QLED, OLED, TL;DR
Thanks to that long Memorial Day weekend, we are refreshed and ready to tackle the latest news and stories from the residential side of the AV industry. Joining us on a Tuesday (because we want to respect their time too!) is Executive Director of PowerHouse Alliance Dennis Holzer and Vice President of Business Development for Origin Acoustics Joe Whitaker.
CEDIA Expo 2023 has opened for registration. The show is back in Denver from September 6-9. If you’re not aware of this show and you’re in the residential space, you should get to know it!
Crestron is launching an expansion of their Digital Workplace line. This is a series of hybrid work solutions, making a large push in the bring your own device (BYOD) space. While these solutions aren’t quite as entry-level as DIY solutions, it is an easy barrier of entry to those avenues. What does it mean for the big players like Crestron to move into that space?
Samsung is reported to be purchasing high-end display panels from LG this year, with an intent to be used in their OLED display solutions. Samsung had previously made OLED TVs, but stopped in 2015 due to the high cost at the time. We also covered this story on AVWeek on the commercial side, but what does this mean for the residential space?
Audio Advice Live had their first show last year, and was such a success that they are pulling it off again in Raleigh, NC from August 4-6. As the name would imply, this event is specifically catered to home audio and home theater solutions all under one spot. Is this kind of event something that would be good outreach for integrators?