Podcast

That CEDIA Podcast with Julie Jacobson on 2018 Home Tech Happenings and 2019 Trends

By Andrew Nichols · December 7, 2018 • Julie Jacobson, with CEDIA podmeisters Ed Wenck and Walt Zerbe, recap the year in home technology, shame the guest on bad 2018 predictions, and discuss trends for 2019 in CEDIA Tech Council Podcast #89

What Every Integrator Should Know About Lighting and Victoria’s Secret

By Andrew Nichols · July 10, 2018 • According to Matt Scott, president of OMEGA Audio Video, a good lighting setup may cause spontaneous hugs and high-fives from clients.

Creative’s K3+ Mixing Board Offers Broadcasting and Streaming Flexibility

By Robert Archer · April 24, 2018 • The Creative Sound Blaster K3+ features multiple connectivity inputs, and 48-volt phantom power, and the product works with computing devices such as PCs, Macs, and smart products.

The End of HDMI Switching as We Know It

By Julie Jacobson · February 21, 2017 • CEDIA Tech Council reviews ISE 2017, with insights on HDMI over IP, video compression, voice control in Europe, and a litany of home automation “standards.”

CEDIA Course Preview: Fred Ampel’s ‘Learn to Listen’

By Julie Jacobson · September 18, 2013 • Instructor Fred Ampel offers a preview of his CEDIA Expo 2013 course, "Learn to Listen v. 3.0."

Podcast: CE Pro 100 Dealer on Why Crestron is Go-To Automation Vendor

By CE Pro Editors · June 3, 2013 • CE Pro chats with John Clancy of Audio Command Systems and Crestron's Randy Klein and Fred Bargetzi on brand loyalty, .Net architecture, DigitalMedia and a cool new app.

CE Pro Podcast: What to See at ISE 2013

By Julie Jacobson · January 24, 2013 • Representatives from CEDIA, Control4, KNX and CE Pro discuss ISE 2013, including product trends and education.

Blue Microphones Yeti Pro USB Microphone

By Robert Archer · January 27, 2011 • The latest microphone from the Southern, Calif.-based electronics manufacturer incorporates USB connections that support podcasting and home recording, and its 24-bit/192kHz resolution capabilities supports high-resolution recordings.