Matt Pruznick is senior editor for Residential Systems and Systems Contractor News. He has a Master's degree in journalism from Columbia University.
No one likes to feel rushed.
The four-day event, held at the idyllic Hotel del Coronado in San Diego, CA, celebrated a highly successful 2016 and presented a positive look to the future, invigorated by new connections, initiatives, and ideas.
One of the original developments in smart home technology was based around the remote–or more specifically, consolidating the operation of many home theater devices into one unified controller.
Suspension of disbelief–the total immersion of oneself in an on-screen experience such that the temporal world falls away–requires one thing above all else: a really large screen.
It’s one of the only things that you’ll install that will never make a client smile in amazement; in fact, it’s something they will ideally never even see or think about.
Since CEDIA last September, the industry has been electrified with the promise of voice as the default home control interface of the future.
I caught up with emerging technologies expert Joe Cornwall, technology evangelist at Legrand, for a closer explanation of the new HDMI 2.1 standard and the implications it raises for the industry.
Like many of us, Kramer Electronics is starting off the new year with an ambitious goal.
On January 10, Sonos founder and chief executive officer John MacFarlane announced via the company’s blog that he has decided to pass the company’s leadership on to chief operating officer, Patrick Spence, after 15 years at the helm.
The best kind of smart home is one that’s designed to be smart from the outset, and CEDIA is doing its best to make sure more and more builders are aware of that.
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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