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REI releases audio/video equipment catalog

Posted on February 11, 2016

Radio Engineering Industries (REI) released an updated, comprehensive catalog of audio and video equipment products for transportation markets.

In 2016’s Audio/Video Equipment edition, REI concentrates on enhancing the customer’s experience by focusing on ease of use. REI ensures the highest level of accuracy and usability in the catalog ultimately helping customers choose the right product to meet their needs.

The catalog features an easy-to-reference table of contents with full-color product thumbnails, in-depth product descriptions, crisp photography, cable and connector details, and quick reference charts.

New product innovations include: MegaMedia™, an on-demand entertainment solution; a 15.6-in. HD LCD Monitor; driver control modules; multi-media radios; and commercial-grade HDMI Type E cables and connectors.

REI’s Audio/Video Equipment catalog is downloadable at radioeng.com.

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