Looks Really Matter
Joining us this episode is CEO and Boss Lady of Integration Controls, Director of Marketing for Atlona Garth Lobban, and Senior Vice President of Industry Engagement at CEDIA Giles Sutton as we take a look at what’s going on in the world of residential.
We kick things off by looking at a particular case study concerning the benefits and pitfalls of an outsourced service solution for your business. Are these RMR platforms sustainable? Looking at what service model is right for you and your clients.
CEDIA has been updating their website, and with it comes a new outlook for their CIT and IST designations. It’s very fortunate that we have Giles with us to discuss what this revamp and new certifications mean for CEDIA, and how they reflect the current evolution for our industry.
Finally, SnapAV has unveiled the Episode Impression Series satellite speaker and bandpass subwoofer to be installed as in-ceiling speakers. In-ceiling speakers are nothing new for the industry, but it is treading new ground for SnapAV. That being said, there is an uncomfortable bandage of a question that needs to be ripped off- Do we really need this? Looking at Snap’s lineup and where they belong in the speaker space.
- Jamie Breisemeister – Integration Controls
- Garth Lobban – Atlona
- Giles Sutton – CEDIA
- Residential Systems – Case study for RMR service solutions
- Residential Tech Today – CEDIA revamps CIT and IST designations
- AVNation – SnapAV showcases new in-ceiling speakers