All In Audio/Video
Using HDMI baluns has become common practice, but there are problems with this solution.
Jeff Boccaccio · October 20, 2010
The latest crop of in-wall and in-ceiling architectural speakers reflects a lot more than great sound; it reflects what’s going on in the economy and in the custom electronics industry. The custom electronics community was greatly affected by what is going on economically and was forced to shift from targeting luxury, new-home installations, to a […]
CE Pro Editors · August 05, 2010
UEI demos control of a Sonos multiroom audio system with Nevo remote control during ISE 2010; offers Studio Pro 3.0 with ‘visual scripting’
Julie Jacobson · February 02, 2010
How executives built a specialty store concept into nearly 200 stores and almost $1B revenues — and then squandered it.
Tom LeBlanc · March 03, 2009
Editor and five-year-old daughter find no lingering trademark confusion during trip to company recently sued by Monster Cable.
Jason Knott · February 03, 2009
Attachment sales are where it’s at, and there may not be anything more important than selling a mount to go along with a flat panel sale. Indeed, many integrators aren’t even selling the TVs anymore … just the mount (and cables) to go along with installation labor. That’s why it’s important for every integrator to […]
CE Pro Editors · February 02, 2009
DM-MD8X8 and DM-MD16X16 switchers fix HDMI problems related to distance, switching lags, HDCP authentication and more. Gig Ethernet switch built in for IP.
Julie Jacobson · August 31, 2008
Hitachi, Motorola, Samsung, Sharp and Sony are rallying around WHDI technology from Amimon for whole-house 1080p video.
Julie Jacobson · July 24, 2008
Planar has no regrets about last year’s acquisition of Runco International for $37 million, says Scott Hix, VP and GM of the company’s home theater business unit.
Robert Archer · April 28, 2008
Elan, Linear, Niles, SpeakerCraft and Xantech to develop multiroom-audio products around their own Cat 5-based Digi5 technology.
Julie Jacobson · October 14, 2007