2012 Resi Awards Finalists are Chosen

August 2, 2012
Residential Systems magazine has selected the finalists for its prestigious 2012 Resi Awards, which honor the best industrial designs of products being exhibited at CEDIA EXPO 2012, September 5-8, in Indianapolis.

“Year after year I’m astounded by the attention to detail and artistry of the products submitted for Resi Awards recognition, and this year’s finalists are some of the best yet,” stated Residential Systems editorial director Jeremy Glowacki. “These beautiful products demonstrate that innovation and elegant design are more important than ever in the world of consumer electronics.”

Residential Systems will honor all Resi Awards finalists during a 5 p.m. CEDIA EXPO reception, on Wednesday, September 5, in Room 205 of the Indiana Convention Center, where a winner for each category will be announced.

Congratulations to the following 2012 Resi Awards finalists:

AV Player/Server
Autonomic Controls Mirage MMS-5AV
Fusion Research Encore MkII
Kaleidescape DV700 Disc Vault
LINN Akurate DSM Player

AV Processor/Receiver
Crestron PROCISE High-Definition (7.3 Surround Sound Processor)
Marantz NR1603 “Slimline” (Audio/Video Receiver)
URC DMS-AV Networked (Home Theater Processor)

Connectivity Product (Wired)
Access Networks The Foundation Network
IOGEAR 3D Complete+
Pro Control ProLink.z

Connectivity Product: (Wireless)
NuVo Wireless Audio System
Proficient ZERO Wireless Music System
Wasp LINK-Mount 2.1 System

Controller (Keypad)
Savant Smart Control Phone
SimpliciKey Electronic Remote Control Deadbolt Lock
Vantage Controls Equinox

Controller (Remote Control)
Crestron UFO Waterproof Remote - UFO WPR-3ER
Pro Control Pro24.z
URC MXW-920 Waterproof Remote Control

Controller (Touchpanel)
Control4 7" In-Wall Touch Screen with Camera
Crestron V-Panel 24" HD Touch Screen Display - V24R-C
RTI KX7 touchpanel

Docking Music System
AudioXperts EVA SCR400 Dock Radio with Bluetooth
McIntosh McAire

Denon Music Maniac
HiFiMAN HE-400

Integrated Product Systems
AudioXperts 4TV Model 2112 Virtual Surround Sound Console
Control4 HC-250 Controller
HAI Bluetooth Remote Input Module

Mount, Enclosure or Rack
iPort LaunchPort
iRoom's iDock Touchcode
OmniMount LIFT40

Power Management
Panamax MR Family
SurgeX Cervella Enabled Axess Elite
Tributaries PWRI-PRO In-Wall AC Power Management Outlet

Projection Screens
Da-Lite Multi-Vision Imager
Screen Innovations Black Diamond Motorized
Vutec Theater Art Systems Multi-Vu VISION X

Speakers (Inwall)
GoldenEar Technology Invisa HTR-7000
Monitor Audio CWT Trimless Series
Niles CM Ceiling Mount Architectural Loudspeakers

Speakers (Onwall)
ceratec audio design ceraCinema one
Opalum FLOW.1010
Steinway Lyngdorf S-15 Speaker

Speakers (Compact)
AudioXperts EVA BLU
Niles SW Compact Subwoofers
Paradigm Millenia CT

Speakers (Floorstanding)
Niles GeoRealistic Pro Series Rock Speakers
Meridian M6 Digital Active Loudspeaker
Tannoy Definition DC10T

Speakers (Soundbar)
Boston Acoustics TVee 10 Soundbar
Definitive Technology SoloCinema XTR
MartinLogan Motion Vision

Special Product
3vNet CB1 Control Bridge
Lutron Sivoia QS Battery-Powered Honeycomb Shades

Video Display/Projector
SIM2 USA M.150
Seura Storm Outdoor Television
SunbriteTV SB-6560HD

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