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Eagan, Minn. – Capitol has begun carrying the complete line of Crimson AV mounting equipment, which ranges from products for do-it-yourself homeowners to experienced professional installers.
This TWICE webinar, hosted by senior editor Alan Wolf, will take a look at what may be the hottest CE products at retail that will be sold during the all-important fourth quarter. Top technologies, market strategies and industry trends will be discussed with industry analysts and executives.
Los Angeles — OEM supplier Suncraft Solutions today announced a partnership with Petra Industries for distribution of the company's Stanley brand of TV mounts in the U.S.
The mount line, which debuted during the summer, includes 10 models for LCD/LED and plasma televisions ranging in size from 26 inches to 100 inches and weighing up to 220 pounds, and is aimed at the consumer do-it-yourself markets.
St. Paul, Minn. — Sanus added to its furniture collection on Wednesday with the unveiling of the Trillium line.
All pieces in the Trillium collection feature A/V media storage, removable back panels for cable routing, and a side access panel for hidden storage.
The Trillium53 ($599) and Trillium63 ($799) cabinets have metal grille doors and are offered in dark cherry or walnut. They can support TVs up to 60 inches and 70 inches, respectively.
Denver — RedSeat Entertainment is traveling to CEDIA Expo, held here this week, to introduce a line of custom chairs with vibration enhancements.
The Tremor FX Home line is designed to provide seat vibrations for home-theater and gaming environments.
The vibrations pulsate in response to an individual soundtrack through a series of actuators built within each seat, the company said. An audio processing engine and wireless transmitter then synchronizes the vibrations with the onscreen action via an HDMI connection.
Denver — Sanus has introduced a high-end home-theater furniture line at CEDIA Expo.
The new Cadenza collection includes two flat-panel media consoles and one A/V media cabinet "inspired by the simple and functional elegance of Scandinavian design," the company said, "combining clean lines and a rich palette of natural materials with high-performance features" to appeal to designers, homeowners and integrators.
Denver — Sanus has launched a CEDIA Expo sweepstakes that will award a $4,500 package of the company's new A/V mounting, installation and furniture solutions being introduced at the show.
Participants and attendees can enter the Big Lucky Draw Sweepstakes up to two times, once online and once by visiting Sanus in booth 2010 at CEDIA Expo. The contest is underway now and runs through Sept. 28.
Bloomfield, Conn. — Salamander Designs, a manufacturer of A/V furniture and accessories, is promoting its recently unveiled website redesign with Facebook giveaways.
The new site, features improvements for consumers and dealers, now lets users sort product choices by style, size, functionality, finish and other qualifiers.
A Custom Configurator tool is designed to select the style, functionality and features best suited to an application.
Los Angeles — OEM supplier Suncraft Solutions today announced a lineup of flat-panel TV mounts under the Stanley brand for the do-it-yourself and consumer markets.
The lineup will consist of 10 models and will begin to roll out in July. The line will accommodate LCD/LED and plasma televisions ranging in size from 26 to 100 inches and weighing up to 220 pounds.
The mounts include click and release security tabs, integrated cable-management systems, and profiles as little as 1 inch from the wall.
St. Paul, Minn. — Sanus announced it has begun shipping two pieces in its Basic series of furniture.
The pieces, shown at International CES in January along with the company’s other new items, include the three-shelf BFV357 and five-shelf BFV353 audio/video stands. The former features tempered glass on a powder-coated steel frame, while the latter has a gunmetal finish and comes with a media-storage basket.
Fullerton, Calif. — Premier Mounts has introduced a mounting cart with an included 360-degree rotating AM500 mega mount for extra-large displays 103 inches and larger and weighing up to 500 pounds.
Premier plans to showcase the new PMC-MM-502 mobile mounting system at the Digital Signage Expo (DSE) in Las Vegas later this month, where it will mount a 103-inch Panasonic display to show off the mount's ability to go from landscape to portrait orientation or lock in at any angle the user chooses. The mount also features positive and negative tilt adjustment.