Seamless switchers and scalers from TVOne, Barco and Kramer. We have a range of video management solutions including bespoke system design and integration.
A dedicated media server from Avolites, the AI is a fully loaded and feature packed high definition machine suitable for a massive range of uses from corporate to high end complicated touring systems, single projectors to full multi surface video … Read more
The diet version of our very own media server machines loaded with resolume arena 4 and installed with Enttec dmx control dongles these servers are great for HD outputs, multiple projectors and those jobs where something high grade and … Read more
Our very own media server machines loaded with resolume arena 4 and installed with Enttec dmx control dongles these servers are great for multiple high definition outputs, multiple projectors and those jobs where something serious is needed! High power machine … Read more
High end HD powerful media server which is packed full of features! Many a large show and video display has a hippotizer behind it. High resolution outputs four analogue capture inputs and HDMI capture input this server is packed full of … Read more
Really small in a 1u chassis the Hippocritter packs a very sizeable punch. One high resolution output and one analogue capture input this server is packed full of the usual features expected from Hippo. Loaded with a myriad of stock … Read more
"Our company has been working in the corporate entertainment industry for over ten years and have worked with many different technical suppliers. The Phonophobia team are the height of professionalism and the most conscientious company out there. The technical staff are highly skilled, hard working and easy to communicate with and the equipment is all maintained to the highest standards. The support and backup offered in between contracts is invaluable to us and correspondence is picked up and replied to immediately.It's a pleasure and a breath of fresh air working with Mark and the Phonophobia team. We would never think to call anyone else."