ELAN® Opens Another Training Center, Providing Dealers with Seven Hands -On "Power Of Three" Locations Nationwide

New Marblehead, Massachusetts Instruction Facility Brings Complete ELAN, Sunfire and HomeLogic Training Closer to Dealers Throughout the Northeast

Streaming21 & Microsoft Head to Japan with Windows Home Server

Unveils Seamless Digital Home Solution at Windows Home Server Consumer Launch Press Event

ReQuest Unveils Intelligent Media Client

Network Add-on Brings Local DVD, Video, and Music Playback and Archiving to Multiroom Systems

Bowers & Wilkins Launches New CM Series Models

Elegant range gets sophisticated new speakers and a stylish new finish

CodexNovus Holds "Introduction to Digital Media Library/Players Seminar at CEDIA Expo 2008

CodexNovus will host a live training seminar at CEDIA Expo 2008, Friday, September 5th from 4-5:30 p.m. in the Centennial H Room at the HyattRegency.

Bower & Wilkins Adds 600 Series Sub

The affordable 600 Series from Bowers & Wilkins, British maker of widely admired high-performance loudspeakers, has been an unqualified success since its introduction among customers and critics alike.

Wisdom Audio Launches L150i Reference Line Source In -Wall Speaker for Sage Series High -End Architectural Audio System at 2008 CEDIA Expo

Wisdom's L150i, which is Available Only as an In-Wall Model, Incorporates Two All Aluminum Cabinets and Full Back Boxes Per Channel, is the Tallest Line Source Within the Acclaimed Sage Series

NuVision® Showcases New High -Definition Amplified Cat -5 Distribution and Control System at 2008 CEDIA Expo

The MultiView NCMVIR46 is a Six Zone, Four HD Source Amplified Distribution, Matrix, and Control System Made Specifically for Use with NuVision Displays

Marmitek introduces the Connect225!

Do you have multiple devices that you want to connect to your TV but you don't want a bunch of cables coming from behind your TV? Don't you ever want to change cables behind your TV again or are you just short of connections?

Rotel Introduces the new 15 Series Home Audio Components

For nearly five decades, home audio electronics manufacturer Rotel has been known worldwide for creating components that deliver serious audio and video performance at affordable prices.

Panamax Partners With Peters -Revington to Offer High -End Home Theater Furniture Equipped With Power Management Systems

Now Shipping to Dealers, Media Cabinets Feature Panamax's M8-HT for the Longevity and Enhanced Performance of A/V Components

D -Tools Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary at CEDIA Expo

D-Tools unveils latest version of award-winning system integration software

ReQuest Unveils Intelligent Media Client

Network Add-on Brings Local DVD, Video, and Music Playback and Archiving to Multiroom Systems

GAO FiberOptics introduces one of the world's fastest Fusion Splicers.

Toronto, ON - GAO FiberOptics has added the GAO730 Fiber Optic Fusion Splicer to its product line of fiber optic equipment. It boasts an 8-second fusion splice time, which is among the fastest times in the world for this type of product.

2009 Storage Visions Conference Announces SanDisk Gold Sponsorship and Panasonic Keynote

SanDisk joins as a Gold sponsor of the 2009 Storage Visions Conference and plans to discuss significant developments in the flash memory and SSD industry.

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