Ucentric Showcases Connected Home Media Center Solution at CES

Ucentric Systems today announced the planned demonstrations of its Digital Home Solution including its Whole-Home Digital Video Recorder, Whole-Home Music & Whole-Home Photo applications at the 2005 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

DENON SELECTS AWARD -WINNING REALTA HQV™ VIDEO PROCESSING CHIP FOR ITS FLAGSHIP DVD PLAYER

CES Marks Official Launch For the DVD-5910

2005 LIGHTFAIR INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE TOPICS AND SPEAKERS ANNOUNCED

(Atlanta, GA) - Offering five days and more than 190 hours of educational options, LIGHTFAIR INTERNATIONAL 2005 will again present the world's largest and most comprehensive annual architectural and commercial lighting Conference.

CHANNELPLUS EXPANDS CAMERA LINE

Bullet and surface-mount models added for video distribution applications

Sennheiser Unveils Two New Headphones

Affordable Home-Listening Models Highlight Comfort, Performance

Sennheiser Introduces Ultra -Compact Noise -Canceling Duo

Ergonomic, Lightweight Designs Make Noise-Free Travel & Listening Dramatically More Convenient

Affordable -Performance Headphones Models Bow From Sennheiser

Two New Lightweight, Comfortable Designs Bring Serious Personal Listening to New Generation

NetStreams® Vice President Taking on International Markets

Buzz Goddard Appointed as Vice President of International Sales to Develop Overseas Business for Manufacturer of IP-Based Networked Audio & Video Distribution Systems

TBI INTRODUCES EMBEDDED TRANSMISSION LINE SPEAKERS AND SUBWOOFERS

Thorough Bass International is debuting its Majestic satellite and Magellan subwoofers. ETL completely eliminates the cone breakup and distortion especially prevelant in small loudspeakers. ETL provides low bass extension without boom and overhang.

DENON SELECTS AWARD -WINNING REALTA HQV™ VIDEO PROCESSING CHIP FOR ITS FLAGSHIP DVD PLAYER

CES Marks Official Launch For the DVD-5910

HAI to Showcase Award -Winning Products at NextGen05 Home at CES

HAI is providing its award-winning Home Control for Windows Media Center, HAI Lighting Control products, and Omni integrated automation and security controller in the NextGen05 Home for the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas Jan. 6-9, 2005.

HAI's Home Control for Windows Media Center and HAI Lighting Control Win Awards

HAI's Home Control for Windows Media Center was named an Innovations 2005 Design and Engr. Showcase honoree by CES. Both HAI's Home Control and new Lighting Control line were named as Top Products of 2004 by Electrical Products & Solutions magazine.

New QMotions -Baseball™ Active Game System To Be Introduced at CES

Players, Gamers and Families Grab A Bat and Play Your Favorite Video Baseball Game

Affordable -Performance Headphones Models Bow From Sennheiser

Two New Lightweight, Comfortable Designs Bring Serious Personal Listening to New Generation

Sennheiser Unveils Two New Headphones

Affordable Home-Listening Models Highlight Comfort, Performance

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