This One’s For Alisse
Every sixty seconds, a minute passes in AV. Although time being as wobbly and inconsequential as it is now, that could be argued. What isn’t arguable is that we have a whole lot of residential AV news coming your way. With us to discuss these stories is host of the Thoughtful Integration Show Joe Whitaker, CEO of Auralex Dave Pedigo, and some third person who wandered into the Zoom call but also happens to be a mainstay of AVNation Bradford Benn.
Google has once again taken another program before its time. The casuality this time is Nest Secure’s alarm system. How many times can Google bring something up only to shut it down mere months later? And what does this mean for integrators and consumers who are now looking at their devices?
Perhaps not content with the lack of people visiting hotels or specifically hotel elevators, Lutron has showcased their new Alisse wall control. It comes with a handcafted metal finish and is personalized for the home. That being said, where could we see these being installed? Looking at the potential consumer base and how this control solution will fare against other contemporaries.
CEDIA has a new white paper focused solely on HDMI 2.1 and the improved specifications for integrators to use. How does this next step in HDMI help with the rise of 4K and even 8K? Looking at the contents of this white paper and how they can be applied for integrators.
- Joe Whitaker – Thoughtful Integrations
- Dave Pedigo – Auralex
- Bradford Benn – Bradford on Twitter
- CE Pro – Google to discontinue Nest Secure
- Residential Tech Today – Lutron unveils Alisse wall control
- Residential Systems – CEDIA release white paper on HDMI 2.1
- AVNation studios production equipment provided by Shure and Vaddio.
- Nest’s microphone kerfuffle referenced by Bradford was discussed in ResiWeek 160.
- Beta testing for CEDIA certification mentioned by Joe can be found here.