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Jan Sandri from FSR talks with Matt Scott about FSR’s 35th anniversary, huddle spaces, and ceiling mounts.

Host: Matt Scott, Guests: Jan Sandri, Record Date: 6/18/2015, Running Time: 6:59


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FSR offers products for the pro AV industry that run the gamut of those types of offerings that might not come to mind first (like displays or loudspeakers) but always come to mind somewhere during the design and installation process.

We’re talking things like wall and floor boxes, matrix switchers, power products, table boxes, ceiling enclosures and much more.

During InfoComm 2015 in Orlando, Fla., FSR is commemorating its 35th anniversary, having been founded by Jan Sandri, Bill Fitzsimmons and Charles Rodriquez “to answer the need for quality and cost-effective control modules and metal integration products,” according to the company.

FSR added to that legacy with an impressive amount of product introductions during the annual tradeshow (not to mention a champagne and cake celebration at its booth). Sandri, company president, took the time give CI readers the lowdown on what to expect in the ways of new product highlights.

For the various new product introductions, what are 2-3 feature highlights that will help increase integrators’ efficiencies?
Sandri: With the addition of the new products that FSR is launching at InfoComm this year we are continuing with our company’s mantra of ‘Infrastructure Solutions From The Ground Up.’ Our latest Project Wall...


Orlando, FL – InfoComm 2015 (June 17, 2015) – FSR, a leading manufacturer of products for all segments of the AV/IT industry including, education, hospitality, government, corporate and religious markets is commemorating its 35th anniversary at InfoComm 2015 with a briefing and bubbly! The New Jersey-based manufacturer will brief the press on all their new products and upgrades at 12:30 PM on Thursday, June 18th in Booth # 1331 followed by a champagne reception with cake and cookies for all at 1.

FSR is honoring its founding philosophy of merging quality with affordability by launching an impressive number of products this year comprised of additions to its Infrastructure family including: wall and floor boxes, and table boxes and coasters; its Electronics line with several new scaling and HDMI switchers, HDBaseT extenders, a FLEX I/O interface unit, and upgraded Digital Ribbon Cable; and will show a new mini-sized version of the award-winning HuddleVU collaboration system plus increased integration with a new switcher line for added flexibility.

“We’re thrilled to share this milestone with some of the most important people on the planet; our team, our customers and industry colleagues,” says Company President Jan Sandri. “Celebrating at InfoComm is like inviting...

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FSR’s HuddleVU Collaboration system is designed as a meeting room system where users can share and view their multiple inputs; laptops, tablets, and smart phones, on a single or multiple displays. When FSR’s new DV-MFMV-74 DV PRO — MultiVU — Seven Input Multi-Format Windowing Scaler is integrated with the HuddleVU FLEX System. it creates a seven-input/user system that has a windowing 4Kx2K output with seamless switching and easy integration with all HuddleVU Collaboration Furniture.

The HuddleVU’s switcher line is rounded out with the availability of collaboration solutions where only two inputs are needed. FSR’s new DV-HSW-21A 2×1 HDMI switcher and the DV-MFSW-21A is a HDMI + VGA & Audio to HDMI switcher integrate with one FSR T3 table box for small collaboration or huddle kiosk-type solutions. To compliment these new smaller offerings, FSR is proud to now offer the Mini-VU Small Group Collaboration Table for two to four users/inputs while the larger tables are built to accommodate 4, 5, 6 or 7 users/inputs. All tables are available in counter or table height and can be used with or without the vertical back panel for mounting displays. The Mini-VU is crafted furniture designed for collaboration, functionality, and form. If time...