Making Lives a Bit Easier
Rachelle Friedman’s life changed forever in 2010 when a prank at her bachelorette party caused her to hit her head on the bottom of...
If Walt Disney had been as adroit with a soldering iron as he was with a sketch pen, he might have come up with...
It doesn’t seem that long ago that 5.1 surround was the ultimate in home theater audio.
A lot of high-end audiophile AV clients have become obsessed with adding turntables and tube amplifiers to their home listening systems, but digital will...
Stampede Continues its Run
When Kevin Kelly and Mark Wilkins look to one side, they see an AV integration business in flux as residential dealers look for new...
Gettin’ Down with Subs
What’s harder to write: a 10,000-word explication of the Trilateral Commission’s role in global conspiracies for The New Yorker, or fitting a comprehensive definition...
Putting audio and video into the garage used to be exotic, but the man-cave trend moved it to the front burner for a...
What’s Your Demo?
Sound quality is inherently subjective, so it’s only natural that the sources audio and home theater systems’ designers use to align and tweak them...
Whole-house audio has been one of the bright spots in consumer electronics product sales in recent years.
Work and Play
Automated technology systems that light up the house and start the AC blowing are great to come home to after work, but what...