DTS announced that it has added Spotify to its Play-Fi whole-home wireless ecosystem.
Coming into this year’s International CES, it would have been hard to imagine a broader selection of audio products in every form, to fit every taste, than was displayed in the Venetian’s demo suites and on the floor of the newly labeled Tech East (Central and South Halls). Multi-room systems of every stripe, both small-footprint speakers and those that would need the help of wall stretchers to fit into the average home, high-end components, and all manner of headphones with clever, differentiating twists – these were everywhere in Las Vegas last month.
Polk Audio and Definitive Technology this week announced the arrival of new wireless music systems.
By now most of you are well into your 2014 projects and scouting opportunities to make this year better than the last. You’re asking yourself how to increase your marketability as a dealer, expand what you can offer customers, improve efficiency and educate your teams. Many of you will ask, “What aren’t my competitors doing?” There is no shortage of areas in the industry that are ripe for improvement, but too often dealers declare, “there is nothing new under the sun” and going about business as usual.
Polk Audio, Definitive and DTS announced at CES Monday that they are teaming up, through Sound United, on Play-Fi speaker systems, which the company describes as "a new milestone in whole-home, multi-room audio."
Nationwide Marketing Group said Tuesday that Polk Audio has joined its roster of vendor partners.
Ultimate Integration, a member of the PowerHouse Alliance, will
host a grand opening on Tuesday, July 30, at its new showroom and
warehouse in Clifton, N.J.
More than half of the attendees of the Women in CE Career Enhancement Forum at CE Week last month were first-time attendees- and 100 percent of respondents said they plan to return for the 2014 Forum.