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MRI Expo Features Dolby Atmos, Solid Educational Slate
Eric Smith, Last of the Control4 Founders, Moves On
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Product Briefs: Panasonic, Capitol Sales, Spiral Groove, Pakedge
People On the Move: Control4, Elite Screens, Russound, Fortress Seating
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Netflix to Charge More for 4K Streaming
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Lowe’s Consumer Study: Security is Primary Factor for Purchasing ‘Smart Home’
CE Pro Survey: Tell Us About Your Brand Preferences, Enter to Win Prize Drawing
25% of New Single-Family Homes Green-Built in 2014
Use of Dedicated Commercial Control Interfaces to Drop 2.7% Per Year
Everything You Need to Know About HDMI: Part 3
Now that HDMI is entrenched in the custom electronics community, integrators are being asked to solve a multitude of unique requests from their clients for home theater and multiroom video. So the need for technicians to be able to troubleshoot problems and anticipate them when heading out for a service call is more vital (and often more difficult) than ever. .
This Advantage Series White Paper will help ease the pain of installing HDMI systems by reviewing some common HDMI field problems and their troubleshooting solutions, an analysis of long-distance HDMI solutions particularly related to Cat 5 distribution, an overview of the HDMI performance signature, and answers to the question of why HDMI cables perform differently.
In this special CEDIA Scoop, we are highlighting some of the key educational sessions, showing many of the new product introductions, and revealing some great ways to “attack the show” to make the most of your time in Denver. Download…
Download this free Advantage Series to learn more about the process in which an integrator must design a video surveillance system, and how to make key decisions regarding camera selection and positioning.