16 BEST Home Theater & Multiroom AV Products of 2016
Check out the 2016 BEST Award winners in the home theater and multiroom audio/video category: DISH, Barco, NEAR, TiVo, Denon, NAD and more.
October 25, 2016
The CE Pro BEST (Best Electronic Systems Technologies) Awards recognize the most noteworthy new products and technologies making a difference in the industry.
This year's 173 total entries were judged on innovation, functionality, competitive advantages and benefits to the installer by a dozen credible industry leaders, along with the editors of CE Pro. See all the entries here and a gallery of all the winners here.
The following products took home awards in the home theater and multiroom audio/video category.
BEST Award Winners: Home Theater & Multiroom Audio/Video
DISH Network LLC, Hopper 3
Barco Residential, Thor 6P Laser Projector
Epson America, Pro Cinema 6040UB
NEAR (a division of Bogen Communications, Inc.), 7XL
TiVo Inc., BOLT+
MantelMount, Pro-Pack Pull Down TV Mount
Nexus 21 Concealment Systems, CL-65 TV Flip-Down
Sony Electronics, VPL-VW5000ES 4K SXRD Home Cinema Projector
EPV Screens, DarkStar eFinit
LG Electronics, LG Signature OLED
NAD Electronics, CI 580 Four Zone BluOS Network Music Player
Pulse-Eight, Neo Matrix 4x4 Ultra HD
Panamax, VT-4315 Pro
Apollo Enclosures, Model AE8580
Salamander Designs, Low Profile Wall Cabinets
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