Mitsubishi Drops DLP Displays: Goodbye RPTVs Forever
A pioneer of big-screen rear projection TVs, Mitsubishi (MEVSA) was the last hold-out in DLP displays, and finally is discontinuing the line as part of a corporate restructuring.
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The Absolute Coolest Thing at CEDIA 2016: Virtual Reality to Help Sell Home Theaters
REAL Audio Video’s Virtual Reality (VR) pre-visualization technology lets clients see and interact with their home theater design before construction.
Editor’s Pick: 12 Great New Products from CEDIA 2016
CE Pro Product Editor Bob Archer picks the 12 products that stood out to him most at CEDIA 2016, from 4K and HDR to audio and monitoring services.
Hiding the Ugly Hardware of Beautiful Automated Shades
This unique solution to hiding the hardware of motorized, automated window shades makes this smart home worthy of Lutron’s Excellence Award for Best Shading Installation.
CEDIA Tease: iRoom’s Lockable iPad Tabletop Charger and IP Controller
New for CEDIA 2016: iRoom adds a lock to its iTop charger to secure any-sized iPad or other iOS device, plus a Wi-Fi controller to link buttons on the iBezel to automation commands.
Integrator Designs, Builds His Own Replacement Cable TV Set-Top Box
FCC’s ‘Unlock the Box’ initiative enables CE pro to create 4K-capable cable set-top box replacement with DVR integration, Apple TV compatibility and access to OTT and locally shared file content.
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Inside First Ever Private Day-and-Date Home Theater with Barco Projection
Upgrading from Runco to Barco, the home cinema is decked out with a Barco Residential Prometheus I, DCI compliant 4K digital projector, JBL Synthesis sound system and more.
Inside a Luxury Yacht Complete with Lighting Control and a 3D Cinema
This 130-foot yacht features all the creature comforts of a smart home, plus a home theater and a disco room. It's no wonder it won Lutron's Excellence Award for Best Nautical Installation.
9 Most Spectacular High-Tech Homes of the Year
Winners of the Home of the Year Awards represent the ingenuity of integrators to solve clients’ high-tech hopes, in spectacular and sophisticated fashion.
Overcoming MDU Restrictions to Turn Modest Condo Into Luxury High-Tech Home
Home of the Year Gold Winner for Before & After. Ordinary condo turns to twice-the-size luxury vacation home, made possible by distributed A/V, Savant whole-house control and teamwork by the integration firm, builder and...
1800s Barn Provides High-Tech, Energy Efficient Escape
Home of the Year Gold Winner for Unique Space. From Savant control to LED lighting, every piece of technology in this renovated barn was chosen for its low energy consumption. The goal was to use technology ... to get away...
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