An AV control system is a special device that connects all the different AV equipment in a meeting space. You can then control everything in the room from one interface – typically a touch screen or a keypad - effectively removing the need for a stack of remote controls and a jungle of cables in the room.
Professional AV equipment performs better than consumer equipment in a setting where AV control is required. The product quality is also higher overall. Learn more about the difference between Pro AV and consumer-grade equipment by downloading our whitepaper.
The terms ‘AV equipment’ and ‘AV control systems’ might not necessarily be words that are in your daily vocabulary, but AV equipment is doubtlessly something that you see and use daily at your workplace. AV stands for audiovisual and refers to a wide range of audio and visual devices. Some examples could be smart boards, projectors, displays, webcams, sound systems and other devices typically found in meeting rooms or conference rooms.