David Donald talks inspiration and the granular technologies that have made Origin Acoustics so popular among architects, builders, and designers.
Dana Innovations, the parent company of Sonance, iPort, and TRUFIG, shared a couple of news items this week.
Klipsch Audio has inked a deal with the Authorized Integrators Network to extend their partnership another three-and-a-half years.
Meridian Audio previewed some of the new products that it will be displaying at the 2015 CEDIA Expo in Dallas next week.
Part of the transition plan since Sherbourn Technologies was acquired by Jade Design before the turn of the year has been to broaden the high-performance audio component line’s appeal among the custom integrator community. Explained company president Dan Laufman, “We want to become a go-to line – a line that installers will look to for end-to-end solutions. And the product package we are working on will make us more relevant, to that end, to our dealers.”
Custom integrators welcome a challenge like anyone else, but when it comes to installation, easier is always better. The easier the manufacturer makes a product for installation, the faster custom integrators can get to their next job. It also helps them to be better prepared to please clients and secure additional projects. At Jamo, veteran loudspeaker artisans have not only accepted this challenge, but surpassed even their own expectations with the new custom in-ceiling and in-wall loudspeakers—the 600 and 400 series.