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5 things about AV every meeting planner should know

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Meeting and event technology consultant Brandt Krueger was a fountain of information on all things audiovisual during several sessions he led at IMEX America in Las Vegas. Here are just a few of my takeaways from the bits and pieces I was able to make it to.
1. Know your inputs and your outputs. Every soundboard and video switcher has a fixed number of places you can plug in mics, cameras, etc., and a fixed number of places you can export the audio or visual to speakers, screens, etc. I will not attempt to explain inputs and outputs further, but it is key that planners know how many they’ll need ahead of time so the AV provider can plan to bring the appropriate mixers. If they end up having to use a larger mixer than originally anticipated, it likely will cost you more.

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