ProSource this week announced that it has added a new member classification called Associate Member. The classification, ProSource said, is meant to allow "a very select number of larger regional dealers whose business would benefit from participation in the group’s audio, mobile, accessory and CI programs to join the under this special arrangement."
NATM Buying Corp. announced Thursday that Gerald "Jerry" Satoren has been named its executive director.
Control4 during CEDIA Expo last week handed out its fifth annual Dealer Awards. Chicago-based Abt Electronics took home the Dealer of the Year award.
Abt Electronics said this week that it is carrying Sony and LG's 4K HDTVs, with special events planned to show them.
Control4 this week named its dealer award winners for 2011, and the company once again named Abt Electronics its Dealer of the Year. Abt took the honor for the second straight year, while Control4 awarded its Control4 Tech Support Choice Award to Symbiotic Integrations, Inc.
We culminate our three-part series with Panamax/Furman's president, Bill Pollock, revealing the future of the technology. Also, the BlueBOLT beta testers go into detail about what they think of BlueBOLT after putting the technology through its paces.
Definitive Technology announced this week that it has developed what it calls the world's thinnest high-performance on-wall home theater loudspeaker.
For custom retailers with delivery and installation fleets, the rising cost of fuel is a double whammy, one that drives up expenses while eroding consumer confidence and depressing sales. To cope, c-tailers are scouring their P&L statements, trimming costs, leveraging efficiencies and upping fees and warranty prices to restore margin. Operating its fleet of more than 200 vehicles, Abt Electronics & Appliances is in a unique position. It handles its own fueling and maintenance in-house, enabling the Glenview, Ill., company to maintain, wash, fuel and store its fleet on premises. “We save about 15 cents a gallon by having our own pumps,
Boston Acoustics said that it is launching next month in the U.S the first fruits of a fresh approach to the home loudspeaker market under the banner of a new company logo and trademarked theme – Play Smart -- that leverages its reputation for high-performance, value-oriented speakers while using bold colors and new industrial designs to “re-tune” the 27-year-old brand, born before the boom in video, to capitalize on that boom for what Senior Vice President and General Manager Eli Harary termed “the next 27 years.” “We’re trying to make audio fun,” said Boston Acoustics parent D&M’s president of sales and marketing, North America,