Crestron this week announced the arrival of two new 2.8-inch touch screens. The products, the TPMC-3SM and TPMC-3SMD, are easily installed in a single gang wall box.
In a quiet corner of Crestron Electronics' cavernous Rockleigh, N.J. research lab, an aged engineer hunches over a chaotic assembly of plastic tubes, spinning motors and wire. He flips a switch and an exhaust pipe spews a plume of white mist. "This is my Rube Goldberg machine," says George Feldstein, with an impish grin. "I always have to keep my hands busy. Not bad for a CEO, huh?"
At 70 the founder of Crestron Electronics-maker of myriad home automation devices-is as fit and energetic as a man half his age.
The next episode of the DIY Network's Hollywood Hi-Tech will feature "Entertainment Tonight" host Nancy O'Dell and A/V and lighting control products from Crestron.
Most audio vendors at last month's CEDIA Expo ventured beyond their comfort zones into areas that two years ago would have been considered a stretch for them. Soundbars, wireless streaming devices and headphones—all fueled by the growth of tablets and smartphones—are now a requirement for even the highest of high-end suppliers. In other trends, on-wall,…
Crestron's Jeff Singer on the products and programs for upgrading systems from analog to digital.
Crestron Thursday announced the winners of its annual Integration Awards, which were handed out during a ceremony at CEDIA Expo earlier this month.
Crestron said Wednesday that its MLX-3 handheld wireless remote control product is now available. The product features a 2-inch high-resolution LCD color display and smooth, responsive push buttons.
Niles Audio said Wednesday that Hank "Moose" Alexander has returned to the company as Western regional sales manager. He replaces Kenneth Johnsen, who was recently promoted international training manager.