OnQ Technologies Introduces Sneak Preview of 2004 Products at CEDIA 2003

OnQ Technologies introduces a sneak preview of 2004 products at CEDIA, including the new OnQ Gold and Blue Line Series Speakers.

OnQ Technologies Receives Electronic House 2003 Product of the Year Award

OnQ Technologies, Inc., the leader in the home networking systems market, recently received the Electronic House Magazine "2003 Product of the Year" award for the OnQ® 2x10 KSU/PBX Telephone System.

OpenHouse Offers Premium Package of Structured Wire Products

To take the guesswork out of structured wiring, OpenHouse has put together in a single enclosure, a Premium Package of its structured wiring technologies for easy connection of entertainment, communications, safety, and automation products.

Panamax Intros New Products, Exhibits and Trains at CEDIA Expo 2003

Panasonic and Orient Power Choose TI's New Digital Amplifiers

TI Introduces New PurePath Digital(TM) Devices Offering Greater Efficiency While Lowering System Cost

Panasonic Introduces First Cable -Ready HDTV At CEDIA

Set With CableLabs Certification Leads The Way For HDTV Penetration

Parasound Adds Two -way RS -232 Capability to its Halo T 3 FM/AM Tuner

Parasound enhances the flexibility and utility of its popular Halo T 3 FM/AM Tuner by adding two-way RS-232 capability.

Parasound Debuts Improved In -Wall Subwoofer

Parasound introduces the model C 1002 in-wall subwoofer designed for easy installation in standard sheet-rock 2x4 stud walls. It will replace the company's popular PAL-1002.

PEERLESS' NEW 2003 PRODUCT GUIDE IS AVAILABLE

This product guide delivers 80 pages of mounting solutions for flat panel screens, projectors and more.

Peerless' New Spider™ Universal Projector Mount

The Spider™ Mount is designed to match virtually every projector on the market and eliminates the need for a model-spcific adapter plate.

Phase Technology Launches Velocity Speaker Line

All-New High Fidelity Speaker Series Puts Ultimate Home Theater Performance in a Gorgeous Aesthetic Design

Phase Technology Releases New In -Wall Subwoofer Series

In-Wall Sub Systems Put Huge, Box Subwoofer Sound In Any Room and Decor

Pioneer (USA) is Licensed by Imaging Science Foundation, Inc.

The Imaging Science Foundation licenses Pioneer Electronics for a dealer activated consumer ISf menu selection. "The ISF mode is the highest compliment any manufacturer can pay their dealers"

Premiere HTS Introduces "Euro -Deco" Home Theater Seating Designs

Premiere HTS announced the expansion of their best-selling MovieLounger™ product line with the addition of the Bijou and La Reina models. Both models boast Premiere HTS' recent advancements in design, craftsmanship, and materials.

ReplayTV Offers the Most Powerful DVRs on the Planet

Built-in 3 year subscription, No-Fee Networking, Industry's Largest Capacity and Top Performance Make the New 5500 Series the Best DVR Solution for the Custom Installation Market

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