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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Modular Matrix Switchers

This series of modular matrix switchers is so new that the company isn’t sure it’s going to stick with that name. The 2000 Series is a working name, says product manager Trent Davis, but Audio Authority needed to call the products something during CEDIA Expo 2009. It’s shooting for a release toward the end of Q1 2010.

The modular system can be configured with up to 184 outputs. It features:

*Highly customizable, modular matrix system
*Configurations from 4x4 to 12x184
*Bus architecture enables simple, quick expansion
*Breakaway audio/video switching
*Ethernet, serial, IR, and front panel control options

“It’s expandable and modular for easy customization and upgrades,” Davis says. He envisions installers using it for both residential and commercial applications.

Davis says 8-input systems will start at $2,500 and 12-input systems will start at $3,000.

Read more: 14 Hidden Gems at CEDIA Expo 2009