--- Rick Faaberg <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 12/23/02 2:49 PM, "John Streepy"
> <John.Streepy@cwu.EDU> sent this out:
> > Sorry, forgot that part. Most tv on our campus
> are 19" or larger. They
> > are often used with a video projector of some sort
> as well. Video or
> > data projectors work great. I love those, we have
> a number of
> Getting in late here...
> Schools I served liked the Panasonic DVD-RV22 DVD
> player so we had them on
> I also added a DVD/VHS combo to our bid and I
> believe we sold quite a few of
> Monitor-wise we always have had a 27" minimum on
> bid, but lately we added
> 32" and 36" monitors. The bigger size really makes a
> difference in the
> impact of video, at least in K-12 where a lot of the
> kids are used to 50" or
> whatever bigscreens @ home. We didn't sell a whole
> lot, but then budgets are
> being whacked. I think the trend would be toward
> bigger screens as the
> prices go down and budgets recover.
> Remember to get the appropriately-load-rated AV cart
> for those jumbo
> monitors! :-)
> Rick Faaberg
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