Orlando, FL – February 2010 – It’s always a bit frustrating to newcomers and seasoned audio-video enthusiasts alike when you’re faced with that array of input and output connectors. But it helps to understand which cables to use and what kind of signals each carries: A/V Cable Explained
Multicom is pleased to announce that it has significantly expanded its Online Technical Resource Library by answering a few simple yet vexing questions, like: What A/V cables go where, and what types of signals do they carry?
Multicom’s studies, product comparisons, white papers, cross references, and web resources are a unique “one stop” resource providing technical background and in-depth information for building solutions for a wide variety of applications, including those used to acquire, process, and distribute audio, video, data, security, and traffic control signals over fiber optic, copper, and coax cable.
“Multicom continues to strengthen their online resource library with a simple yet unique approach – answer the hard questions with easy answers. This is all part of our long term commitment to providing the industry with state-of-the-art product line innovations, unsurpassed support and expertise, and an online knowledge base and resources that will help the industry drive success in every aspect of their projects.” said Ray Shedden, Multicom’s Director of Sales and Marketing.
Established in 1982 and headquartered in Orlando, FL, Multicom maintains sales offices, rep agencies and sub-distributors throughout North and Latin America. Multicom stocks over 13,000 products from more than 270 of the world’s major manufacturers which are used to acquire, process, and distribute audio, video, data, security, and traffic control signals over fiber optic, copper, and coax cable. Its affiliate company, Mconnect, Inc. provides Next Level VoIP residential and business telephone services through resellers and cable operators.
For more information, call 1-800-423-2594, e-mail to email@example.com or visit www.multicominc.com