Amina Introduces ALF40 Low Frequency Bass Enhancer Subwoofer

Subwoofer has a visual impact smaller than the footprint of a GU10 lamp.

TheaterStation® TS Remote application for iPhone and iPod Touch is now shipping!

Quickly access and enjoy your media. Easily switch between any rooms inside your home.

Digital Projection Adds Director of Simulation and Visualization

Digital Projection Inc. (DPI), an Emmy® Award-winning manufacturer of high performance projection systems, announced the appointment of Phil Laney as Director of Simulation and Visualization.

Atlona Technologies officially partners with Datumstruct, Asia Pacific's largest Audio/Video distributor based in Singapore.

Singapore based distributor, Datumstruct, officially carrying Atlona Technologies' solutions based Audio/Video connectivity products.

JL Audio Releases Nissan 370Z Stealthbox for the Ultimate Subwoofer Experience

JL Audio makes over 120 different vehicle specific Stealthbox subwoofer systems and now introduces a design for the popular Nissan 370Z.

Silver Screen and Sound Features Digital Projection's TITAN 3D in High Performance Demo

ATLANTA, GA - March 11, 2010 - Silver Screen and Sound will host their first-annual "High Performance AV Event" on March 12 and 13 in Towson, Maryland.

MOZAEX SIGNS INVISION UK AS ITS EXCLUSIVE UNITED KINGDOM DISTRIBUTOR

Mozaex™, the premiere manufacturer of multi-room, multi-media Blu-ray entertainment servers, is proud to announce that it has signed Invision UK to distribute its full line of Blu-ray Entertainment Servers throughout the United Kingdom.

Shayna Bramley Joins Crestron As National Lighting Education Manager

Crestron Expands Commercial Lighting Education and Training Program; Hires New National Lighting Education Manager

Cine -tal Systems to Include Blue Echo Solutions hd EZ lock with Davio Visual Display Processors

Blue Echo Solutions announced today that it has entered a partnership with Cine-tal Systems to include hd EZ lock Universal HDMI Locking Adapters with every Cine-tal Davio visual display processor.

Three TMPGEnc Programs Now Offer Windows Media Center TV Input Support

Import Windows Media Center .wtv files, Remove Unwanted Commercials, Convert Video to other Formats such as for iPod or PSP, Create DVD, DivX or Blu-ray Menus

BitWise Controls Receives Strategic Investment - Moves offices to Denver Tech Center

February 19, 2010, Englewood, CO - BitWise Controls, manufacturer of IP-enabled control systems for commercial and home automation systems, announces a strategic investment from ProLink Solutions, a Denver based software solutions provider. BitWise

Crestron Delivers ARRA -Complaint Controls

Crestron Satisfies Requirements for "Buy American" and "Energy Efficiency" Grants under the American Reconstruction and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA)

New - 1.0/2.3 Broadcast Quality Connectors - One -Piece / Easy Connect

Holland Electronics, Ventura CA, has announced a new line of one-piece Series 1.0/2.3 RF connectors for high density digital router applications.

U.S. Electronic Systems Contractors optimistic about business prospects in 2010

Seventy-five percent expect sales to improve in 2010

StJohn Group Debuts Sleek Cabasse Ambrose 3 Loudspeaker

New LCR Speaker with Uses Proprietary Point Source Technology

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