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This is the show all about the residential side of the AV industry. Or perhaps today it will be about stand up paddle boarding, which is apparently a thing. No, let’s instead focus on the thing we’re good at, talking about the latest AV news. Today we are joined by owner of Southtown AV Heather Sidorowicz and Software Development Manager for BlackWire Design Seth Johnson.
The Wasatch Energy Group and sonnen partner up to bring a series of virtual power plant projects to cover roughly 3,000 residences with solar power generation. Solar energy always sounds nice, but it is difficult to sell. Can integrators find a way to make the sale, or does it require a large-scale project like this?
Audio Advice has developed a free interactive 3D design tool to guide users through the process of managing acoustic solutions in their home theaters. While this is a nice piece of software, how much use can integrators get out of it compared to an end-user? Does this open the conversation and bridge the gap for consumer and integrator?
We take a quick second to shout out Lila Snyder, the new CEO of Bose. Not only is she the first female CEO for the company, but also an MIT graduate with a masters and doctorate in mechanical engineering. Congratulations!
SurgeX has a new line of uninterruptible power supply (UPS) solutions with built-in isolation transformers. In this digital age, power is everything. And UPS solutions like this are almost a no-brainer. So how do we clearly communicate the importance of these products to our clients? Discussing how to approach that sale.
- Heather Sidorowicz – Southtown AV
- Seth Johnson – BlackWire Designs
- CE Pro – Sonnen and Wasatch announce VPP projects in California
- Residential Systems – Audio Advice releases free interactive home theater design tool
- CE Pro – Bose names Lila Snyder as new CEO
- Residential Tech Today – SurgeX unveils new line of UPS solutions