All In News
CE Pro’s Julie Jacobson thinks VIA International will be the first national home technology installation company for the luxury market; this isn’t Signature Media Group.
Julie Jacobson · August 29, 2013
After acquisition of Smartrove, Vivint is offering 50 Mbps upstream/downstream wireless broadband for $55/month in addition to security, home automation, solar power – all sold door-to-door; Utah zero-energy home showcases the goods.
August 16, 2013
Logitech expands Harmony line with the Ultimate Hub, which puts home theater controls into an iPod/iPad/Android app and includes IR, Bluetooth and RF.
Grant Clauser · June 19, 2013
Showcased at Infocomm 2013, six- by eight-foot sound sculpture from Leon Speakers has multicolored LED lights, famous Leon sound, and a design suited for a museum.
Julie Jacobson · June 10, 2013
Reviewer Joe Whitaker says Sonance SonArray outdoor-audio-in-a-box rivals his most expensive, customized outdoor speaker installations.
Joe Whitaker · June 04, 2013
California’s Bureau of Security and Investigative Services waives the two-year in-the-field prerequisite for integrators to take the test to get an alarm license.
Jason Knott · May 30, 2013
Over the last seven years, World Wide Stereo has been upgraded the technology inside this Colonial-era cabin, preserving the rustic charm of the home along the way.
Grant Clauser · April 25, 2013
KEF has introduced its M500 and M200 headphones, joining a growing number of manufacturers getting into this category.
Rachel Cericola · April 23, 2013
Narrow room features super-wide curved screen, plus carefully crafted ceiling and portal.
Arlen Schweiger · April 17, 2013
The DSP520 Digital Active In-wall Loudspeaker, which can be install in the wall or ceiling, has a narrow design of a mere 200mm and complements any of its in-wall models.
Rachel Cericola · April 10, 2013