CEDIA 2016 attendance topped 18,750 attendees this year.
NewBay Media’s Residential Systems and TWICE have named their 2016 Best of Show Awards for CEDIA 2016 in Dallas.
Lenbrook made several new product announcements at CEDIA, with the core of the group’s developments based around the extension of BluOS—the high-resolution music operating system from its Bluesound brand—to operate on new NAD products.
KEF showed a variety of custom install solutions designed for home theater use at its booth, including some new additions to its product lineup.
Charlie Kindel, director of Alexa smart home at Amazon, delivered a keynote on Friday morning, in which he emphasized the importance of voice technology in the future of computing and home integration.
Russound is re-entering the light commercial market after a 10-year absence, demoing a 70-volt audio amp and audio ecosystem designed for applications such as small offices, retail spaces, coffee shops, and outdoor seating areas at restaurants.
Riva Audio formally introduced its Riva WAND (Wireless Audio Network Design) multi-space audio system on Day 1 of CEDIA, highlighting the system's sonic quality and affordable pricing.
This year JVC is launching the DLA-RS4500, a flagship projector that incorporates a native 4K (4096x2160) D-ILA device powered by a proprietary BLU-Escent laser phosphor light source.
StormAudio's full suite of Immersive Sound Processors (ISP) now support the DTS:X 3D audio codec as a standard feature.
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