When AV applications are implemented into a space well, they can blend in as if the room was designed around it. When done wrong, those rooms may never look the same again, if they are habitable at all. We highlighted some of the AV industries lowlights in this week’s AV nightmares.
If you have ever experienced a situation like this, first, we apologize. But make sure to tweet photos of it to @proavmkt to be featured in our next post!
We can boost your audio…no problem at all! We’re the pros.
— Unified AV Systems (@UnifiedAV) August 11, 2017
I don’t think this is what they meant when they said “7th inning stretch”
— Megan A Dutta (@MeganADutta) May 11, 2018
There isn’t a bad seat in the house!
— Carla Duran (@BalenciLaLa) April 7, 2018
— Carla Duran (@BalenciLaLa) April 9, 2018
Thankfully Mark had an Ipad handy
— Mark Coxon CTS-D/I (@AVPhenom) January 7, 2018
Apparently your 6th grade computer science teacher became a technician.
— Mary E. Cook, CTS (@MaryCookCTS) July 28, 2017
This might have been Mariah Carey’s mic pack (throwback joke)
— Peter Mitchell (@RadioMaverick24) March 17, 2017
Restart your system…just do it, already.
— John Birchman ? (@johnbirchman) August 9, 2015
The installers might have had too much to drink on this one…
— Fred's Sound Music (@fredsoundmusic) June 2, 2015
A chisel and hammer might have been used here
— Greg Schlechter (@gregschlechter) June 3, 2015
I have a sneaking suspicion that the fan was not turned on during this installation
— Jeff Miller (@JeffMillerCTSI) May 30, 2015
And apparently this is more common than we thought….
— Christopher Neto CTS (@chris_neto) February 19, 2015
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