Digital Projection International (DPI) an Emmy® Award-winning manufacturer of high performance projection systems, announces the new LED-based "Lifetime Illumination" dVision 30-1080p LED projector.
Digital Projection International (DPI) an Emmy® Award-winning manufacturer of high performance projection systems, announces the dVision 35-WQXGA, the first precision DLP® projector to deliver over 4 million pixels of imagery.
Digital Projection International (DPI) an Emmy® Award-winning manufacturer of high performance projection systems, announces the active-3D enabled M-Vision Cine 400-3D.
Digital Projection International and Mechdyne Corporation networked and collaborative visualization solutions, introduce two new 3D-enabled media servers under the Dimension brand.
The 2010 CEDIA Expo Audience Choice and Designer Award recipients have now been publicly revealed.
Home Technology Specialists of America Adds Paradigm to Expanding Roster of Vendors
Kramer Matrix™ Product Search Engine Available as iPhone app and Kramer Gives Products a More Elegant Look
Sony on Tuesday officially launched four HDTV's loaded with the Google TV interface, as well as a Google TV Blu-ray player. The company's Google TV products will be called Sony Internet TV and will range in price from $399.99 for the Blu-ray player to $1,399.99 for the 46-inch HDTV. Sony first announced plans to produce a Google TV-branded set at the search engine giant's May I/O developer conference. Sony said it would bring to market HDTVs loaded with Google TV, Google's Android operating system customized for HDTV screens. Google TV aims to provide a clean and easy way to browse the Web, watch TV, and run applications all on your HDTV. The four HDTVs and Blu-ray player all include a remote control that features a thumb-sized QWERTY keyboard. Sony said the remote has design elements borrowed from a controller of a Sony PS3, like the trigger buttons on top and two directional pads on the front. It was very comfortable to use.
The Garden State Employment and Training Association (GSETA) Recognizes Crestron for Outstanding Service to New Jersey's Workforce Development Community
Niles Presents SoundTech Marketing with Sales Rep of the Year Award, Peter Dyroff of the Jarmac Group with Lifetime Achievement Award
Marantz were early arrivals at the Apple AirPlay shindig, stating that its Melody Media all-in-one system, was "the world's first AirPlay certified music system". Since that announcement, Denon has also confrimed that it will come a rocking down AirPlay avenue, via a firmware update on some of its systems. And now, Marantz has announced a similar plan and declared what systems it will be including in its AirPlay line-up.The AirPlay update will be coming to Marantz's SR7005 AV receiver, the AV7005 AV preamplifier, the NA7004 network audio player and the Melody Media (M-CR603) networked CD receiver. Ken Ishiwata, brand ambassador of Marantz said: “Marantz has always been at the forefront of every music packaged media playback, be it mono LP, stereo LP, CD and SACD. "However people’s lifestyle and needs changed. Nowadays the use of iPod and iPhone is very popular and rapidly increasing. That is why it is a natural step for Marantz to make AirPlay possible on our products and we strongly believe this way of listening music will bring Marantz closer to people. "AirPlay uses Apple’s lossless format and this allows high quality music playback from the Marantz systems. AirPlay adds yet another great dimension to the content enjoyment experience made possible through Marantz’s relationship with a variety of streaming partners. "Our consumers, as well as valued retail partners, have always depended on Marantz for the most advanced innovations and leading-edge technologies that take the home entertainment experience to the next level and provide creative solutions for maximum enjoyment and flexibility." It isn't yet known how much the upgrade will cost, but we expect it to be around £40 (US $60).
A Netflix spokesperson would not confirm nor deny online chatter the DVD rental service is testing a $7.99 streaming-only plan in select markets nationwide. According to hackingnetflix.com, Los Gatos, Calif.-based Netflix is testing a plan that would include a $2-per-month option to rent one DVD at a time, bringing the total cost to $9.99 per month — $1 more than the current $8.99 plan for one DVD and unlimited streaming. Last month Netflix bowed a $7.99 (Canadian) streaming-only plan in Canada — the company’s first foreign business venture. CEO Reed Hastings mentioned Netflix would be launching a streaming-only service in the United States in the near future. “We’re always testing consumer sentiment for everything related to Netflix, whether it is pricing, website design, content or devices,” said Netflix spokesperson Steve Swasey, adding he wouldn’t confirm any specific testing. Noteworthy is that Netflix has offered a domestic ($7.99) streaming-only option for Starz Media content, which includes Disney titles, since 2008.
Home Technology Specialists of America Adds IC Realtime and GoldenEar Technology
Focused on Building the Kramer and Sierra Video Brands in Educational Vertical Market
Atlona Technologies announces the latest in AV installations with 7 inch PRO HD Testing Monitor with HDMI, VGA and Component Inputs
Atlona Technologies soon to release advanced version of previous EXC!TE Award winning 7"HD Testing Monitor, now with HDMI, VGA, and Component Inputs, the DIS7-PROHD
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INTRODUCING THE SIMPLEST WAY TO CONTROL YOUR ENTIRE HOUSE YOUR VOICE. Imagine this... We've all been there-walking through the door into a dark house, arms full. Wouldn't it be nice to tell your house to offer a helping hand? Now you can. A simple voice command-such as "Alexa, turn on Welcome"-lights up the hallway and kitchen, fires up your favorite Pandora station, while the door locks itself behind you. This is Control4 Home Automation with Amazon Alexa.