The Newest multi-zone mixer amp from Cloud offers 120 watts at low impedance or 70V into 4 independent zones.
InfoComm 2014 - Prysm to Exhibit Cascade Collaboration Solutions and 4K UHD Capabilities at InfoComm 2014
Prysm's Cascade series is an all-in-one digital display solution that supports telepresence, content sharing, video, apps, and more. Prysm will showcase its Cascade collaboration solutions as well as a 15ft wide by 9ft high 4K UHD video wall in booth N1115 at InfoComm 2014.
New WD TV Media Player Gives Users the Freedom to Enjoy Virtually Any Media File Format on Their TV
New Energy Efficient Troffers Feature 'Best in Class' Technology for Variety of Commercial Applications
InfoComm 2014 - OCA Alliance to Demonstrate Standards-Based Open Control Architecture at InfoComm June 18-20 in Las Vegas
Fast-Growing Audio Association Set for Initial Demo at Booth C11547, with Member Company Products, Technical Support
Samsung LYNKâ„˘ REACH 3.0 provides hoteliers with a fully customizable, cost-effective solution for delivering and managing dynamic guestroom content
Four Models From Legendary Brand Synthesize Technology, Performance and Price
The CEA Indexes comprise the ICE and ICTE, both of which are updated on a monthly basis through consumer surveys.
Companion app to SIX 2013 enables electronic systems integrators to remotely generate bids and later import them into the D-Tools SIX 2013 software platform for full project design and management
InfoComm 2014 - ARTHUR HOLM will be showcasing a special version of its Dynamic3 including double microphone, Dynamic1H and DynamicVision, for the first time in the US market during the next edition of InfoComm.
These products will be on display at the booth n. C11 322 from the next 18 to 20th of June in Las Vegas Convention Center.
We are now hearing word from Financial Times that Apple is looking to enter the home automation space with a “Smart Home” initiative that will kick off next month at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). The details of Apple’s system were first revealed in a patent filing last year, but the time is now for Apple to introduce the functionality according to Financial Times. The earlier filing (Patent No. 8,577,392) described how an iPhone or iPad could be used to control “lighting systems, security systems, garage-door openers, music controllers, climate controllers, or kitchen appliances” – in fact it could be similar in scope to AirPlay and iBeacon, but geared towards home automation products and appliances. Apple sees its Smart Home system as being superior to other “automatic operations” that are currently on the market: Automatic operations are frequently sub-optimal due to variations in a person's daily routines. A person can leave work at different times each day, can encounter different traffic patterns, or can exhibit different hunger levels. Thus, unpredictable events and emotions can make it difficult to establish automatic operations that consistently produce desired results. The Financial Times gives the example of how a homeowner’s lights could be turned simply by entering the home with an iPhone in his or her pocket.
The vast majority of wireless connectivity chipsets - 60% - will be standalone during 2014, and this share will increase to two-thirds of the market in 2019.
As LED growth accelerates, GE introduces its most incandescent-like consumer LED portfolio yet, making an all-LED home possible ----While LED capabilities give us greater control and flexibility, consumers still want familiar quality of light and basic lighting application needs met
FSR is Poised to Please with Practical, Cost-Effective Solutions for Education, Faith-Based, Corporate, Hospitality and Entertainment Applications
Ultra-mobile projector is the smallest, lightest and most affordable LED from InFocus
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Automation & Control - Featured Product
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.