AV 9000:Defining Quality in Engineered Audio Visual Systems,
Outlines "Zero Defects" Process for A/V Integrators, Simplifies the Work of Designers,
Installers and Technology Managers.
Author Mario Maltese of Audio Visual Resources, Inc., describes methods to ensure the consistent delivery
of quality when creating multimedia rooms.
Williston Park, NY – May 17, 2006 – In the new book, AV 9000:Defining Quality in Engineered Audio Visual
Mario Maltese, CEO of Audio Visual Resources, Inc., proposes a standard for defining quality in engineered audio visual systems
that has become the de facto
standard for the industry. AV 9000
includes an introduction to quality management systems for AV designers and installers, as well as technology managers responsible
for AV assets. The publication was created to offer a standard to make it easier for a designer to target the product, performance
and practices the customer needs.
"This process is proven
to shorten the time line of projects, and give the customer the confidence that they’ve received what they specified.
Some of the content has been on our website for years to assist students in achieving their "CTS-D" certification"
notes Maltese. "Now, the book provides a more detailed "how-to" for the most important checklist, the Commissioning
Checklist, along with details on the instrumentation required to validate performance."
AV9000: Defining Quality in Engineered Audio Visual Systems can be previewed
and purchased at the following link: http://www.lulu.com/content/307317 or Amazon http://www.amazon.com/AV-9000-Defining-Quality-Engineered/dp/1411690893/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1240579882&sr=8-1