There are so many ways for a theater designer to come off the rails during a planning phase and using a line array might not make your life easier.
Vin Bruno has stepped down and the show has been sold to Emerald Expositions, but our editors think there is still plenty of upside for integrators. Week in Review is sponsored by Sony.
Danish speaker company DALI Loudspeakers are teaming up with BluOS to offer a multi-room platform as an extension of its upcoming wireless speaker solution.
Graphene will replace the traditional speaker by introducing a nearly transparent speaker, amplifier, and graphic equalizer into a thumbnail sized chip.
Our editors break down the Comcast xFi program, an interface that lets homeowners manage their Wi-Fi through a sleek dashboard, voice control, and apps. Week in Review is sponsored by Sony.
It's one of the most common problems plaguing home theaters and media rooms over the past 25 years - here's how Frank fixes the notorious speaker hum.
After purchasing Triad speakers just two months ago, Control4 is ready to release their first line of products - a family of outdoor speakers.
Comcast rolls out xFi, a fresh take on controlling an entire home network alongside their investment into mesh router company Plume.
A huge Triad acquisition and strong Pakedge numbers have given Control4 a well-rounded bump in both revenue and analysists confidence.
You know the scenario: It's Monday morning and the phone rings telling you all about the SNAFU your lead tech caused. Do you have a gameplan?
After dropping all their reps, Sonos has moved to a "100% Direct Service Model" and looks to invest deep in the CI community. Week in Review is sponsored by Sony.
Sonos' bold statement comes as part of a bigger agreement to move to a direct service model with a "dedicated Custom Integrator channel management team.”
Nearly 70% of U.S. homes have an internet connected TV, whether that be a smart TV, third-party stand-alone streaming device, or connected Blu-ray player.
Sennheiser unveiled their new HDV 820, a company first dac that builds on the success of the HDVD 800.
Draper's TecVision 8K-ready, ISF-certified CH1200X ALR uses a grey surface to send "ambient light scurrying for the exits."