Llanor Alleyne is a contributing editor for Residential Systems.
This Integration Guide was sponsored by Apollo Enclosures, Mirage Vision, Peerless-AV, and Rockustics as a supplement to Residential Systems, March 2017
This Integration Guide was sponsored by James Loudspeaker as a supplement to Residential Systems, February 2017
The AV distribution ecosystem, comprised of its associate cables, matrix switchers, and extenders, has revolutionized residential integration.
The growing sophistication of security systems, especially cameras and door locks, is on track to revolutionize custom integration as a whole.
In the custom integration sphere, the slimming down of components has had a knock-on effect on newer models of AV racks, mounts, and enclosures—originally intended to be the nerve centers of once-behemoth components that powered equally complex integrated systems.
This Integration Guide was sponsored by Elite Screens, Grandview, Microlite Screen, and Vutec as a supplement to Residential Systems, October 2016
Home audio’s evolution in the past five years has been remarkable. Streaming music services, the move from physical media to near-universal digital delivery, and the shrinking of audio components have collectively redefined how we listen to music in our home space.
Arguably, beyond brewing a cup of coffee from the bedroom, IoT has generated the most buzz about the practical possibilities of remote management of lights and interior environments, including the use of voice control to achieve overall home automation.
Over the years, touchpanels, remotes, and more recently, control apps have served as the primary access point to programming and effectively engaging with home automation systems, which are now evolving into and underpinning the broader development of the smart home concept and its corresponding technology girdle, the Internet of Things.
How we listen to music these days has been taken over by tech-driven means, including numerous wireless delivery options with Bluetooth leading the way.
The full BP900 speaker family
BP9060 Bipolar Tower Speaker
A close up of the base of Definitive Technology’s BP9060 and its height-channel module
The iconic Definitive Technology logo.
Looking down at the Definitive Technology BP9060 Bipolar Tower Speaker
An example of the BP9060 speaker towers at home.
The CS9080 component center channel speaker
The back panel of the CS9080
A width up shot of the CS9080
The A90 component height modules
The A90 height module integrated with the BP9060 tower speaker
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