Did you catch the 100-disc Blu-ray ripper, PetVac, $100 IP speaker, virtual remote control, Z-Wave flood sensors and other under-exposed products on the CEDIA show floor?
Philips Pronto In-Wall Touchscreen
$100 IP Speakers
100-Disc Blu-ray Ripper
PetVac
Clipsal + HAI = Love
Filling the Z-Wave Gap
Built-In Calibration Tools
LED Lighting from Stewart
Virtual Remote
Wireless Audio
Modular Matrix Switchers
JBL Everest ... Light
Tool-less Mount
Lifts with "Refined Design"
 
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Wireless Audio

Best known for its structured wiring systems, Channel Vision has joined the wireless bandwagon with its new RF solutions for surround sound and whole-house audio.

The point-to-multipoint WA-321 transmitter ($55) connects to a receiver (or any audio source) to deliver sound to the rear channels and remote rooms of the house. It accepts line level or speaker level audio.

The WA-361 RF receivers ($60) can feed two speakers.

No amplification at the rear-speakers in a surround system? ChannelVision offers the the 80-watt A0240 class D amp ($160) to power the surrounds. Or you could always go with ChannelVision’s own powered speakers.

Read more: 14 Hidden Gems at CEDIA Expo 2009