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Crestron, Nancy O'Dell on Hollywood Hi-Tech
October 6, 2011

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.

CEDIA 2011: Audio Highlights
October 1, 2011

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 Names Award Winners
September 22, 2011

Crestron Thursday announced the winners of its annual Integration Awards, which were handed out during a ceremony at CEDIA Expo earlier this month.

Crestron MLX-3 Remote Arrives
September 21, 2011

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.

Alexander Returns to Niles
September 21, 2011

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.

Crestron Sponsors CEDIA Speaker Series
September 6, 2011

Crestron has announced that it will be a sponsor of the Insights Speaker Series, which will be held at Crestron's booth at CEDIA Expo this week.

Control4 Gets Full Integration with Z-Wave
September 2, 2011

Control4 home automation loves ZigBee, but a new driver from Extra Vegetables enables complete integration of 500+ Z-Wave devices. With a side dish from UK-based Extra Vegetables, Control4 is now compatible with 500+ Z-Wave home automation devices. Control4 is largely a ZigBee shop, but efforts have been made in the past to bring Z-Wave RF technology to the home automation system. It never took. Now, true Z-Wave integration is available, thanks to a new Control4 driver from UK-based Extra Vegetables, which creates “side dishes” for Control4 and other automation systems. The driver connects Control4 systems to the Vera 2