Capitol Points the Spotlight on the Connected Home at CEDIA 2016 Capitol is taking its caravan of Connected Home products to the CEDIA Expo, September 15 – 17, in booth #5732 in the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center, Dallas, TX.By RS Staff Published: September 6, 2016 ⋅ Updated: April 15, 2019 Capitol is taking its caravan of Connected Home products to the CEDIA Expo, September 15 – 17, in booth #5732 in the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center, Dallas, TX. “The IoT is having a tremendous effect on the custom market,” commented Curt Hayes, president and CFO, Capitol. “We’re at a point where nearly every home control, entertainment, security, and major appliances all communicate over a robust home network. Our job is to give Capitol’s customers the most lucrative product options and expert education, and nowhere is that more important than at the CEDIA Expo.” Video will be one of the most prevalent categories in the booth, with TCL and Sharp both featuring their latest 4K consumer models, while LG Commercial will be represented by products that are tailored to indoor and outdoor presentations, hotel lobbies, restaurants, and more. The audio category will be highlighted by Denon HEOS, which Capitol makes available to its customers throughout the U.S. HEOS brings Denon-quality audio to any—or all—rooms in the home by easily connecting via Bluetooth or an existing Wi-Fi network through the HEOS app, available for iOS, Android and Fire devices. It gives users multi-room audio control at their fingertips, commanding music in every room from any HEOS device. Another bonus is the ability to stream the Bluetooth content from one speaker to other speakers over the Wi-Fi Network and add one new HEOS HS2 device to an existing HEOS product without concern of compatibility issues. A Connected Home relies on a robust, consistently reliable network 24/7, which is one reason why Luxul will be an important part of Capitol’s CEDIA lineup. Luxul is an innovator of simple-to-deploy professional grade IP networking solutions for use by custom installation professionals. And, for intuitive control of today’s Connected Home, URC Total Control remotes offer operation of entertainment, lighting, climate, and more from one menu. SubscribeFor more stories like this, and to keep up to date with all our market leading news, features and analysis, sign up to our newsletter here.