencing and Technology 2016 Fall Grant Forecast

Video Conferencing and Technology 2016 Fall Grant Forecast

Join us for a webinar on Nov 03, 2016 at 1:00 PM CDT for the Video Conferencing and Technology 2016 Fall Grant Forcast.

REGISTER NOW! https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/970654740776326660

Join the StarLeaf Grant Services Team as we review technology friendly grants that are now available to fund video conferencing solutions. Learn how you can qualify for no-cost grant writing services. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining this webinar.

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For more information contact S&L Integrated at (229) 388-8866 or info@slintegrated.com

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It’s Official!

On a beautiful, sunny and warm May morning, the S&L team, family and ambassadors from the Thomasville Chamber of Commerce gathered at 7 Midway Drive in Thomasville, Georgia, to officially break ground for S&L Integrated Systems’ new facility. Jason Jones described the layout of the new building for ambassadors and friends.

Although the ground was broken a few weeks ago, the brief ceremony generated excitement from local business owners and Darlene Taylor, State Representative.

The new 20,000 square foot facility will feature 7500 square feet of office space for techs, salespeople and management as well as a lobby, showroom and conference room. Additionally, there will be a three-bay warehouse with a dedicated loading dock for semi trucks. The new building’s exterior was inspired by Starbucks in Seattle, Washington, and the interior design was inspired by Google headquarters in New York.

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Case Study – Eighth District Judicial Courts

Case Study – Eighth District Judicial Courts

Jason Jones, president of S&L and Bob Nadekow, Court Administrator for the Eighth District Judicial Circuit Court discuss collaborating on courtroom technology. The project was so successful Nadekow helped S&L secure other courtroom projects around the state of Georgia. The Eighth District Circuit Court is a flagship courtroom for integrated technologies and has been recognized as an innovator in the state. The courtroom is a unique environment, in that it uses multiple systems that have to be integrated for ease of use by judges, administrators and other personnel.

Eighth District Judicial Court Case Study

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