Munich, Germany — Audio suppliers such as iRiver, Sonus Faber, and Wilson Benesch turned up at the High End 2013 show here to unveil new products destined for
Indianapolis – Klipsch priced its first Klipsch-branded Bluetooth speaker at a suggested $399 and plans summertime availability of a wireless digital media
Automated Control Technology Partners, Inc. (ACTP) has launched its new home automation brand, TiO (Turn it On).
TiO is a new approach to home automation,
St. Petersburg, Fla. — Industry veteran Mike “Sparky” Detmer, formerly president of Niles Audio, has launched a company offering strategic
Petaluma, Calif. – Niles Audio launched a quartet of horizontal in-wall soundbars believed to be the industry’s
Stamford, Conn. –Harman reports that home audio and multimedia products grew 17 percent in the company’s fiscal third quarter ending March 31.
New York – Component-audio supplier NAD hopes to connect with a younger generation of music enthusiasts who connect to PCs, smartphones and tablets to play
Mahwah, N.J. — Denon unveiled In-Command networked A/V receivers that start at a slightly lower opening price point, expand the series’ selection to
Long Beach, Calif. – Kenwood has begun shipping a pair of in-dash A/V-navigation systems that access Cloud-based services, including real-time traffic, via a
Shizuoka, Japan — Yamaha returned to profitability with $42.3 million in net income for its fiscal year ending March 31.
That reverses a previous-year
A quick look around the just opened Flatbush, Brooklyn location of
New York — Samsung held its annual star-studded Hope for Children Gala on June11, raising $
San Antonio — The Progressive Retailers Organization was at the Westin La Cantera Hill Coun
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