AV Nightmares: June 26th

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!

PSA: You never let cable installers look at the back of your territory


Lets just hope Indiana Jones isn’t on this job…yikes!



This truly belongs in a horror film…..no wonder it’s in black and white.

This one probably isn’t a nightmare but we’ve all been here! I hope PSAV sees this, this happens at way too many hotel based conferences.

I’m not sure who thought this was safe…unless they are waiting for a certain animated roadrunner.


This is at a technology university….you know what they say about those who can’t do…

You can put a screen anywhere you want! (If you know how to plan ahead)

I’m 90% sure that this is the opening paragraph to Harry Potter in Brail.


If you stumble upon any AV Nightmares please submit them to us through the hashtag #msAVnightmares!


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