Venue Vizion: Easy to Adapt

June 8th, 2017 in Solutions

The bar for entertainment has never been higher. Audiences across the world have nearly unlimited access to movies, music, and other forms of digital content, all directly from their phones. So how can a venue still draw and captivate live audiences night after night? The answer is simple.

Immersive digital experiences.

When customers find themselves at bars, restaurants, stadiums, or other locales, they want an audio-visual experience that is as seamless as it is compelling. This is no small task. Modern venues require a solution that is both simple and flexible.

Meet Venue Vizion.

Venue Vizion puts the power back in the hands of AV professionals and business owners. This solution can create multiple in-house channels of high definition content that are sure to engage viewers. Venue Vizion includes:

  • 4 QMODs– Choice of HDMI 2, YPB 2 and HDMI RGB
  • 20 Display Controllers- ICC1-232 or ICC1-IRX
  • 1 Active Combiner Venue
  • 1 DXL Ethernet Head-End Display Control Center
  • Additional Accessories per configuration

The best part about Venue Vizion? The ease with which you can install, adapt, and use the system.

We know your business might grow, adapt, or change. That’s why we took special care to create a system that is as easy to adapt as it is to install. No matter where your business is, or where it plans on going, Venue Vizion is designed to easily keep pace.

The Venue Vizion system includes 8 channels and 20 TV controllers, and can easily be expanded up to 16 channels and 128 TVs by purchasing additional QMOD HDTV Modulators, IPTV Encoders, and TV controllers. This system also allows for different types of Dual Channel QMOD HDTV Modulators and IPTV Encoders (HDMI 2, HDMI RGB, YPB 2) that allow you to customize the set up depending upon your needs. All Contemporary Research products are designed to be user friendly, low maintenance, and workable in a 24/7 environment.

RF coax cable already exists in most bars, restaurants, offices, schools, etc. Running new lines is expensive, however. It is much simpler to deliver control signals through the same coax as the channels, which eliminates the need for additional cabling.