All In Multi-room Audio
Stealth Acoustics products offer full-range solution without the subwoofer, and alleviate worries about wall and ceiling installation impediments.
Arlen Schweiger · October 28, 2020
Impression Series in-ceiling speakers and bandpass subwoofer designed for discreet installs, with bezel-less grilles, multiple colors from Episode.
CE Pro Editors · August 10, 2020
Why Savant is using the AVB as the basis for its IP audio solutions, citing the standard’s strong support among tech giants, and even in autonomous driving.
CE Pro Editors · July 28, 2020
Dealers can leverage Lenbrook’s robust BluOS platform to create a reliable, consistent and intuitive interface for controlling multiroom audio systems.
CE Pro Editors · July 24, 2020
Using AudioControl’s DSP engine, integrators can tailor a system’s sound based on the acoustic properties of the space, and provide clients with customized profiles to fit any situation.
CE Pro Editors · July 20, 2020
Cullen Harwood of Sonos explains the process the popular audio company employed to develop its new Dolby Atmos compatible Arc soundbar and its S2 OS.
Robert Archer · July 18, 2020
CasaTunes remains focused solely on distributed audio, which allows the company to be more nimble in adapting to changes in the audio market.
CE Pro Editors · July 17, 2020
Average multiroom audio installation includes 5 zones at an average price of $1,675 per zone, a 31% drop from 2018. Voice control is becoming more prevalent.
Jason Knott · July 17, 2020
16% of multiroom projects now include at least one invisible speaker. Stealth Acoustics Fidelity Glass technology allays concerns about sound quality.
CE Pro Editors · July 16, 2020
Find out exactly what technologies integrators are installing in their multiroom audio projects, how much they are earning per project, top criteria for selecting technologies, and much more.
Jason Knott · July 09, 2020