July 2011 Residential Systems Online Index - ResidentialSystems.com

July 2011 Residential Systems Online Index

TEASERS LiteTouch Keypad Studio App Released Pakedge Program Customizes Products for Dealers Elan Introduces HC4 and HC8 Controllers     BLOGBITS Understanding How We Hear Heightens Audio Perception Access Networks Deliver Digital Home Network My Takeaways from
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TEASERS
LiteTouch Keypad Studio App Released
Pakedge Program Customizes Products for Dealers
Elan Introduces HC4 and HC8 Controllers

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BLOGBITS
Understanding How We Hear Heightens Audio Perception
Access Networks Deliver Digital Home Network
My Takeaways from Control4's THE Tour
Turning Online Discovery into Offline Sales
The UI-ology Zone: Know Your Audience
Sony: Keep Bustin'!

NOW ON TWICE.com
Crestron Countersues Savant

NOW ON Systemscontractor.com
Humans are Smart, Signal Processors Aren't

CEDIALine
The Future Technology Pavilion is open during tradeshow hours. Start planning your schedule today with the CEDIA EXPO app or Map Your Show.

BEHIND THE BUSINESS
Short of someone seeing/experiencing one, the best way to experience an iSky starfield ceiling is through the many photos that dealers have sent to the company for its website.

MARKETING MEASURES
Learn more from professor Erik Qualman, author of Socialnomics.

MOTIVATING MESSAGE
Jeremy Burkhardt gives just a taste of what you need to know about using social media to promote your business. Check out 30 more tips from Inc. magazine.

NEW PRODUCTS
Lutron Electronics’ mAriadni/Toggler

Arlington Industries’ Wire Grabber

Da-Lite’s high-contrast version of its High Power screen surface.

Atlona Technologies AT-DVI4-100SR DVI extender kit

Middle Atlantic, BGR Series

ELAN Home Systems has added a 10-inch in-wall color LCD touch screen

Xantech’s QuickConfig

GOING FORWARD
Watch Jeremy Glowacki's interview with SIM2 Multimedia CEO Maurizio Cini and SIM2 USA executive VP Alberto Fabiano at the company's headquarters in Pordenone, Italy.

THE INTEGRATION GUIDE TO HDMI
Irish manufacturer RedMere builds a self-powered chip for HDMI cables that boost the HDMI signal, so they can be as small as an eighth of an inch in diameter and still meet demanding data speeds. Find out more about this technology here.

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