Technology Integrator February 2014 issue
The Klipsch CES booth was packed with new and existing Klipsch, Energy and Jamo products including the Klipsch Stadium—the brand’s flagship, audiophile-grade wireless music system. The product joins the Klipsch Music Center Series KMC 3 as well as the soon-to-launch KMC 1, all of which commemorate the brand’s partnership with Live Nation Entertainment and its sponsorship of the Klipsch Music Center amphitheater in its global headquarters city of Indianapolis.
Head Monster Noel Lee is “Going Retro” and leaping forward at the same time. The standing-room-only Monster press conference revealed his ongoing commitment to the headphone market, a stellar new lineup of partnerships, and plans of bringing back the legacy Monster M Series including products such as the M 2.2 speaker cable and heavy
Technology Integrator: What are the biggest benefits that shading, drapery and lighting control bring to your clients, and to the interior design community and architects with whom you collaborate? What bottom-line benefits have these categories meant for you in the last year?
When a self-made artist manager who works with a dozen top indie acts chose to live in Brooklyn, N.Y., he knew his home would be a hot spot for client meetings and parties. And when moving to a new condo building in New York’s trendiest borough, it was important for him and his wife to take the home to the next level with carefully considered interior design and advanced home technologies. By integrating their lighting, climate controls, audio, video and motorized window shades into the ELAN g! control system, this couple can relax like never before.
After a decade in business, the team at
Access Networks has made their mark on the CEDIA channel. An industry once dominated by the sensory experience of sounds and screens has come to accept an insurgence of IP devices; an “Internet of Everything” that is fully dependent on what is, in many ways, invisible.
Partners in the demo included: Digital Projection International, Seymour-Screen Excellence, Audio Design Associates, Triad Speakers, Kaleidescape, Fortress Seating, D-Box, Perfect Path, MSR Acoustics/ PMI Ltd. and Torus Power—and all of it was controlled by BitWise Controls.