Atlantic Technology announced this week that it has named SF Marketing Inc. of Montreal its exclusive distributor in Canada.
Atlantic Technology announced that it has debuted the IC-6-OBA, described as "the first in-ceiling speaker specifically designed to reproduce "object based" elevation channels."
Atlantic Technology this week announced the arrival of its new 44-DA Dolby Atmos-enabled speaker module for home theater use.
Atlantic Technology this week announced an update of its H-PAS PowerBar PB-235-BT home theater soundbar. The price has been lowered by $100 and has also added a Bluetooth adapter.
AudioSource this week announced a pair of additions to its senior management team.
CEDIA Expo gave audio suppliers the ideal stage to showcase highly featured components that mesh more easily than ever within home control ecosystems. Loudspeaker introductions were attuned to making TVs sound better—as was the case last year.
Atlantic Technology this week announced the arrival of its H-PAS Power Bar 235 sound bar. The product is 43 inches wide and can be mounted either above and below a flat-screen TV.
CustomRetailer: We’ve been hearing a lot about this new H-PAS technology. Is Atlantic now the H-PAS company?
A look into the exhibit hall at the annual New York City exhibition: