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NuVo Blends Wired, Wireless into One Multiroom Audio System

By Julie Jacobson · February 24, 2014 • NuVo’s new Player Portfolio lets dealers mix and match wired and wireless music zones in one IP-based multiroom audio system.

Basalte’s New Asano Audio Module Features Native Powerlink for B&O

By Julie Jacobson · February 21, 2014 • New A3 module for Basalte’s KNX-controlled multiroom audio system adds three zones for third-party amps or active speakers; offers native Powerlink output for B&O speakers.

8 More New Products & Services from Control4 and Partners

By Julie Jacobson · February 20, 2014 • Control4, ihiji, VoicePod, Autonomic, Extra Vegetables, Fusion Research, Leaf Audio, Global Cache demo new home automation and entertainment products at ISE 2014

Crestron’s New 4K UHD Certification Program: What Does it Mean?

By Julie Jacobson · February 19, 2014 • Crestron claims to be the only organization that can create and certify a 4K Ultra HD ecosystem from end-to-end. Just a gimmick or the real deal?

WyreStorm Launches HDMI over IP

By Julie Jacobson · February 18, 2014 • New NetworkHD line from WyreStorm adds HDMI-over-IP technology to existing HDBaseT products. Dealers can mix and match with Enado controller.

TecVision Screen from Draper Offers a Choice of 5 Gains for a Variety of Projection Applications

By Robert Archer · February 17, 2014 • Draper says it has invested a lot of research and development, as well as other resources, into the launch of its new TecVision line of projection screens.

ISE 2014 Sets Attendance Record of 51,003

By CE Pro Editors · February 13, 2014 • Despite Europe's ongoing economic recovery, Integrated Systems Europe 2014 attendance grew 15% year over year to reach a record-breaking 51,003 registered attendees. Expectations for ISE 2015 are already high as on-site rebooking for next year’s event stood at 33,450, on pace for a 10 percent jump in event square footage.

Display Development Broadens Market for Resi Projectors with In-Wall Models

By Julie Jacobson · February 12, 2014 • In-wall, in-ceiling, extreme-offset models from Display Development take residential projectors where they’ve never gone before.

iKNiX Embeds Two-Way Sonos Control within RTI Interface

By Julie Jacobson · February 11, 2014 • With iKNiX software and a Gira Home Server, Europeans can have complete Sonos control within the RTIPanel iDevice interface.

DP Stuns at ISE 2014 with First 12K-Lumen Laser Projector

By Julie Jacobson · February 6, 2014 • Digital Projection demos HIGHLite Laser 12k, the first ever laser video projector with 12,000 lumens, 20,000 hours of solid-state illumination, surprising affordability.

SpeakerCraft Shows Revamped Big Bang Amps at ISE 2014

By Julie Jacobson · February 6, 2014 • ‘Extremely stable’ integrator-friendly amps from SpeakerCraft, based on Niles’ SI line, offer two to 12 channels.

Elan Launches Simpler API for Rapid Home Automation Driver Development

By Julie Jacobson · February 5, 2014 • Elan is soft-launching a new API and driver development tools for simplifying integration between home automation system and third-party subsystems; announces support for ONVIF CCTV standard.

Lutron Launches its own DIN Rail Enclosures at ISE 2014

By Julie Jacobson · February 5, 2014 • Previously available only from third parties, new DIN-rail panels from Lutron streamline installation for lighting controls.

Extra Vegetables Turns QNAP NAS Into Low-Cost Movie Server for Control4

By Julie Jacobson · February 5, 2014 • With its built-in XBMC interface, QNAP NAS becomes Control4-integrated movie server, no additional media player required.

BlueBolt Power Management Comes to Europe with Furman

By Julie Jacobson · February 5, 2014 • Four years after launching Panamax/Furman BlueBolt remote power management system in the U.S., parent organization Core Brands takes product to Europe, starting with the F1500-UPS E.

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