CE Week 2015 concluded Thursday after three jam-packed days of interactive exhibits, engaging conference sessions and live press events. The event covered everything from connected cars to high-res audio, robots to 3D printing, smart home solutions to smart money, digital health to wearable tech.
Onkyo this week announced the arrival of three new receivers, including two new reference grade A/V receivers and one new Network Stereo Receiver.
Pioneer has announced the arrival of a new Dolby Atmos and Multi-Channel Acoustic Calibration (MCACC)-capable receiver, the SC-91 Elite SC.
Denon has announced the arrival of two new IN-Command Series A/V Receivers, the AVR-X2200W, and AVR-X1200W 7.2-channel receivers.
Triad Speakers announced that its new InRoom Silver LR-H Dolby Atmos Enabled Loudspeaker has been added to the lineup. The second Dolby Atmos speaker from Triad, the product is a step up from the InRoom Bronze LR-H, costing $1,500 a pair rather than $1,000.
Onkyo has announced the debut of several new products meant to compete affordably. These include a trio of new A/V receivers, a new home theater system and a Dolby Atmos-compatible 5.1.2 channel speaker set.
Denon Electronics announced that its HEOS HomeCinema wireless soundbar and subwoofer system has reached the market. The product will arrive in June at an MSRP of $799.
Custom Plus Distributing said that it will host a Home Tech Show June 2 at its facility in San Jose.
The annual Technology & Business Summit is set to take place
over two days in Southern California next week. The event is set
for May 12 at the Warner Center Marriott in Los Angeles and May 14
at the Irvine Marriott in Orange County.