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Aug 24, 2010

ProntoTunes Application Creates Two-Way Apple Integration For Pronto Control Panels

A two-way controller for a slew of Apple applications has been developed in collaboration between Philips Pronto and the Australia-based ProntoProject.com. The new controller allows its users increased ability to interface and use Apple digital media. Continue Reading
ProntoTunes Application Creates Two-Way Apple Integration For Pronto Control Panels

Jun 30, 2010

Control4 Releases OS 2.0, Opens 4Store

The Control 4 OS 2.0 is the most powerful automation product so far from the Control4 organization. The newly-released Control4 OS 2.0 combines Flash technology for developers and the functionality to remotely control AV technology within the home. Continue Reading
Control4 Releases OS 2.0, Opens 4Store

Jun 09, 2010

Philips Pronto Launches New Accessory Line

Polar Bear Solutions sounds like it could either be what large white Arctic mammals are doing to combat global warming, or what Arctic humans are doing about large white Arctic mammals. In fact, it's a new accessory line from Philips Pronto. Continue Reading
Philips Pronto Launches New Accessory Line

Jun 09, 2010

Meridian Sooloos iPad App Now Available

To make your experience with the Meridian Sooloos Digital Media System even better than it already it, Meridian now has an iPad app that enables you, without charge, to download anything you might want or need from the online Apple App Store. Continue Reading

May 17, 2010

Xantech Using Apple iPad As Controller

In a move I see more and more manufacturers making, Xantech is turning their control over to the hot, touch panel of choice -Apple's iPad. While the iPad may be revolutionizing tablet computers it's poised to turn the CE world on its head with virtually every manufacturer scrambling to maximize their involvement with the sleek little tablet. Continue Reading
Xantech Using Apple iPad As Controller

May 01, 2010

Clean Remote Company Says Hotel Remotes Are Filthy

You've seen the movie version of The Shining, and maybe the TV miniseries as well. You've seen Vacancy. Oh, and of course you've seen Psycho. Well, in addition to supernatural forces, sadists and lunatics, now you can worry about hotel remote controls. Continue Reading
Clean Remote Company Says Hotel Remotes Are Filthy

Feb 20, 2010

Apple's Red-hot iPad Is a Crestron Controller

Crestron is known for their slick system controllers, which includes some pretty substantial touch panels that are not only exclusive but also expensive. In an attempt to be more inclusive Crestron has opened their control know-how to other peripherals, specifically Apple's new iPad. Continue Reading
Apple's Red-hot iPad Is a Crestron Controller

Jan 26, 2010

Control4 Driver for Sonos launched by Extra Vegetables.

You'd think news of Control4 releasing a driver making their systems compatible with Sonos systems would come from Control4 itself, or at the very least Sonos, but no, it appears the driver was developed by Extra Vegetables a firm specializing in home automation interfaces. Continue Reading
Control4 Driver for Sonos launched by Extra Vegetables.

Jan 13, 2010

Control 4 Annouces New App Store For Home Automation

The primary concept behind home automation is to make everything electronic easier for the residents of the home. In keeping with this philosophy, Control4 is opening its online 4Store, a marketplace for a wide variety of applications. Continue Reading
Control 4 Annouces New App Store For Home Automation

Dec 28, 2009

New Aria Resort at Las Vegas' City Center Wired With Control4 Automation Products

Control4 automation has been integrated into the Aria Resort in Las Vegas. Not only does this allow in-depth system control, it allows control of energy usage. Continue Reading
New Aria Resort at Las Vegas' City Center Wired With Control4 Automation Products

Dec 21, 2009

SilverPAC Universal Remote Streams PC Content

If you are an ordinary consumer with no ties to the AV industry except as a purchaser of product, contact your local supplier, because he or she will be able to get in line to obtain SilverPAC's new Evolution 5500 advanced universal remote. Continue Reading
SilverPAC Universal Remote Streams PC Content

Sep 22, 2009

Control4 Unveils New Operating System - OS 2.0

A lot of electronic and AV products were proudly shown to the world by their makers and distributors at the CEDIA Expo 2009. Among these was Control4's new operating system, OS 2.0, which makes customization and personalization even easier for users. Continue Reading
Control4 Unveils New Operating System - OS 2.0

May 24, 2009

Russound's New iPhone Home Theater Control

Russound is joining the Apple revolution with its new RNET Touchpoint user interface. This is the company's first foray into touch solutions that are designed to work with a variety of Apple's iProducts within a wireless multiroom installation. Continue Reading
Russound's New iPhone Home Theater Control

May 23, 2009

NuVo Technologies' Slick New Wireless Control Pad

Those who are already enjoying the Grand Concerto and/or the Essentia E6G multi-room audio systems from NuVo Technologies may be interested to hear of that company's new Wireless Control Pad, which upgrades the user's control abilities. Continue Reading
NuVo Technologies' Slick New Wireless Control Pad

Feb 05, 2009

Universal Remote's PSX-2 "Personal Server" An iPod Dock on Steroids

The term "personal server" has a vaguely human sound to it. However, Universal Remote's PX-2 personal server is simply a device, albeit one that does so many things with and for the iPod that it seems as if 2001's HAL may be lurking somewhere within. Continue Reading
Universal Remote's PSX-2

Dec 20, 2008

GreenPeak Makes a Universal Remote That Needs Barely Any Batteries Ever?

GreenPeak is semiconductor company that has come up with a new RF remote control that not only allows control that doesn't have to be line of sight, but is also ultra-low power and based on industry standards for control. Continue Reading
GreenPeak Makes a Universal Remote That Needs Barely Any Batteries Ever?

Oct 02, 2008

Russound's New ZXP-E5 Zone Expander Expands Reach of E-Series Controller/Amp

If you've invested in the E-Series Controller/Amp, odds are good that you want to be able to hear it even at a distance. Russound's ZXP-E5 Zone Expander does exactly what its name implies, increasing the acreage that can be impacted by the component. Continue Reading
Russound's New ZXP-E5 Zone Expander Expands Reach of E-Series Controller/Amp

Oct 02, 2008

Russound's IP-Based TSV-E5 Touchscreen To Ship in November

The multi-room audio firm Russound is bringing out its new TSV-E5, a touchscreen that has been designed to be customizable, complete with cameras and dynamic interaction to enhance user experience, all for two thousand, nine hundred and ninety-nine dollars. Continue Reading
Russound's IP-Based TSV-E5 Touchscreen To Ship in November

Oct 02, 2008

Russound To Unveil New Collage System At 2008 CEDIA Expo

PLC-based technology distributes media via existing power lines already in the home and Russound's new Collage System uses the technology extensively, much to the delight of installers and homeowners alike. Continue Reading
Russound To Unveil New Collage System At 2008 CEDIA Expo

Oct 02, 2008

Russound's New CA4 Multizone Controller Amplifier Kit

Multi-room audio purveyor Russound is bringing out the CA4 amplifier, so named because many of its attributes come in quantities of four: there are four sources and four zone controllers, four CA4 keypads and many other assets, all for $1,100. Continue Reading
Russound's New CA4 Multizone Controller Amplifier Kit

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