CEDIA Expo 2019 just wrapped up last week, and while there was nothing revolutionary introduced at the show, here are the top 5 evolutionary products I found to be the most interesting.
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I get annoyed when people ask me, be it as a calibrator or as a photographer, what equipment I use or comment about a nice photo I snapped, suggesting that I must be using a professional camera. These types of comments frustrate me because it's as if the person is implying that the equipment used is the reason someone can do a good job.
Imagine my surprise when the Lenco brand was revived back in 2014. After a very long wait, I purchased the new L-175 turntable, which has a glass top, built in phono pre-amp, and USB output, along with a very good tone arm.
A hands-on look at the Lemon California Roll solar-powered portable Bluetooth speaker, first introduced at CES 2017.
The Bowers & Wilkins (B&W) P3 on-ear headphones, which sell for a mere $179, offer some stellar sonic features, and come in traditional and luxurious black. I had the chance to take them for a test drive.
A hands-on review of the Master & Dynamic MH40 headphones.
I love using my iPhone for work. Virtually everything, including writing articles, can be done using my iPhone. The downside of that is that by 2 p.m., my battery level is usually already down to about 30%. I've tried lots of charging options, including tethering my phone to a charger in the office or car, power cases, and portable battery packs.
Another CEDIA Expo is coming to a close. Before you head home to digest all of the great information you acquired at the show and share it with your team, here are a few more products that are worth a look.
There was plenty more to see on the second day of CEDIA Expo 2017, which is currently underway in San Diego, CA. Here are some highlights.
CEDIA Expo 2017, the trade show for the custom integration and automation segment, is underway in San Diego, CA. And already several products and technologies are stand-outs. Here are our picks for some of the most enticing ones.
Having a tool with the ability to create cinema designs to industry standards and the latest formats, and have technically accurate drawings that can be dropped into CAD, is incredibly useful.