All In Slideshow
A 12,000-square-foot home is retrofitted with URC’s Total Control to provide audio to 10 separate zones lighting and control the audio/video. All this was done while maintaining the home’s aesthetics, which was a major concern for the homeowners.
Grant Clauser · September 11, 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
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
The Helos 12 and Helos 22 in-ceiling speakers feature a stealthy, sleek bezel design and include one 6.5-inch midrange/bass cone with extended throw driver assembly and thermal protection.
Arlen Schweiger · March 28, 2013
Bryston has introduced its first loudspeakers with the Model T Series, which features floorstanding, on-wall, in-wall and subwoofer models.
Arlen Schweiger · March 13, 2013
Atlantic Technology is raising the bar on soundbars with its PowerBar 235. It uses an internal pressuring matrix to produce more bass from the speaker enclosure, eliminating the need for a subwoofer.
Grant Clauser · February 13, 2013
Whether it’s a multifunction tool or one for an individual special need, there are certain often-overlooked ‘A-level’ tools for measurement and termination that every datacomm technician must have.
Jason Knott · January 21, 2013