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ResiWeek 408: Riches And Niches

Right Stuff For Residential

There may be only a few weeks left in the year, but the news doesn’t stop for anyone. We’re here to discuss the biggest stories in the residential AV space, and with us is Avi Rosenthal from Bluesalve Partners and Rich Fregosa from Fregosa Design.

Amazon CEO Andy Jass stated his intention of bringing remote workers back into the office. The AV industry is in a delicate place for remote working. Projects cannot be done on-site remotely, unless someone has some kind of bomb-disposal robot installing speakers. On the other hand, our bread and butter are these same solutions that make remote working possible. What does this return to the office mean for integrators?

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Harman has announced the acquisition of Roon. Roon is a subscription-based digital music library and streaming platform. Harman is committed to growing Roon’s ecosystem and looks to expand their ability to create great audio experiences. We discuss what this means for both companies and the music management space moving forward.

NYControlled had their first trade show for residential lighting systems. The event hosted over 800 attendees and 36 exhibitors. According to the collaborating groups of the Illuminating Engineering Society and Designers Lighting Forum for New York, the show was a solid success. Lighting is something we keep bringing up as a potential avenue that some integrators still won’t tread. Would shows like this provide a peak into the potential of lighting?

Host: Matt Scott
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