All In SnapAV
Integrators can expect lots of discussion at the CEDIA Expo booths of both Control4 and SnapAV how their recent merger will help their businesses be more successful, and at C4 get a closer look at OS 3 and other new wares.
Arlen Schweiger · August 27, 2019
SnapAV’s $680M acquisition of Control4 is finalized with 99% shareholder approval. New mega-company remains focused on professional install channel only.
Jason Knott · August 1, 2019
In addition to supporting more manufacturers, Clare has also added a new Amazon Alexa security skill that gives homeowners the ability to arm and disarm their security system via voice commands.
CE Pro Editors · July 16, 2019
Da-Lite, Draper, Dragonfly from SnapAV, Elite Screens, Screen Innovations (SI), Severtson, Seymour, Stewart Filmscreen and Vutec offer a range of screen products that deliver a big screen in a range of home environments.
Robert Archer · July 15, 2019
Can a merger of Control4 and SnapAV, with industry-leading Ihiji and OvrC remote-monitoring platforms, yield a ‘central monitoring station’ model for smart-home pros?
Julie Jacobson · July 2, 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
Araknis Networks 510 and 810-Series WAPs are designed to handle the growing number of IoT devices on the market.
Lisa Montgomery · June 25, 2019
Top 10 most-read stories for the first half of 2019 relate to SnapAV and Control4 merger, Atmos demos, Sonos prices, Tuya (who?), Crestron Pyng, Wi-Fi as a home-automation standard and other IoT and A/V themes.
Julie Jacobson · June 19, 2019
Former CytexOne exec Martin Roseman is ‘shocked’ at how integrators are still reticent to offer, sell and price service agreements. New RMR Marketing Kit aims to help.
Jason Knott · June 12, 2019
Julie Jacobson analyzes data from CE Pro 100 Brand Surveys in the home-automation category, from 2014 to 2019.
Julie Jacobson · June 3, 2019