Whole-House Audio

SnapAV Serious About Speakers with Creation of Episode Signature Brand

By Robert Archer · April 13, 2015 • SnapAV wants to set the record straight about the origins of its loudspeakers, and it is heavily investing in the performance of its products.

Origin Acoustics Bassic Subwoofers Reinforce Architectural Speakers’ Low Frequency Capabilities

By Robert Archer · March 27, 2015 • Origin Acoustics has announced its Bassic line of powered subwoofers to provide dealers a choice of three models to meet any number of consumer sound requirements.

Triad Redesigns InRoom OmniSub Subwoofers

By Robert Archer · March 26, 2015 • The Portland, Ore.-based audio manufacturer has updated its OmniSub with new aesthetics and Class D amplification.

Definitive Technology Diversifies W7 Powered Wireless Speaker System Aesthetics

By Robert Archer · March 23, 2015 • Definitive Technology's Wireless Collection addresses the whole-house audio and home theater categories. Adding choice to the product line, the company is now offering its W7 loudspeaker in a white finish.

Parasound ZoneMaster 1250 Amp Complements Whole-House Audio and HT Installations

By Robert Archer · March 4, 2015 • Parasound's ZoneMaster 1250 Universal 12-channel Amplifier can be used for any number of installation scenarios by dealers. The amp employs a Class A/B input stage and Class D power stage and delivers enough current to offer stability down to 2 ohms.

NAD CI 940, CI 980 Whole-House Amplifiers Produce Dynamic Power

By Robert Archer · February 19, 2015 • Addressing the whole-house audio category, the Canadian electronics manufacturer NAD has introduced its CI 980 and CI 940 multichannel amplifiers, engineered to offer dealers a choice of products with the ability to drive low impedance loads.

Beale Street Audio Creates Sonic Vortex

By Robert Archer · February 4, 2015 • Memphis-based speaker company Beale Street Audio is set to introduce nine speaker models at the 2015 ISE show in Amsterdam during the week of Feb. 10-12.

Plethra Multiroom Audio Server Streams to 8 Zones

By Robert Archer · December 17, 2014 • New to the custom install channel, Plethra is introducing a multi-zone streaming audio component that offers the ability to pull from a network, stream audio and provide control via Android and iOS devices.

Hands On: Ahead of Curve, NuVo Wireless System Delivers

By Robert Archer · December 5, 2014 • CE Pro senior editor Robert Archer reviewed the NuVo Wireless System and delivered his verdict on the wholehouse wireless audio brand.

Crestron C2N-AMP-6X100 Addresses Mid-Size System Installs

By Robert Archer · November 21, 2014 • Crestron has begun shipping its newest amplification product, the C2N-AMP-6X100.

Beale Street Audio Aims to Fill Market Void

By Robert Archer · November 21, 2014 • The Southern audio manufacturer wants to provide the levels of dealer service and support that helped to grow the custom install market back in its early days.

D+M Group Responds to Sonos Litigation

By Robert Archer · October 31, 2014 • In response to a complaint filed by Sonos, D+M Group CEO Jim Caudill says the company will defend its HEOS product line to protect its investments in the research and development of its newly announced wireless whole-house line of products.

Origin Acoustics Composer Collection Offers Choice of 10 Speakers

By Robert Archer · October 24, 2014 • Origin Acoustics' Composer line of architectural speaker products incorporates proprietary woofer designs and installation hardware.

Sonos Boost Solves Connectivity Issues in Harsh Environments

By Robert Archer · October 21, 2014 • The Boost was developed for situations in which wireless networking reliability is less than desirable. Sonos says the Boost facilitates connectivity in tough wireless environments.

Fusion Research Introduces Control4 OS2.6 Driver for Ovation Audio System

By Robert Archer · October 10, 2014 • With the launch of its latest driver, Fusion says dealers can fully leverage the power of Control4's 2.6 OS.

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