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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JBL Everest ... Light

If you’ve ever been floored by the performance—and prices—of JBL’s K2 and Everest speakers, its new JBL LS Series might be just the thing.

The more affordable line brings the same compression driver technology as the K2 and Everest “at a price people can afford,” says Phil McPhee, marketing manager, home theater, for JBL parent Harman International.

The new LS Series includes a compact bookshelf loudspeaker (the LS40); two floor-standing tower speakers (the LS60 and LS80); and a center-channel loudspeaker (the LS Center).

In a 5.1 system, McPhee says LS speakers range from $3,499 to $5,500.

Read more: 14 Hidden Gems at CEDIA Expo 2009