Cambridge SoundWorks

Tom DeVesto, Tivoli Audio
January 1, 2009

Tom DeVesto, founder of Tivoli Audio, worked at building his reputation as an audio industry innovator long before he ever got involved in producing a single model.

Cambridge SoundWorks i765
March 27, 2008

This iPod docking solution offers complete audio/video entertainment, with a built-in DVD player, CD player, radio and more. It features Cambridge SoundWorks’ signature design—two high-performance drivers combined with a built-in powered subwoofer for deep bass response at all output levels. The large LCD display offers iPod song identification, while the included wireless remote controls both iPod navigation and all SoundWorks i765 system functions. Connect it to a TV with a composite or S-video input for a home theater experience. The system also plays audio CDs and MP3/WMA files on writable CDs and DVDs. Other features include digital AM/FM radio tuner, dual alarms and

Cambridge SoundWorks Introduces iPod-ready Radio
November 15, 2007

The Boston-based audio brand Cambridge SoundWorks this week announced the release of the SoundWorks i765, the latest high-end stereo product in its radio line. The all-purpose audio station, which includes a CD and DVD player, radio and compatibility with the iPod, iPod Touch and the rest of the iPod family of products, and is available now. The product is an update of previous Cambridge SoundWorks radios, enhanced with the Apple compatibility and DVD/CD capability. It is meant to fit in any room in the home, including the bedroom and kitchen. Available for purchase online at www.cambridgesoundworks.com, at Apple Retail

DS0307 Retail 101 ListingNews
March 1, 2007

In 2006, Dell was affected by a massive recall of Sony batteries—batteries Dell uses to power many of its laptops. In early 2007, the company opened its first store in Shanghai. Store counts and sales represent the company’s United States operations only. Best Buy Canada is covered elsewhere in this registry. Wal-Mart is aggressively remodeling many of its stores, and some analysts believe that it will take several months before its sales begin to benefit from those efforts. Sales and store counts represent United States and Canadian operations only. Falling prices on flat panel TVs helped account for Circuit City’s disappointing third quarter sales,

Rebate Alert: HD Radio
October 13, 2006

In preparation for what is bound to be a competitive holiday season for consumer electronics dollars, iBiquity, the company behind HD Radio, announced a rebate program for purchases of HD Radios—around 20—from multiple vendors. This is in addition to a number of radios the company announced it would be giving away for free in a special holiday promotion. The program started yesterday and runs through January 14, 2007, with rebates in either $25 or $50 amounts. The goal is to bring prices for consumers below around or below $200. The rebate will be offered a number of retailers, including RadioShack, Tweeter, select Circuit City

In-Store Experience Impacts Spending, Survey Says
May 4, 2005

Recent findings validate the influence of a "positive in-store experience" when it comes to increased profits for retailers, including a 25 percent spending increase based on satisfactory shopping, according to ChannelEdge. The company released a recent in-store survey of consumers evaluating TVs and related accessories at the point-of-sale. The survey, conducted during March and April of this year, involved interviews with more than 300 individuals, including those in the process of shopping and those who had just made a purchase. "There were dramatic changes in consumer behavior from the time people entered the store until they made a final decision," says Dr. Pamela Henderson, CEO

New Products
January 1, 2004

CES products in the pipeline Samsung SyncMaster 172X LCD monitor. Available now for $599 SRP. The 172X utilizes Samsung's proprietary MagicTune software and dual (digital and analog) inputs. Ideal for PC and online gamers, the 172X features 12-millisecond response time in a package weighing in at just 8.3 lbs. Samsung's MagicBright technology also offers three brightness modes designed for PC, Internet and entertainment applications. Call (800) SAMSUNG or visit www.samsungusa.com/monitor. Westinghouse Digital 27-inch LCD TV (model W32701). Available now for $2,499 SRP. This newly incorporated company with the famous brand name has introduced itself with a range of LCD televisions. Its

New Products
December 1, 2003

Products in the pipeline Samsung SyncMaster 172X LCD monitor. Available now for $599 SRP. The 172X utilizes Samsung's proprietary MagicTune software and dual (digital and analog) inputs. Ideal for PC and online gamers, the 172X features 12-millisecond response time in a package weighing in at just 8.3 lbs. Samsung's MagicBright technology also offers three brightness modes designed for PC, Internet and entertainment applications. Call (800) SAMSUNG or visit www.samsungusa.com/monitor. Westinghouse Digital 27-inch LCD TV (model W32701). Available now for $2,499 SRP. This newly incorporated company with the famous brand name has introduced itself with a range of LCD televisions. Its 27-inch widescreen

CE 2002 Year in Review
December 1, 2002

2002 could be described as the year of the roller coaster. Predictions of an improving economy early in the year proved faulty as markets declined; companies continued to cut back on jobs; and consumer confidence plummeted to serious lows. Meanwhile, new developments in HDTV digital copyright protection have delighted some and frustrated others, leaving the consumer to make sense of complicated issues. The stress on Americans due to world political machinations and domestic corporate scandals hasn't helped much either. Still, retail did see a jump in numbers mid-fall, which could give hope for a promising holiday season. Dealerscope asked the industry some of the