One lucky winner will be selected in the WyreStorm booth #631 in the Upper Level Exhibit Hall at 3:00 p.m. each day September 26 - 28, 2013.
Cutting-edge technology from global brands to innovative startups will be showcased in advance of 2014 International CES
Sidev to represent the Mirage Audio System in France
FIRST HEADPHONES TO SUPPORT BLU-RAY DISCRETE HDMI 7.1 HD AUDIO; INCLUDES TEN DISCRETE SPEAKERS AND WORLDS FIRST 'BLENDER' HDMI 7.1 HEADPHONES RECEIVER; INCORPORATES TWO HIGH POWERED VIBRATION SUBWOOFERS THAT YOU CAN LITERALLY FEEL
National distribution leader introduces automated savings with "Smart Rewards" to recognize loyal retail customers with incentives and bonuses.
OpenSqueeze Solo provides multi-room streaming audio with access to local music and Internet Radio Services, plus it can be controlled by third-party control systems like Crestron, AMX, Control4, RTI, Savant, Bitwise, Elan, URC, HomeSeer, and more
Recognition Marks En Pointe's Sixth Consecutive Operational Excellence Win
The HDMI Forum, the nonprofit body that oversees the HDMI specification, recently announced version 2.0. There were numerous changes, not least support for higher frame rates than are possible with the current 1.4 specification. Do you need to upgrade? Will your cables still work? What does this mean for the future of TVs? Do you care? Answers for all these questions (except maybe the last one) below... First, here's where we are now. The until-now most recent version of the HDMI specification was version 1.4. It specified a number of things, like 4,096x2,160-pixel resolution up to 24 frames per second, or 3,820x2,160 up to 30fps. If you've bought any gear with an HDMI connector in the past few years, it's probably version 1.4. It carried over all the features and support from previous versions, plus added 3D, Audio Return Channel, and so on. 2.0 for 4K With the TV industry moving inexorably toward Ultra HD "4K," it was clear there needed to be more bandwidth in the connection to handle the future's higher resolutions and frame rates. On that front, HDMI 2.0 delivers, supporting "4K" (2160p by the Forum's explanation) up to 60fps. This allows for full-resolution 4K 3D, along with higher-frame-rate 2D content, like (potentially) home videos and computer games (PC, not PS4/Xbox One). Since almost all movies are shot at 24fps, this increase is less important for feature films or scripted TV shows. Full Article:
Tributaries® and Clarus proudly announce the appointment of Nova Marketing to represent both brands in Minnesota, Western Wisconsin, North and South Dakota, and while the St. Peters Sales Agency will handle Kentucky and Indiana, both effective immediately.
KEF's V300 Dual-Speaker System Now Available: Transform A Simple Room With A Television Into A Hi-Fi Home Theatre
Simple Yet Sleek Design Of Entire V Series Pairs With KEF's 50+ Years Of Audio Expertise To Enhance The TV-Based Home Theatre Experience
The Most Scalable HDMI Matrix Switcher on the Market
Stereo East Home Theater adds a high performance audio demo to their showroom in Frisco, TX. With top-of-the-line speakers, this room is any audiophile's dream.
GAVA connects audio/video and lighting devices in a home or commercial environment using IP.
Matrix Supports Dual Display Applications for Residential and Commercial A/V System Applications
Crestron has announced the appointment of Neill Nixon, who joins Crestron International as Business Development Manager - UK Lighting Specialist.
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Automation & Control - Featured Product
Custom scenes (connecting up to 250 switches) in your living, family or great room, kitchen, study, master bedroom/bathroom, and office. Turn off all lights in your home at the touch of a button. Automatically (Timer Scheduler) turn on/off outdoor security lights, heating and AC, or provide night light convenience anywhere in your home. From creating a virtual 3 way switch anywhere in your home, to turning a group of lights when your garage door is opened, door bell or phone rings.