Paint is so 20th century. CEDIA's Future Tech Pavilion featured a literal video wall that had home theater enthusiasts drooling.
Runco dished up a family-friendly home theater projector at CEDIA 2011 with an asking price under $4K.
We took a listen to Klipsch's first noise-cancelling headphones, the Mode M40.
Pioneer worked with THX and Air Studios to dramatically improve audio quality for the D3 digital amplifiers found in the new Elite SC receivers.
Monster unveiled a new Bluetooth adapter capable of decoding AAC at CEDIA 2011, and unintentionally revealed a new speaker product intended for CES 2012 release.
SpeakerCraft’s CEDIA 2011 announcements yielded new “invisible” speakers that hide behind drywall, three new digital amps with lower power consumption and heat, and updates on some long-awaited products that never quite showed up as promised.
TiVo's new Premiere Elite includes tons of storage space, four tuners, network media access and THX certification, but no terrestrial HD tuner.
Yamaha will show off its refreshed Aventage line of A/V receivers at CEDIA 2011.