—C SEED has launched the C SEED 125.
Klipsch has added Professional Series Reference Premiere Architectural speakers to its product lineup.
The made-in-the-U.S. Select Series features S63 bookshelf and W12 subwoofer.
In a series of private meetings with members of the consumer AV and trade press, Origin Acoustics CEO Jeremy Burkhardt described his company’s second-generation Director Series and LCR Collections lou...
—Sony Electronics has launched two new 4K HDR Ultra HD TV series: the X720E and X690E.
At InfoComm 2017, Digital Projection International (DPI) debuted the E-Vision LASER 4K-UHD.
Peerless-AV has launched its latest line of all-season outdoor TVs, the UltraView UHD Outdoor TV.
Draper’s redesigned solution for hiding videoconferencing cameras above the ceiling was on display at InfoComm 2017 in Orlando, FL.
—Savant has launched its Wally family of dedicated touchscreens.
ZeeVee (booth 1761) has formed a partnership with DTVGameControl, a floor-plan based AV control system.
Legrand has launched the Wattstopper Lighting Control and Automation Panel (LCAP), one of the latest products in its architectural dimming platform.
Honeywell has expanded its Total Connect Remote Services support to include the new SkyBell Trim Pro high-definition smart video doorbells.
—Observables Inc. has launched of its patent-pending IOBOT with the AlwaysON Platform.
ZeeVee showcased its third-generation ZyPer4K AV-over-IP solution during InfoComm 2017 in Orlando, FL.
Tripp Lite has introduced two wireless HDMI extender kits that extend AV signals up to 164 feet or 656 feet with minimal sacrifice to top-performance of picture and sound.
SureCall’s Force5 2.0 cellular signal booster, which is now available, was designed to increase cellular signal inside of commercial buildings and as a cost-effective alternative to a DAS system.
—Sub With Massive, Visceral Ultra-Powerful Bass, Terrific App Control
American-Made Atmos/DTS:X Preamp-Processor Outshines its Competition
Soundbars have continued to advance in both features and performance to the point where they now offer a cost-effective and far simpler alternative to a full-blown TV audio system.
A couple of years ago, stumped for ideas about how to fill out my Christmas list, I casually mentioned to my dad that I wouldn’t mind a nice screwdriver bit set.