September 7-9, 2017
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The 2017 CEDIA Expo incorporated all sorts of diverse technologies and specialties, from audio and video to home automation and more. While walking the show, I found a lot of interesting products that didn’t fit into the product categories I was covering, but that I thought deserved attention. Here are a few of them, with all prices in USD.
The focus at the CEDIA Expo, the 2017 edition of which took place at the San Diego Convention Center, is more on custom-installed audio systems than traditional audio, which means we always see a lot more new in-wall and in-ceiling models than freestanding speakers. But there were a few new interesting freestanding models at the 2017 Expo. Here are the most interesting ones I found, with all prices in USD.
While the 2017 CEDIA Expo, which took place last week at the San Diego Convention Center, showed quite a few conventional speakers, the focus was on so-called “architectural” speakers, which for the most part means in-wall and in-ceiling models. Fortunately, many of the most revered brands in audio have gotten into this market, so the 2017 Expo witnessed some highly inventive new architectural models that look like they might be competitive with some of the best freestanding speakers.
When it comes to audio electronics, the 2017 CEDIA Expo, which took place at the San Diego Convention Center (and was just about to close as I write this from the front lobby of the SDCC), focused mostly on surround-sound and multiroom audio gear. But there were a few new products of interest to two-channel audio aficionados. Here are the most interesting ones I found, with all prices in USD.
It used to be rare to find wireless speakers at the CEDIA Expo, which focuses on custom-installed audio/video systems and home automation. But the 2017 CEDIA Expo, which took place at the San Diego Convention Center, had quite a few new wireless speakers. This product category is growing so fast and capturing so much of the public’s attention that few audio manufacturers can afford to ignore it.
On Thursday, September 7, the 2017 CEDIA Expo opened at the San Diego Convention Center, displaying what is surely the world’s largest assortment of audio and video gear designed for custom installation. The CEDIA Expo focuses mostly on large home-theater systems, in-wall and in-ceiling audio systems, and outdoor audio products, but it also tends to feature a good number of stereo music products and often a smattering of mass-market stuff such as headphones and Bluetooth speakers.
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