Sonos Introduces The Play:1, A Little $199 Speaker With Big Sound

Over the years, Sonos has built a reputation for producing high-quality stereo components that can magically connect to your own personal music library, as well as a large number of streaming services online. Today the company is introducing the Play:1, which is the smallest, most affordable product in its portfolio of wireless speakers. The Play:1 follows a number of new products that Sonos has released recently, as it seeks to capture a new generation of fans who are turning to streaming music services to get their fix. There was the Sonos Playbar, released earlier this year as the centerpiece of its home-theater ambitions, as well as the Sonos Subsubwoofer launched a year ago. In each case, Sonos is making components that are designed to quickly and easily plug in to any user’s home network and turn up high-definition sound with minimal fuss. Each piece works by connecting to the Sonos Bridge, which is like the central hub for any and all Sonos products in the home. From there, products can be paired with each other in the same room, or they can be connected separately in different rooms to create a whole-home stereo system. Being able to connect, mix, match, and reconfigure your home theater system is kind of like “speaker LEGOs”, as one Sonos executive described it to me.

Kramer's K-TV Ready for Prime Time

K-TV YouTube Channel videos will serve as tutorials for audiovisual professionals, giving them practical advice for solving common interfacing problems they may encounter!

CAYIN to Cultivate Digital Signage Businesses in the Middle East

From October 21 to November 5, CAYIN will participate in the 2013 Taiwan Trade Mission to the Middle East, held by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council. CAYIN will share its extensive experience in digital signage solutions to visitors from emerging markets in the Middle East.

Home Automation and Control Systems Market Is Expected to Reach $35,627.83 Million by 2016 - New Report by MarketsandMarkets.

Home Automation Market and Control Systems Market report is categorized on the basis of different products and geographical analysis, forecasting revenue, and analyzing trends.

New Home Theater Installation Company in Charlotte, NC

Now open in Midtown Charlotte at 601 South Kings Drive, next to Mama Ricotta's, Tecknos Entertaining Solutions. Owners, David Stollmack and Mathieu Billarant, opened the doors to their new Home Theater Installation Company in July of 2013.

Smart Thermostat Learns Room Energy Needs

Comfort is Calculated on Occupancy, Weather and Solar Loads

Edimax Technology Unveils 300Mbps Universal Wi-Fi Bridge Home Entertainment Solution

Offering Wi-Fi connectivity for any wired Ethernet device at 11n speeds up to 300Mbps

GUNN Audio Announces New iWall DAB Sound Tower

GUNN iWall DAB is an all-in-one speaker tower

Almo Professional A/V Announces Final Registration for E4 AV Southern California Oct. 18

NEC Display Solutions to Sponsor New Brain Freeze Tech Panel; Keynote Address and Tech Panel Available Live Via Webstream

TEPCO adopts G3-PLC specification for Home Energy Management Systems (Route B)

It will be deployed for 27 million customers between 2014 and 2024.

PolyPhon™ Polyester: The Next Generation Acoustical Panel

PolyPhon™ Polyester Acoustical Panels are a sound absorbing treatment developed with environmental friendliness in mind.

Monitor Audio New CP Trimless Series

The new Controlled Performance Trimless Series offers TEN new architectural speaker models, delivering reliable high performance to every installation!

SANUS Sets a Trend with New Trillium Collection of Modern AV Furniture

Cutting-edge style combined with capacity for AV gear, makes the Trillium collection a chic addition to any room.

RTI Now Shipping Elegant, Affordable KX2 In-Wall Controller

Remote Technologies Incorporated (RTI) today announced that it is now shipping its award-winning KX2 in-wall controller.

Apple iWatch is actually a home automation play, not a smartphone companion (analyst)

Samsung’s Galaxy Gear smartwatch launched a couple of weeks ago as a fat, ugly, and expensive smartphone accessory. That’s not where Apple is going with iWatch. Rather, Apple is looking to create a device that will allow you to control your music, your temperature, your security, your lighting, your energy use, your entertainment, and potentially much more, says Cantor Fitzgerald’s Brian White, who talked to Taiwanese and mainland China suppliers. “As an Apple supplier, our contact offered insight into the “iWatch” and described this potential new device as much more than an extension of your iPhone but as a multi-purpose gateway in allowing consumers to control their home (i.e., heating/cooling, lights, audio, video, etc.),” White said today in a research note.

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