Pre-CEDIA Q&A: iRoom Plans to Show Off Refreshed Lineup on the Show Floor

CE pros have a chance to get acquainted with iRoom’s updated product lineup during CEDIA Expo 2021 in Indianapolis.

CEDIA Expo has long been seen as a great place for manufacturers to show off new and refreshed product lines to integrators, and CEDIA Expo 2021 looks to be no different. Due in part to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, companies like iRoom have had time to completely revamp its product line since the last in-person show, so CE Pro recently reached out to Chris Lehnen, general manager at iRoom to find out what changes have been made to its product line and learn why they’re excited to attend the show in Indianapolis this year. 

Tell us what you have on tap for CEDIA Expo in terms of both education and on the exhibit floor? 

We’ve refreshed the entire line since last showing at CEDIA Expo. The current lineup is our strongest to date. Dealers will notice major improvements with aesthetics, design-friendly color options, expanded control capabilities and added features. We’ve taken the line to the next level. We look forward to seeing our industry friends and peers in Indy and showing them what we’ve been up to.

What are you most looking forward to about getting back together in person?

Face-to-face interaction with friends, dealers and prospects. This is an industry of relationships. Many of us look forward to events such as Expo to catch up with friends and bolster our relationships.

What is the one question dealers should ask when they come to your booth? 

“How can iRoom make my job easier and enhance our clients lives?”

What is your booth number? 

5003

CEDIA Expo attendees looking to learn more about iRoom and its offerings during the show should check out the company’s website here. Integrators interested in signing up for CEDIA Expo 2021 still have time, and can sign up directly via the CEDIA Expo website.

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