Union City, CA–Visitors to the 2005 National Association of Broadcasters show in Las Vegas, Nevada, will see advancements in high-definition video technology and IP-based multi-room audio.
The theme for this NextGen Home is “First to the Future.” Employing new technologies from advanced electronics to super-strong structures, the NextGen Home aims to demonstrate how to enhance quality, durability, efficiency, safety, and affordability of homes of the future.
This unit features a contemporary floor plan with the kitchen at the center activity, and an eclectic elevation that will fit into any neighborhood. NetStreams DigiLinX system will allow visitors to experience high quality multi-room audio throughout the house and on the deck. Runco International is including four displays, inlcuding Runcos Video Xtreme VX-2c Projection System, and from the CinemaWall Series of flat-panel plasma monitors, the CW-50MC, and two CW-42HD models.
Exhibits at the 2005 NAB Show will be open from April 18 through the 21st.
“Consumers are gaining a richer experience of the media at home as both home entertainment and broadcast technology advance,” said Bob Hana, president of Runco International.
“In the 2005 NextGen Demonstration Home, Runco International will show how its high-definition video displays bring consumers the quality content they want, with designs that elegantly complement any dcor. Our projectors and flat-panel monitors are designed to provide high performance while easily integrating with a variety of interiors and high-end audio/video systems. The NextGen Home is a great opportunity for visitors to see those concepts in action, and to get the Runco experience up close.”