Last month, the Financial Times reported that streaming services are the biggest money makers in the music industry. According to the article, " US revenues from streaming providers such as Spotify, Apple Music and Pandora grew 29 per cent in 2015 to $2.41bn, accounting for 34.3 per cent of total industry revenues. It was the first time total streaming revenues passed $2bn as every segment of the market grew."
Russound's XTS in-wall touchscreen doesn't take its job lying down, unless that is what the job calls for.
Thanks to a recent update, our popular XTS touchscreen -- an advanced, intuitive touchscreen control for Russound's XStream systems and MCA-Series Controllers -- nowfeatures a Landscape mode that allows it to be mounted horizontally in order to better accommodate a two-gang opening in any installation, especially those where the XTS is replacing a two-gang device.
Of all the new Russound models hitting the market, one of the most intriguing has to be the TVA2.1 digital amplifier, which has an overwhelmingly positive effect on TV audio in rooms where a full-blown theater may not be feasible. The stealthy TVA2.1 is easily mounted behind a TV, in a wall box, or placed on a shelf.
Russound is now shipping its XZone4 Four-Stream, Four-Zone Audio System, which is designed to offer Russound installers a single-box package featuring simple browser-based configuration with a smartphone, tablet, or laptop.
Just as CEDIA dominates the CI market in the Fall, so too does ISE (Integrated Systems Europe) have a similar effect each February, with major players and upstarts alike vying for the attention of more than 65,000 visitors absorbing a barrage of news and updates over the course of four days.