By Julie Jacobson · February 5, 2015 • In this edition of Throwback Thursday, look at 5 awesome light/speaker combos from ISE 2010, featuring beautiful designs, excellent audio, and very bright lights -- a far cry from their predecessors
By Jason Knott · November 13, 2014 • For Throwback Thursday, CE Pro goes back to 2011 and takes a look at a 12,000-square-foot masterpiece in Bel Air, Calif. featuring automated waterfalls, whole-house music, climate control and 180-plus lighting loads.
By Jason Knott · October 2, 2014 • Throwback Thursday goes back to January of this year when Peerless-AV jumped into the wireless audio market at CES 2014 with the debut of PeerSound, an 8-channel rack-mountable wireless audio system sold only via the custom electronics channel.
By Jason Knott · August 25, 2014 • Wireless Speaker and Audio Association adds six member companies, including Monitor Audio and several OEM manufacturers.
By Rachel Cericola · March 4, 2014 • A new wireless streaming music speaker system and other potential audio goodies around high-res audio could be on the way from Onkyo with the company's product development teaming with Imagination Technologies.
By Robert Archer · January 23, 2014 • BenQ's W1500 Projector is an affordable solution that produces a bright and vivid image for cable and Blu-ray content with praise-worthy 3D performance.
By Rachel Cericola · January 22, 2014 • Silicon Image's upcoming solution is based on its 60GHz WirelessHD technology and includes a transmitter and a receiver that can send full, bit-accurate video at data rates up to 8Gbps.
By Rachel Cericola · January 16, 2014 • AURALiC's new Lightning Streaming promises high-resolution audio wirelessly with support for DSD, Double-Rate DSD, DXD, and USB Output to DACs. Lightning features include a quad-core ARM Coretex-A9 processor running at 1GHz, as well as 2GB DDR3 onboard memory and a dual-band 802.11ac Gigabit Wi-Fi infrastructure.
By Rachel Cericola · January 16, 2014 • Gefen's new Wireless Extender for HDMI 60 GHz promises uncompressed full 1080p HD streams without wires up to 33 feet between the source component and TV. The plug-and-play system uses the 60 GHz EHF (Extremely High Frequency) radio band and can support 3D, as well as lossless High Bit Rate (HBR) 7.1-channel Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio.
By Julie Jacobson · January 16, 2014 • Some experts say Wi-Fi and/or Bluetooth, including lower-power variants, could upstage today’s dedicated home-automation protocols such as ZigBee and Z-Wave.
By CE Pro Editors · January 16, 2014 • From Sonos to all of its newest slew of competitors - which type of setup best suits your clientele? Here’s a roundup of some great wireless music systems, many of which have been tested out by editors of CE Pro and sister publication Electronic House.
By Steve Crowe · January 6, 2014 • The Sharp Universal Player, a 2014 International CES Innovations Design and Engineering Awards Honoree in the High Performance Home Audio category, can play CDs, SACDs, DVDs and Blu-rays and transmits uncompressed sound at 24-bit/96kHz all without the cable clutter.
By Robert Archer · December 27, 2013 • Good sound and an easy setup make NAD's VISO 1 Wireless Digital Music System a solid turnkey solution to address a client's desire to use Apple devices as source components without pulling wires.
By Robert Archer · December 19, 2013 • Given the price points, ease of set up, and quality of stream, EOS’ line of wireless products are a nice option for dealers looking to solve their commercial clients’ audio needs.
By Robert Archer · December 16, 2013 • When we look back at 2013, it will represent the turning point when consumer electronics truly combined performance and affordability. Here are Bob Archer's top products of 2013.