All In Dolby Atmos
Definitive Technology says the new BP9000 loudspeakers are capable of reproducing today’s Dolby Atmos and DTS:X object-based surround sound formats.
Robert Archer · May 12, 2016
The brand that integrators love to hate — Xfinity by Comcast — is coming around with a strong commitment to the home-tech installation channel on both the product and service fronts.
Julie Jacobson · May 09, 2016
Held May 17 at the SeaTac Doubletree Inn by Hilton, the Pacific Northwest Consumer Electronics Expo will include CEDIA training and a special panel discussion on Dolby Atmos.
CE Pro Editors · April 28, 2016
When Paradise InfoTech installed 12 Sunfire HRS-IW8 in-wall subwoofers to create the homeowner’s desired ‘big audio,’ it turned into a 20-zone smart home project including video, security and control.
CE Pro Editors · April 27, 2016
The small footprint NR1607 A/V receiver from Marantz is designed to fit into locations such as equipment racks and furniture without taking up a lot of space.
Robert Archer · April 25, 2016
In addition to the debut of the company’s new Experience Center, PRO Audio Technology is also introducing its PROCertified service, which is designed to provide dealers with system design and development assistance.
Robert Archer · April 15, 2016
Popular electronics company Denon has announced its new AVR-S720W and AVR-S920W A/=V receivers, which will replace models AVR-S710W and AVR-S910.
Robert Archer · April 11, 2016
Onkyo’s latest generation of RZ receivers incorporate features specifically designed for installers.
Robert Archer · April 04, 2016
The competitively priced LX301 and LX101 receivers from Pioneer incorporate 7.1 surround sound capabilities and wireless connectivity with options for GoogleCast, AirPlay and Wi-Fi.
Robert Archer · March 29, 2016
This past Christmas season Star Wars: The Force Awakens took the box office by storm by pulling in more than $2 billion. The creative team behind the blockbuster discuss how the movie was made.
Robert Archer · March 10, 2016