Audio (& More) at CEDIA – Part 2

More booth-visit snapshots from this year’s CEDIA Expo (Photos: Nancy Klosek)

Pioneer's Jaed Arzadon, with the 10-product array of Pioneer audio SKUs that are Apple AirPlay-enabled

Polk Audio’s Jim Marshall poses with a cutaway showing the improved technologies in the LSiM Series, which just started shipping

URC’s Jon Sienkiewicz provides a preview of the TSP-2000 125-wpc network home theater processor, which integrates with the Total Control system

James Loudspeaker’s Mark Schafle shows off the company’s Small Aperture series driver technology

Mark Glazier of Wisdom Audio, with his new flagship LS4 large-scale thin-film planar magnetic transducer loudspeaker

Melanie Warner, at Autonomic Controls, during demos of the MMS-2 2-stream and MMS-5 5-stream cloud-based music servers ($1,995 and $3,995, respectively)

Bryston’s James Tanner, with the new Bryston Isolation Transfer BIT 5 power isolation unit ($1,500)

Dana Innovations’ Simon Wehr demonstrates LaunchPort, the world's first and only magnetic mounting and inductive charging system for iPad

Yamaha’s Robbie Burchett, with the new 9-channel AVENTAGE networked A/V receiver flagship, model RX-A3010 ($1,999)

Katherine Spiller, at Steinway Lyngdorf’s booth, with the new S-15IW and S-16IW in-wall versions of the on-wall/in-cabinet compact S-Series speakers

At Pakedge, Olivia Dumanovsky and Victor S. Pak presented preconfigured solutions to ease the transition of A/V integrators into enterprise networking system installation

At Sherbourn, Nick Hetzler poses with a component stack featuring at the top the new PT-7020C4 7.1-channel pre-processor/preamp, with built-in Control4 modules (Nov.; $2,700)

Atlantic Technology’s Jason Marcure demo’ed the new H-PAS-endowed bass-rich PowerBar 235, due out in December

Integra’s Paul Wasek, with an A/V receiver demo unit that performs 4K upscaling – a feature of the entire new Integra lineup

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