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Joe Palenchar Posted: Sep 16, 2016 0 comments
KEF America thinks it has the perfect audio solution for a high-end home theater built around LG’s new $19,999 77-inch Signature series OLED TV or Sony’s new $60,000 100-inch LCD TV with Backlight Master Drive HDR technology.
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Denon came to CEDIA 2016 to unveil a slim-line Heos audio/video receiver that it thinks will appeal to consumers who are interested in sound bar-like convenience but who want better performance.
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Joe Palenchar Posted: Sep 15, 2016 Published: Sep 16, 2016 0 comments
Speaker maker Atlantic Technology will complement its lineup of speakers and soundbars with its first wireless multiroom-audio speaker, which will feature Google Cast, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
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Onkyo-owned Integra and Pioneer Home Entertainment went to CEDIA 2016 with their first soundbars equipped with Dolby Atmos and DTS:X object-based surround decoding.
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Indy Audio Labs is upgrading its $8,500 Acurus ACT 4 home-theater pre-amp processor to support 7.3.6 and 9.3.2 speaker systems.
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Riva Audio came to CEDIA 2016 to demonstrate its first two wireless multiroom-audio speakers and outline plans for additional high-performance multiroom products in 2017.
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Joe Palenchar Posted: Sep 14, 2016 Published: Sep 15, 2016 0 comments
An in-ceiling speaker from Triad Speakers uses a rotating angled baffle and aimable tweeter on a flexible arm to deliver height-channel effects with even coverage and proper imaging.
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Joe Palenchar Posted: Sep 14, 2016 0 comments
Klipsch Audio launched its first six wireless-multiroom audio products during CEDIA 2016, all with DTS Play-Fi multiroom technology.
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B&K Components, a venerable component-audio brand absent from the market for around six years, staged a comeback at CEDIA 2016 under a new owner who vowed to maintain the brand’s legacy of providing “high-quality electronics at reasonable prices.”