Honestly, we were somewhat surprised by the magnitude of Klipsch's booth at CEDIA, but it made sure every square inch was well utilized. A variety of speaker families were all out for us to see, including the KlipschCast wireless lineup, the Icon series, and of course, the firm's ultra-elegant Pall
Denon's booth rocked the same subtle, simplistic style that its laid-back array of gizmos always seem to, and while it only took a moment to get from one side to the other, 'twas a satisfactory experience nonetheless. Check out the gallery in full right here.
Nah, Denon's futuristic Blu-ray player / receiver concept didn't show up at CEDIA, but a whole host of other players, speakers, and receivers sure did. Among the highlights were the S-52 wireless multi-zone music system, the ASD-3N iPod / Network Client Dock, and racks of home theater gear we could
While we never thought we'd see (legitimate) Monster cabling being sold out of the back of a van (ahem), the company definitely had an accessory-packed ride parked right in the middle of its fairly extravagant exhibit. As you'd expect, there seemed to be enough cable there to wire up downtown Denve
To no one's surprise, Monster was out in force at this year's CEDIA, and it was probably packin' enough cabling to wire up the whole show by itself. 'Course, it also brought along its home control devices, wall mounts, power conditioners and the obligatory shag wagon, but notably, the Einstein Home
Thankfully, it looks like Gefen has stepped up its efforts since exhibiting at last year's CEDIA, and this year's display was larger, much more organized, and actually up on the top (read: main) floor. Granted, most of the gizmos there have been around the block a time or two, but it was definitely
Branching away from all that video hardware a bit, we swung by Yamaha's jam-packed booth to check out the new receivers, surround sound options, and in-wall speakers. As expected, there were more receivers than anyone cared to count, and while the selection of in-wall speakers didn't look all that
Samsung's booth wasn't exactly located in prime territory, but it definitely took up a lot of second-rate real estate. Beneath the illumination, attendees found a slew of HDTVs, projectors, audio systems, and plenty of self-confident individuals willing to rock 3D goggles in broad daylight to exper
While it was nice to drop by and see what Logitech had to offer, those bright lights just feet away at Samsung's booth were mighty hard to resist. Sammy chose a variety of devices to showcase, including Blu-ray players, DVD recorders (one with a VCR, no less), DLP / LCD televisions, and home theate
Logitech's showing at CEDIA wasn't anything to write home about, as the sheer size of its booth seemed to overshadow the ho hum products on hand. Still, it did manage to offer up a dedicated Transporter tinker room and a couple of demo remotes, which can be seen by heading on over to the gallery.
Frankly, we were a tad shocked at just how large Logitech's floor presence actually was, but then again, nearly everything looks sizable once you crawl out of Sanyo's mini-hut. Nevertheless, Logitech was out in full force at CEDIA demonstrating its Squeezebox, MX Air mouse, diNovo Edge keyboard, Ha
There's just no way to followup a visit to Dish Network's booth than to hit up DirecTV directly afterwards, eh? Sadly, DirecTV's space was packed to the brim with individuals and an excessive amount of TVs, but we squeaked our way through the madness to get some shots of the company's HR21 Pro, whi
DirecTV's booth seemed entirely too small for the amount of people and LCD TVs that were stuffed within, but we survived long enough to catch a few shots of the newfangled HR21 Pro DVR and to hear some not-so-encouraging words about the next rollout of HD offerings. You know the deal, hop on over h
While Microsoft representatives at CEDIA were being exceedingly selfish with any information about the media-centric partnership with D-Link and Linksys, Niveus was putting all its cards right there on the table. Essentially, Microsoft claims that the actual hardware from Linksys and D-Link \"could
Just as expected, Exceptional Innovation was showing off its new Model 754 LifeMedia Server at CEDIA, and sure enough, that bad boy was sportin' no fewer than four CableCARD slots. According to an on-site representative, this very machine should start shipping out to consumers within a month or so,
Ready or not, Exceptional Innovation is already showing off its latest LifeMedia server, complete with four CableCARD tuners. We know you're itching to see such overkill in more detail, so follow the trail to the gallery and gawk away.
Dish Network came to CEDIA and left the gloves behind, as it proudly (and rightfully, at the moment) proclaimed to be \"the leader in HD\" while simultaneously disregarding that other company who'd likely disagree. Within the booth, however, there were a number of enticements, including a placard tha
Dish Network's booth was certainly not destitute of propaganda, but it did provide an open look at its current line of DVRs and receivers as well as giving onlookers something else to look forward to. We'd hate to leave you hangin' like that, so follow the trail on over to EngadgetHD for the full s