Denver – Driving down the cost of multiroom audio systems, NuVo unveiled a six-zone, six-source multiroom audio system with six touchpanel-like in-wall controllers at $3,500 and a matching $2,199 160GB HDD music server that gets its music content from a PC.
CEDIA News Denver – Exceptional Innovation expanded the capabilities of its Lifeware home-control and media-distribution software for Windows XP PCs with a multi-product launch here at the CEDIA Expo.
Denver – Niveus Media is introducing a series of media servers during CEDIA Expo, here, at booth 710 which supports the HD DVD format.
CEDIA News Denver – Stewart Filmscreen, the projection screen maker for home theater and commercial markets, made several introductions at CEDIA Expo on Wednesday and announced a deal with Sony.
Denver – In addition to showing its previously announced big-screen plasma TV displays, Panasonic will debut at CEDIA a pair of LCD-based home theater projectors, including the company’s first 1080p-capable unit.
Denver – Harman Kardon’s first HDD music server is a 720p-upscaling DVD-Audio/Video player that rips CDs, transfers the content to an internal HDD, and transfers the files to USB drives and memory cards for playback in portable devices.
Denver – Sonos is moving music servers out of the home network and onto the Internet to eliminate the need by time-starved consumers to rip CD libraries or download songs to a PC.
Denver – Anyone who says installers will always pull wire might be pulling your chain.
Denver, Colo. – Video display manufacturer Optoma will announce at CEDIA what it is calling the world’s first high-definition DLP front projector positioned to sell for under $1,000.