Audio Control

CDMI to Open Chicago Showroom
March 11, 2012

Representative firm CDMI announced plans to open a home theater showroom in Chicago on April 1. The venue, an area showroom for CDMI dealers, will be located at the River East Arts Center on E. Illinois Street.

AudioControl Names Camara CEO
January 12, 2012

AudioControl announced Wednesday that it has promoted Alex Camara to CEO. Former CEO Tom Walker will now be chairman of the board and chief strategy officer.

"Since AudioControl’s launch in 1977, we have been steadfast in our vision to deliver best-of-class audio/video solutions that enhance our customers lives and to ‘make good sound better,’" Walker said as part of the announcement.

Spring Home Theater Show Starts Tuesday in Chicago
April 4, 2011

Chicago-based rep firm CDMI is hosting a Spring Home Theater show this week in Chicago. The event, scheduled for April 5 and 6, with exhibitors including AudioControl, DNP, ihiji, JL Audio, StereoStone and more.

ihiji Names Reps, Partnerships
November 17, 2010

ihiji this week announced the appointment of three sales representative organizations which will handle the company's cloud-based remote in-home electronic systems monitoring product, Invision.

MERA Offering Member-Only KnowledgeFest Specials
October 7, 2010

MERA announced Thursday that it is offering a special "Black Card" for its members, granting them show-only specials at the KnowledgeFest event, which begins Sunday in Dallas.

AudioControl Launches Savoy G3 Amplifier
August 19, 2010

AudioControl this week announced the launch of a new theater amplifier, the seven-channel Savoy G3, which is calls its most powerful to date.

Marantz Wireless iPod Dock
January 15, 2009

Marantz America’s Bluetooth-capable IS301 Wireless Dock for iPod offers simple connection and wireless audio playback through a home entertainment system.

Any Way You Go
October 24, 2008

Mobile electronics accessories are always the shining star in the profits of specialty retailers. There are the entry level accessories with extra features built in, such as high-end interconnects and power distribution. After that are step-up accessories, the ones that come after you’ve sold a head unit or a pair of speakers. With the customer rapport established, it’s much easier for the salesperson to say, “By the way, while we have your dashboard apart, we can install this for you at a discount because we’re already halfway there.”