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In creating the Clockaudio blog our intention is to share some inside and anecdotal thoughts on the audio industry, the professionals we work with and the triumphs and challenges we face as a manufacturer that still believes that sound quality is the foundation for every good AV project. We invite you to check back often for our latest blogs. Read on!


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Yes, two mics can be better than one.

Yes, two mics can be better than one.

Considered Netflix for your ears, podcasts are an extremely convenient way to consume information on mobile and other devices. Started primarily as an independent way for people to freely share their expertise and experiences, podcasts are a unique media platform for launching ideas, opinions, messages and other content in an alternative approach to traditional “talk radio”.
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Nothing Cookie Cutter About This

Nothing Cookie Cutter About This

In a world that has been as unpredictable as we have seen in the last four months, we all realize the importance of flexibility. Whether that means flexibility in how we live our lives, how we educate our children, how we interact in public, or how we conduct business on-site and remotely.
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Crisis brings out the “Remote Warrior”

Crisis brings out the “Remote Warrior”

Many of us are familiar with the concept of the “road warrior” made popular in 1982 by Mel Gibson in his Mad Max 2 movie. Corporate America was quick to catch on and coined the same phrase to identify someone who traveled extensively, conducting business on the road. Indeed, frequent flyers, and Sky Club members have certainly logged significant miles in pursuit of closing the deal or introducing a new product. However, in today’s challenging times, we see a new version of the warrior emerging. Enter the age of the “Remote Warrior”.
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How to Conduct “Business as Usual” during the Unusual

How to Conduct “Business as Usual” during the Unusual

Let’s face it, with all that is going on, conducting “business as usual” seems to be impossible, but is it? The coronavirus has handed the world and the world of business a curveball. In many instances, individuals and companies are choosing or mandating remote working and changing in-person meetings and conferences to conference calls, video-chats, or video-conference calls.
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