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Maxicon includes at least 1-2 audio zones of Stealth Acoustics invisible speakers on 100% of projects, and earns 3X revenue on product and labor vs. traditional architectural speakers.
Arlen Schweiger · June 25, 2020
Gilmore’s Sound Advice installed Small Aperture architectural speakers and subwoofers to answer aesthetic and performance requirements in yoga and office sanctuary.
CE Pro Editors · March 12, 2020
Aesthetic influence, wealth of SnapAV brands, Smart Home OS adoption among key themes for Control4’s Euro dealers at ISE 2020 in Amsterdam.
Arlen Schweiger · February 26, 2020
At its booth and home theater demo at ISE 2020, Meridian Audio highlighted multiple uses for its high-performance active in-wall loudspeakers.
Arlen Schweiger · February 25, 2020
Profitability and value to customers are at the core of URC’s CEDIA Expo 2019 messaging and new products, which include a new TRC-1480 touchscreen remote with voice capabilities as well as an architectural loudspeaker lineup.
Arlen Schweiger · August 23, 2019
The McIntosh MI254 and MI228 distribution amplifiers were specifically designed for custom installation applications that include whole-house audio.
Robert Archer · July 10, 2019
As Klipsch’s exclusive national distributor for custom installation (CI) speakers and subwoofers, SnapAV will offer iconic brand through 22 local distribution branches and online portal for the home-tech channel.
Arlen Schweiger · June 27, 2019
After years of focus on the stereo and home theater categories, the new Sonus faber Palladio brings the company into the architectural loudspeaker market.
Robert Archer · February 07, 2019
The Dana Innovations brand shows its wide-ranging indoor and outdoor audio systems, myriad subwoofer options and recent collaboration with Sonos during CEDIA 2018.
Arlen Schweiger · September 13, 2018
The new Monitor Audio Super Slim In Wall (WSS) line of speakers features a depth of just 2-inches deep to enable the speaker to install into locations that are typically too shallow for most speakers.
Robert Archer · January 29, 2018