All In SnapAV
2017 marks the first year for a Video Distribution Switcher/Extender category. Control companies like Control4, Crestron and Savant dominate the top of the list, plus Binary (SnapAV) and Atlona.
Robert Archer · June 06, 2017
Chasing SnapAV, distributor WAVE Electronics launches Lux cameras, nabs Honeywell security, prints logos on Amazon Echo, packages DIY products for security pros.
Julie Jacobson · June 05, 2017
Drawing into a near tie with Stewart Filmscreen, Screen Innovations added 15 dealer mentions. Dragonfly (SnapAV) and Da-Lite swap positions, while Vutec remains a consistent top-five brand.
Robert Archer · June 05, 2017
This category is a reflection of some of the industry’s top go-to brands: Control4, Crestron, Savant, SnapAV and Sonos.
Robert Archer · June 04, 2017
SnapAV has two mentions within the top five, for Binary and Wirepath speaker cables and interconnects.
Robert Archer · June 03, 2017
For the second year in a row, SnapAV leads the category followed closely by Kinetics Noise Control, CinemaTech, Auralex and Acoustic Innovations.
Robert Archer · June 01, 2017
Whole-house audio amplifier manufacturers Sonance, Control4, SnapAV, Sonos and Crestron dominate the rankings.
Robert Archer · May 29, 2017
If traditional home-automation integrators don’t get into the network-security business, it will be grabbed by companies like ADT, Comcast/Xfinity, Best Buy/Magnolia and a host of other competitors eager to own the smart home.
Julie Jacobson · May 19, 2017
How much can you charge for service? That’s the question on everyone’s minds after SnapAV dropped the recurring fees for its OvrC remote management service.
Joseph Kolchinsky · May 17, 2017
SnapAV kills recurring fees for OvrC Pro, as smart-home specialists struggle to monetize remote monitoring systems.
Julie Jacobson · April 20, 2017