|To present the history of the
New York Philharmonic Orchestra at Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center, New
York, Museum Technology DVD-212 DVD Pushbutton Controllers (twelve button
version of the DVD-204) activate Pioneer DVD-7400 DVD players to provide
visitors with a video of history of the New York Philharmonic. In addition,
Museum Technology Trio Integrated CD Players serve the needs of the
audio-only stations. The Trio CD Audio players were chosen for their high
quality stereo audio as well as their proven reliability in heavy visitor
activated use. Tim Cramer of Maelstrom Media, New York City, was responsible
for providing the media content as well as the equipment on which is was
Photos courtesy Tim Cramer.
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The plasma screen, fed from a Pioneer DVD-7400, provides a
crisp image of a young Leonard Bernstein, while headphones reproduce the
music. Our visitor is watching the selection she just called up with the
push of a button.
Trio CD Players, controlled by visitor pushbuttons, provide
high quality stereo playback of recordings of the New York Philharmonic.
What makes it work: inside the cabinet showing Pioneer
DVD-7400 DVD player (left) and Museum Tech DVD-212 Controller (right).
Visitor pushbuttons plug into the DVD-212, which plugs into the Pioneer DVD.
The DVD in turn connects to the plasma screen.