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.
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.
By Robert Archer · March 26, 2015 • The Portland, Ore.-based audio manufacturer has updated its OmniSub with new aesthetics and Class D amplification.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
By Robert Archer · November 21, 2014 • Crestron has begun shipping its newest amplification product, the C2N-AMP-6X100.
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.
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.
By Robert Archer · October 24, 2014 • Origin Acoustics' Composer line of architectural speaker products incorporates proprietary woofer designs and installation hardware.
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.
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.