Mark Weisenberg

Editor in chief of Dealerscope

Sunfire this week announced the debut of the Atmos subwoofer, which the company calls its smallest and most powerful. It contains a 6.5” woofer and over over 1.5” of excursion.

On the evening of April 8, some of the most elite audio and home theater equipment manufacturers took the stage at Bob & Ron's World Wide stereo for its Music Matters event in the Montgomeryville, Pa.

Sunfire this week announed the release of its new CRM-STAND, which is meant to go with the company's Cinema Ribbon Duo CRM-2 loudspeakers.

Pre-emptively trumping the Las Vegas-held presidential debate by precisely a week, 20 participants from the retailing, manufacturing, distributing, buying group and consultant arms of the CE industry offered wide-ranging and divergent views at the annual Consumer Technology Publishing Group’s (CTPG) Editorial Advisory Board roundtable discussion during last month’s CES. Hosted by the editors and publishers of CustomRetailer, Dealerscope, Picture Business and E-Gear, the forum touched on topics as free-wheeling as the “strange bedfellows” hardware-software company partnership trend, the analog-broadcasting cutoff issue, how to react to and cultivate the younger customer, and the move from the single-product sale to the solution sale. Marriages of Convenience?

A/V component manufacturer Sunfire announced a trade-in program. Owners of the original Theater Grand Processor Models I, II, III and IV can contact their authorized Sunfire dealers to participate in the Sunfire Trade-Up Program, which runs through November 30. Dealers can offer current these customers a “generous” trade-in credit toward the purchase of the new TGP-5, which features HDMI switching, Side-Axis processing, Sonic Holography and Ethernet. Sunfire General Manager Mark Weisenberg says the program “represents a terrific opportunity for Sunfire dealers” in that it “will generate quality traffic for their stores, offers an ideal chance to sell other components and perhaps will create

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