Resi's Top 50 Stories of 2012: 40 - 31

December 25, 2012
As the year winds down, Residential Systems is taking a break from its daily enews to provide its first-ever Top 50 Countdown of the most-read web stories from 2012. Each day will feature 10 story links from the most popular stories of 2012, starting with #50 and ending with #1 on New Year's Eve.

Today's countdown, featuring the most-read posts from 2012, #40 to #31, offers a plethora of blogs from Resi’s most-prolific writer, John Sciacca, as well as intriguing news stories about Russound’s sale of its vNet brand and SpeakerCraft’s decision to scrap it’s Nirv home automation line. Be sure to check out Sciacca’s “Installation Nightmares” post, which features entertaining anecdotes from other integrators in the business, as well as “Almost Famous,” which introduced many readers to future Resi blogger Todd Anthony Puma.


40. AVocation Produces AV Distribution Videos

39. Residential Systems Honors Top Product Designs

38. Capitol Now Selling Lutron Shades

37. What's in a Name? And Who Are These Guys? by John Sciacca

36. Making Sense of Russound’s vNet Sale by Jeremy Glowacki

35. When a Demo Room Isn't An Option by Todd Anthony Puma

34. Why SpeakerCraft Scrapped Nirv by Jeremy Glowacki

33. Kaleidescape Owners Aren't So Different by John Sciacca

32. Installation Nightmares - 9 Professional Horror Stories by John Sciacca

31. Almost Famous: The Celebrity Install by John Sciacca


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