[Inter BEE 2014] Audio Visual Communications Exhibits the American-Made Projector Mount “CHIEF” Proposed for Multi-purpose use in Broadcasting, Signage, and Office Environments.
Audio Visual Communications, as the general agent in Japan for “CHIEF”, exhibited over 40 models of the American display/projector mount manufacturer’s monitor and projector mount lineup at its “CHIEF” booth. Mr. Masato Isozaki, the section head responsible for marketing at the advertising/marketing division of the Audio Visual Communications management headquarters said, “We had a PR goal of promoting the CHIEF brand, so we didn’t use Audio Visual Communications name anywhere this time, simply displaying our booth as CHIEF. CHIEF is an international top-class mount manufacturer for displays and its products have been used in the lineups of many domestic display manufacturers”.
■ Exhibition of Display Mounts of all Types and Sizes
Promoting the high-functional installation and adjustment mechanisms of the mounts, Audio Visual Communications set up a presentation stage to introduce the features of the products and the CHIEF brand concept. New pullout and wall mounted type multi-display mounts allow precise joint adjustment through an increase in micro-adjustment functions. A model utilizing the thin joint profile multi-display construction can hold large displays more securely than before with its sturdy frame. “It’s an important device in the architecture of systems with multiple LCD devices. In addition to communicating our brand to ordinary users, we also want to appeal to display makers through this exhibition”, said Mr. Isozaki.
The new super large display stand is equipped with an EIA rack for convenient device storage, and can be used with a camera shelf for video conferences and many other accessories.
Further, there were many other application proposals for their new deskmount series lineup such as for broadcasting, signage, and office environments.
(*Report on the exhibitions at Inter Bee 2014 held at Makuhari Messe, November 19-21, 2014)