While Matt is on some well deserved vacation time, the news does not stop. We’ve got a collection of the latest news coming out of the residential side of the AV industry. Joining Tim today is Chief Content Officer for CE Pro Jason Knott and CEO and Founder of Access Networks Hagai Feiner as we tackle the biggest stories of residential.
As the Covid-19 pandemic continues, more people are adopting the work from home lifestyle. However, with that work coming home it’s more apparent that the networks made for residential don’t quite cut it for certain work. We discuss the way systems like AV Over IP is influencing home AV and blurring the lines between commercial and residential once more.
Audio enthusiasts have been waging an ever-constant war between wired and wireless solutions for their home audio setups. Which one is right? Is there a clear winner, or does this have to be decided on a case by case basis? Looking at the pros and cons of each side.
As part of the Society for Information Display’s (SID) Display Week virtual event, the company TCL showcased their new 5-series and 6-series TV models for the year. They utilize QLEDs to bring an enhanced picture. Clearly there are people excited about the innovations being made in the display market, but how do we properly show these advances to clients without totally alienating them? Discussing where this technology could go and how to bring your customers and clients into the conversation.
- Jason Knott – CE Pro
- Hagai Feiner – Access Networks
- CE Pro – AV over IP solutions and home office audio
- Residential Systems – Wireless audio solutions versus wired
- Residential Tech Today – TCL showcases QLED displays at Display Week
- AVNation studios production equipment provided by Shure and Vaddio.
- The Rise of Resimercial was previously discussed on AVWeek 469.