Lessons Learned from Personal Service Success

By Heather L. Sidorowicz | February 16, 2017

Recently I've been trying out services with a magical business model. They don't have the cheapest product, and it's not available at Walmart or on Amazon. They profit by taking care of the client, by making them feel most important, and selling them a quality product. How can we, as home technology professionals, weave the same magic?

The Origin Story of Parasound's ZoneMaster 4 DAX

By Jeremy J. Glowacki | February 15, 2017

Recently, more and more tech pros are blending low-margin solutions like Sonos Connect into their offerings. Bob MacDonald has long recognized the opportunities presented by these technologies, which led him to the development of the 4 DAX, bridging the gap between semi-DIY and professional CI.

3 Strategies for Adapting to the Eroding Middle Market

By Henry Clifford | February 13, 2017

My builder cheerfully informed me that he’d been referring our competitor into the jobs where he felt his clients wanted “just the basics.” He said, “So much of this stuff is wireless now, there’s really no need for you guys on more basic jobs.” 

Sully Ultra HD Blu-ray Review: ‘Hell of a Landing, Sir!’

By John Sciacca | February 7, 2017

With all that is going on in the world, with all the strife and in-fighting filling the news and airwaves, sometimes we just need a triumphant, feel-good story where we can sit back and celebrate the goodness of people coming together for a common good. Sully is that movie.

My Top 5 Stories to Watch for at ISE

By Jason Griffing | February 6, 2017

ISE can be a bit of paradox for home technology professionals. Many of the stories we see surface out of Amsterdam are retreads of those that come to light during CEDIA’s stateside show. But it is plain to see that there is plenty for home tech pros to be excited about at ISE 2017. Here are the top five stories I’m excited to explore at the show.

Jason Bourne Ultra HD Review

By John Sciacca | January 31, 2017

There are a couple of things that make the Ultra HD Jason Bourne release noteworthy. First, this disc is full-blown, real-deal 4K, having been filmed in a variety of 2.8K, 4K, 6K and 16/35 millimeter film formats, with the transfer taken from a 4K Digital Intermediate, and the detail and resolution make it onto the screen.

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