Audiovisual

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High quality audiovisual components reproduce the experience of a live concert.

The term audiovisual (AV, or A/V) may refer to works with both a sound and a visual component, the production or use of such works, or the equipment used to create and present such works. Slide-tape presentations,[1] films, and television programs are examples of audiovisual presentations, as are most major church services and other live theater productions.

Business presentations are also often audiovisual. In a typical presentation, the presenter provides the audio by speaking, and supplements it with a series of images projected onto a screen, either from a slide projector, or from a computer connected to a projector using presentation software.

In the developed world, there has been a huge uptake of computer-based audiovisual equipment in the education sector, with many schools and higher educational establishments installing projection equipment and often using interactive whiteboard technology.

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  1. ^ Barman, Charles R. Slide-Tape Presentations on a Classroom Budget. University of California Press. JSTOR 4447864.  edit