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Unearthing New HDMI Facts, Real-World Answers

Jeff Boccaccio, president of DPL Labs, looks back on the year, including a new testing process for 4K and HDR.

Jeff Boccaccio · December 09, 2015

Tackling Cellphone Signal Boosting in a 9-Story Condo Complex

This nine-story, 350,000-squarefoot multi-dwelling unit in Kirkland, Wash. is heavy concrete construction with two underground levels for parking. The six-figure cellphone signal booster installation is being done in two phases.

Jason Knott · December 08, 2015

CE Pro Announces Winners of the 2015 Great Looking Racks Contest

All the way from the Mediterranean, Cyprus-based Elytronic was named the winner of the 2015 Great Looking Racks contest presented by CE Pro and Middle Atlantic.

Arlen Schweiger · November 24, 2015

Hands On: Wireworld Cables Built to Withstand Wear and Tear

Using Wireworld’s consumer and professionals cables provided a smoother, fuller listening experience and a tangible benefit of utilizing cables that are built to last.

Robert Archer · November 04, 2015

WyreStorm Unveils H2 Line of 4K HDMI 2.0 and HDBaseT Matrices at CEDIA

WyreStorm’s H2 line of UltraHD 4K matrix switchers and splitters over HDMI and HDBaseT feature HDCP 2.2 and HDMI 2.0 standard support.

CE Pro Editors · October 15, 2015

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CE Pro Editors · August 31, 2015

Debunking ‘High Speed’ 4K HDMI 2.0 Data Rate Claims

Industry veteran Joe Perfito of Tributaries Cable goes on a fact-checking journey on how a “High Speed” 10.2Gbps HDMI cable can somehow now claim to send at a 18Gbps data rate for 4K video. New Ultra HD Blu-ray Discs will require at least 11Gbps data rate. Integrators are the last layer of protection for consumers.

Joseph Perfito · July 15, 2015

Panamax SM3-Pro System Manager Wins 2015 Commercial Integrator Best Award

SM3-PRO System Manager Wins BEST Award.

CE Pro Editors · June 17, 2015

Will Tesla Batteries Force Home Wiring To Go Low Voltage?

Industry consultant claims the advent of solar power and home batteries from companies like Tesla will force the reinvention of home wiring from primarily AC high voltage to DC home-run low voltage to reduce power conversion loss.

Jason Knott · May 26, 2015

#TBT: 50K Feet of Cable Inside Log Cabin

Throwback Thursday goes back to 2011 when Amenitek redesigned an A/V system in an 18,000-square-foot log cabin that featured two 7.1-channel surround-sound rooms, three 5.1 surround rooms and 12 zones of audio.

Arlen Schweiger · February 18, 2015