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ResiWeek 262: Steam My Beard

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Ask Your Doctor if HCL is Right For You

Somehow, despite coming off of one of the biggest games in sports, this week we are consummate professionals dedicated to talking about what’s going on in the residential space. Joining us is Software Development Manager for BlackWire Designs Seth Johnson, Founder & CEO of Home Theater Advisors Mark Feinberg, and Owner & President of ProAudio Georgia Steven Brawner.

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It has been announced that InfoComm 2021 has been delayed from June to October 23-29. We did get to sit down with AVIXA’s CEO David Labuskes to talk about this decision, but that doesn’t we can’t ponder about what this might mean for events in the coming year and the AV industry as a whole. What does this mean for CEDIA Expo or ISE later in the year?

Next, we have a discussion about Human-Centric Lighting (or HCL, as some people are trying to make catch on) and integrators experience in bringing it forward to their consumer base. Is Human-Centric Lighting developed enough to make that sale? How can integrators fully show their clients what this space is capable of, or is it even worth trying to push? Looking at where HCL belongs in this market and where it could go further down the line.

Host: Matt Scott
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