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Really very helpful information — TechAdvance on May 19
On March 29, 2019, an article in CE Pro about the new Samsung line of TVs for 2019 said HDMI v2.1 compliance testing is not ready for many of the features listed in the Vanco v2.1 cables: HDMI 2.1 Developments + eARC Scott Cohen, Samsung’s senior training... — bobrapoport on May 11
I really don’t think the Episode speaker line and Triad really overlap that much, they really target different markets.  I see no reason they both won’t stick around.  There are plenty of speaker companies out there with multiple lines,... — ifeldman on May 10
Julie, you missed a HUGE overlap. C4 owns Triad Speakers. Snap has both contractor grade and their step up speaker line. I sure hope that either Triad gets spun off, or is run independently from Snap. — gregc pghcustomht.com on May 10
I’d personally like to know what’s going to happen between the Triad and Episode audio brands. I actually think Triad is more competitive and am really hoping that they stick around. In particular, the factory paint matching of grilles and speakers... — 7220consulting on May 10
Credit where credit is due. Way to connect the dots and call it Julie. Control4 was the ONLY potential acquisition target in your story that received a 8/10 score or higher than a 6. I’m guessing talks between Control4 and SnapAV/H&F began a month... — Galegão on May 09
“Why would you buy today what you could have free tomorrow” — Charlie heritageavs.com on May 09

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