CyberPower Inc. today announced its FANG Mini series - an ultra-small form factor computer that delivers Intel or AMD quad core gaming rig power in a system that measures just 4.5 x 4.3 x 2.4 inches. The systems can be customized with prices starting at $799.
New research addresses current trends, consumer adoption, and revenue models in smartphone market
Speaker applications accepted today through June 13, 2014
Reaches Over 500 Individual Members
Esteemed roster of industry leaders to steer consumer awareness effort
HARMAN's Luxury Audio Group To Exhibit Its New Mark Levinson No 585 Integrated Amplifier at HIGH END 2014 in Munich
HIGH END 2014 at the MOC Munich, Atrium 4, (May 15 - 18, 2014).
Continuing Education in Visual Display System Fundamentals Responds to Simulation Industry Needs
The Cable Prowlerâ„¢ Tests and Reports in Full Color, Combining the Functionality of a High-End Cable and Length Measurement Tester with the Capability to Identify Link Status, Link Capability, and PoE Detection with Internal Memory to Save Results
San Antonio's leading source for home theater and custom AV installation beefs up its subwoofer offerings with ported, sealed and cylinder models from SVS.
Home-automation start-up Revolv is trying to make it easier for consumers to select products compatible with its $299 hub, which incorporates multiple wireless technologies to control home-automation products made by other companies. The products can be controlled through the hub via an iOS app. On its website, Revolv created four product packages consisting of its hub and such products as a Yale Z-Wave deadbolt, Honeywell Z-Wave thermostat, Nest thermostat, Insteon wireless motion sensor, Belkin and Insteon plug-in appliance-control modules, Philips Hue and Insteon LED light bulbs, and the Sonos Play:1 networked wireless speaker. The bundles are fulfilled by Amazon. Revolv sells its hub on its web site and through Amazon, the Smarthome catalog, Smarthome.com, and Build.com. Revolv is also testing sales through 72 Home Depot stores and Home Depot’s web site.
Although high-res audio has been around for a while now, the public really knows very little about it. Until recently, talk of high-res audio has been relegated mostly to audiophile mags and enthusiast forums. But with the recent success of Neil Young’s Pono projector on Kickstarter, Sony’s declaration of war against the MP3, and a surprising move toward high-end audio by Samsung, the topic has been making headlines and generating interest … and a lot of questions. So we decided to answer them. Here is everything you need to get up to speed on high-res audio, in plain English, so that you can really wrap your head around what may be be the next big development in consumer audio. What does the term “high-res audio” mean? The consumer electronics industry and news media only recently embraced the term “high-res audio.” Before now, it was often called HD audio (which we would argue makes a lot more sense). But, now that the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) has gotten involved, standards are being formed and it looks like “high-resolution audio” is the way we’re going to go. While high-res audio is really a very broad term that could apply to any kind of high-quality sound, it has become popular to use it to refer specifically to high-quality digital music files. For many, “high-res” means anything better than CD quality, but there are some measurements and formats we get into a little bit later that help us identify some of the most common kinds of high-res audio. Full Article:
Ovation Signature - MSRP $499 ----Immediate replacement for OMS-0
Bright House Networks Home Security & Control Provides Advanced Home Management and Always-On Connection
'Sony Experience at Best Buy,' in approximately 350 Stores Nationwide
T1Visions today announces InfoComm 2014 will set the stage for the upcoming release of its latest proprietary software application, ThinkHubâ„¢.
Records 4756 to 4770 of 28766
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.