Networking provider WhyReboot has formally become a member vendor of HTSA. WhyReboot appeared at the recent HTSA press conference.
CEDIA last week announced the winners of its Manufacturers’ Excellence Awards, which were handed out Saturday during the CEDIA Electronic Lifestyles Awards banquet at CEDIA Expo in Denver. The ten winners for Best New Product included Sherbourn Technologies’ In Wall Amp 1; Savant Systems’ ROSIE Remotes and OSD, SpeakerCraft’s MODE iPhone Interface, Milestone AV Technologies’ PIWRF No-Profile In-Wall Swing Arm; Nuvo Technologies’ Essentia E6G; Trippe Manufacturing Co.’s AV550SC Audio/Video Backup Power Block; Denon Electronics’ AVP-A1HDCI Ultra-Reference 12 Channel A/V Home Theater/Multimedia Preamplifier; Crestron Electronics’ Crestron iServer, Sonance FM’s Sonance Visual Performance Series and Universal Remote Control’s MX-6000 Touch Screen. Meanwhile, the following
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Audio Compression Goes Mobile By Brett Solomon Specialty mobile electronics retailers often have customers that are technologically savvy in other areas. One of the best ways to service these early adopters is to offer them mobile source units that are as up-to-date as the audio equipment they have at home. Even though Napster is deader than last year's hit single, and other file "sharing" services are under increasing pressure from the entertainment industries, the MP3 compressed audio format is alive and well — very well. Moving MP3 into the mobile sphere not only makes sense, but cars may actually be the perfect venue for