Dolby Shows Latest HDR Display Prototype Developed in Collaboration with SIM2

Dolby delivers high-dynamic-range technologies for improved contrast and brightness for LCD displays with LED backlight technology

Rodin Promotes Steve Hakes to Sr. Vice President - Sales

Hakes will now be Responsible for Identifying and Selling to Domestic National and Strategic Accounts, and Overseeing Int'l Sales and Domestic Zone Managers for the Phoenix Gold®, AudioSource®, and Carver® Brands

Tripp Lite Honored with 2008 Mark of Excellence Award

The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA®) announced that Tripp Lite has won a 2008 Mark of Excellence Award, presented by CEA's TechHome Division.

Accell has the Competition Beat with their New Line of DisplayPort Cables

Possibly the first DisplayPort cables or adapter products on the market, Accell provides attractive products of high quality, without sacrificing performance

TRITTON's AX Visor is the Crème de la Crème of Bluetooth Car Companions

The AX Visor is the ideal solution for hands free communication, offering an OLED display for caller ID, auto connect feature, 400 hour stand by, and dual microphones in a sleek design whose width and length are smaller than a dollar bill.

PLANAR'S NEW PD8130 AND PD8150 PROPEL THE BRAND INTO THE CUSTOM 1080P PROJECTOR MARKET

These single-chip DLP projectors redefine 1080p performance and deliver features and style that integrators and their customers demand.

LIFE|WARE™ USER INTERFACE NOW AVAILABLE ON RTI INTELLIGENT REMOTES

New partnership further expands homeowner access to Life|ware digital entertainment and automation systems through best-of-breed control devices.

Dolby Shows Latest HDR Display Prototype Developed in Collaboration with SIM2

Dolby delivers high-dynamic-range technologies for improved contrast and brightness for LCD displays with LED backlight technology

Antennas Direct names winner of Cable Horror Stories contest

Lighthearted contest exposes personal tragedy

Colorado vNet Appoints New Chief Operating Officer and VP of Engineering

Colorado vNet announces Ron Phillips as its new Chief Operating Officer and VP of Engineering. In these roles, Phillips will oversee several key operational systems including engineering, testing and manufacturing.

HLCA Launches New Online Education Resource

New website dedicated to consumers, system integrators, installers, homebuilders and designers of home lighting control systems

Solid Signal named one of only a few retailers on DTV 2009 Web site

Approximately 38 million coupons will be issued for converter boxes during DTV 2009

Top Industry Magazine Publishers Join Prestigious Roster of ELAN® Tech Week 2008 Sponsors

EH Publishing Signs On as Lead Media Sponsor While Mendelsohn Media Secures Supporting Sponsor Position for Top-Rated Tech Training Event

Pantel Weatherproof LCD HDTVs Bring the Entire Party Outside

Currently Available in 32- and 42-Inch Screen Sizes, Pantel's LCD HDTVs Resist the Elements, Allowing Residential and Commercial Customers the Ultimate Outdoor Luxury Viewing Option

TV One -task adds RGB/YPbPr Distribution Amplifiers with Stereo Audio

The 1T-DA-472 and 1T-DA-474 are the latest addition to the TV One-task line of professional Distribution Amplifiers. They will distribute two or four RGB/YPbPr outputs with Stereo Audio at a distance up to 300 ft.

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