All In HEOS
Check out these spectacular booths, products and services that have dealers talking… even as the CEDIA craze comes to a close. Brands include Samsung, Lutron, Aurora, Denon, Barco, Stewart, Meridian, Leon and more.
Chelsea Cafiero · September 29, 2017
Upgrading its all-in-one multiroom solution, Denon HEOS now offers four zones of high-resolution audio playback on its HEOS Drive.
Robert Archer · July 28, 2017
Sonos takes the winning spot by far. Making a big jump into the top five is Control4. Bose doubles its dealer share from the previous year and Apple triples its dealer representation to enter the leading five.
Robert Archer · June 02, 2017
Denon IN Command X series AVRs ($279-$579 MSRP) will feature Dolby Vision, HLG HDR and Heos wireless multiroom technology.
Joe Palenchar · May 18, 2017
Sound United still defining sales roles, wireless platforms for Polk, Def Tech with D+M Group brands Boston Acoustics, Marantz and Denon.
Joe Palenchar · May 16, 2017
Denon’s affordable choice S series A/V receivers will be available this April at prices ranging from $279 to $579.
Robert Archer · March 21, 2017
Denon’s HEOS AV receiver has been specifically engineered to work with wireless speakers from the HEOS range.
Jordan O'Brien · March 10, 2017
Will Sound United continue licensing Play-Fi, or will the company’s acquisition of D+M Group mean expansion for HEOS wireless audio platform? And if so, should Sonos be worried?
Robert Archer · March 01, 2017
Integrators were peeved when Sonos implemented its new API for smart-home integration, stripping certain functionality from unsanctioned drivers, which will all be blocked soon. Control4, Sonos and dealers respond.
Julie Jacobson · January 18, 2017
Denon and Control4 release firmware updates to increase interoperability between whole-house control and home theater systems.
CE Pro Editors · December 08, 2016