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AV control box manages digital classroom

Epson has announced the PowerLite® Pilot™ Connection and Control Box,which offers control of multimedia sources connected to Epson’s wall-mounted short throw and ultra-short throw classroom projectors.
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Epson has announced the PowerLite® Pilot™ Connection and Control Box,which offers control of multimedia sources connected to Epson’s wall-mounted short throw and ultra-short throw classroom projectors. The PowerLite Pilot gives teachers one place to connect and manage audio and video sources such as computers, DVD players, iPods, and more.

In addition, Epson is offering two optional accessories, a wireless pendant microphone and external speakers that deliver 30 watts of sound with a built-in amplifier

The PowerLite Pilot will be available for $249. The optional speakers will be available for $149, and the optional wireless microphone will be available for $449.

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