Listen Technologies Showcases Personal Listening Solutions at ISE 2020

Invites booth visitors to experience a better way to hear the world; demonstrates several solutions, including Listen Audio Guide System, a self-guided tour solution

INTEGRATED SYSTEMS EUROPE – AMSTERDAM – February 4, 2020Listen Technologies, a leading provider of assistive listening systems for 22 years, is demonstrating several of its personal listening solutions at ISE 2020. Solutions on display include Listen EVERYWHERE, ListenTALK, ListenIR and Listen Audio Guide System. Visitors are invited to booth 7-C192 to view live demonstrations of the solutions and learn more about how Listen Technologies is improving life’s experiences and fostering greater engagement with clear, personalized audio. 

Listen EVERYWHERE: Listen EVERYWHERE is the first Wi-Fi streaming solution for personal and assistive listening. The system is easy to add to a venue’s existing wireless network and enables patrons and guests to stream audio from TVs and other venue audio sources directly to their smartphones or tablets via the free Listen EVERYWHERE app. Venues can customize the app to promote their brands and further enhance the user experience. The affordable, low-latency solution is ideal for environments where ambient noise and distance make it difficult to hear audio clearly. Booth visitors will be able to learn more about Listen EVERYWHERE and real applications of the solution.  

ListenTALK: The ListenTALK family of products includes a variety of systems, receivers and accessories to accommodate customers’ unique sound environments, communication needs and budgets. The ListenTALK LK-1 transceiver (combination transmitter/receiver) provides simple, mobile, wireless group communication with the push of a button. When two-way collaboration is not necessary and a one-way system would be sufficient, ListenTALK LKR-11 and LKR-12 offer affordable receiver-only options. Listen Technologies also has ready to use, quick set-up ListenTALK Systems that integrate the LKR-1 leader transceiver, multiple listen-only receivers and a docking station case for portable assistive listening that can be used for corporate or VIP tours, training and simultaneous interpretation. Visitors to Listen Technologies’ booth can experience the full suite of ListenTALK products and learn more about their applications.

ListenIR: Listen Technologies’ infrared (IR) product offers reliable coverage and the most cost-effective and easy way to install a solution for assistive listening, multilingual audio transmission and other wireless audio applications. With radio frequency (RF)-like sound, twice the power and extended coverage, ListenIR transmits clear, focused audio securely to the intended audience. ListenIR is ideal for classrooms, courtrooms, boardrooms and more. Visitors to the Listen Technologies booth are invited to experience the unmatched performance of this system.  

Listen Audio Guide System: Listen Audio Guide System is the latest in Listen Technologies’ self-guided tour narration solutions and delivers a personalized and engaging visitor experience. Tour operators can customize audio content and upload it to wireless Listen Audio Guide devices tourists carry in their hand or pocket. Users select their preferred language and listen through the unit’s built-in speaker or with headphones. Infrared technology in the unit triggers location-specific audio content to play at the right time and place so users hear relevant and engaging stories about the sights they visit. Listen Technologies will demonstrate the Listen Audio Guide System at its ISE booth.

“We know venues want to be a premier destination for their guests and sightseeing operators want to offer the best tour experience for their visitors. Listen Technologies provides personalized, superior audio solutions that transcend language and accessibility challenges,” said Maile Keone, president of Listen Technologies. “Whatever the listening need – whether it’s streaming audio from screens in a crowded bar to a patron’s smartphone, enabling people who are hard of hearing to hear clearly in a house of worship, or delivering compelling stories in a person’s native language during a tour – Listen Technologies has a solution. We are excited to return to ISE and demonstrate our suite of assistive listening, personal audio and tour narration solutions for businesses and end users.”     

To learn more about Listen Technologies and experience its personal listening solutions at ISE 2020, please visit booth 7-C192.

About Listen Technologies

Venues and tour operators lose business when people struggle to hear and engage. Listen Technologies enriches lives by delivering audio directly to the individual so everyone can hear clearly and share in the same great experience. We help people listen and participate in environments where hearing is difficult, whether on a guided or self-guided tour, in a house of worship, a theme park, theater, or other venue. Our solutions provide technology and storytelling services that help venues and tour operators increase business. Our vision is to improve life’s experiences through sound by providing exceptional audio and content anytime, anywhere, on any platform. To learn more about how Listen Technologies provides a better way to hear the world, visit www.listentech.com. For more about our tour solutions, visit www.audioconexus.com.

Media Contacts:

Kim Spencer

Listen Technologies

801-542-7720

kim.spencer@listentech.com

 

Marybeth (McLean) Roberts

For Listen Technologies

951-553-3343

press@listentech.com

Leon Focuses on Design-Forward Products and Expanded  Partnerships & Collaborations at ISE 2020

Leon Focuses on Design-Forward Products and Expanded Partnerships & Collaborations at ISE 2020

Continuing to lead the design conversation in the AV industry, Leon will be showcasing ways to deliver unique and design-friendly solutions for integrating today’s top technology products into the home and workplace.

[Ann Arbor, MI] – January 30, 2020 –Known as the go-to partner for blending design with technology in any space, Leon will highlight a selection of their design-centric products at ISE 2020 (stand #1-N80), while also focusing on products that cater to their key manufacturer partnerships. Continuing to inspire both integrators and end-users alike, Leon will be displaying products that deliver sound and style for both residential and commercial spaces, emphasizing solutions for Sonos®, popular video conferencing products, customizable home audio, and more. 

Products Not to Miss

Streamlined Solutions for Top Video Conferencing Products 

Integrating high-fidelity audio with today’s most popular video conferencing products, Leon’s Interactive Series offers design-friendly solutions for the modern workplace. Built to match the exact width of the display or multi-screen array, their line of Horizon Interactive soundbars features two channels of audio with a central customizable camera enclosure that is designed to house video conferencing cameras from top brands like Huddly®, Cisco®, Polycom®, Logitech®, and others, making technology integration easier and more aesthetically pleasing than ever. 

Turn Audio Into Art with the Ente SoundTile 

Art and audio in one, the Ente SoundTile embodies Leon’s collaboration with Sonos. While the Ente SoundTile may look like a piece of art, behind the grill are two channels of reference-grade audio from Leon’s Ultima line and power by the SONOS AMP®. Each 36” by 36” (91.4 cm x 91.4 cm) tile is handcrafted out of Baltic Birch, and finished in either Matte Black or Matte White. A perforated metal grill conceals the technology behind it, featuring screen printed artwork from  Rosenstiel’s, or from Leon’s Artist Edition collection that includes a selection of images from fine-art music photographer Robert Rabanne, and sculptural metal grills by New York artist Gabriel Urist. 

 Creative Collaborations & Custom Options

Highlighting their continued collaborations with artists and musicians, Leon will be showing a pair of their new Timbre SEVEN Tower Speakers that were custom-designed for Devon Gilfillian, a recording artist who performed at the Leon Loft in 2019. First debuted at his “Black Hole Rainbow” album release party in Nashville, TN, these full-range speakers feature a psychedelic-inspired baffle and a 2.5-way design with a ported LF chamber that gives response down to 30Hz. Handcrafted out of Baltic Birch with SEAS components, they are well suited for front soundstage in a surround system or for two-channel listening. 

 Visit Leon to see these design-forward products and more at ISE 2020, stand #1-N80.

About Leon Speakers

Leon brings a creative approach to the AV industry by designing and manufacturing customizable speakers and technology concealment solutions that enhance the sound and style of any space. For over 20 years, they have been a leader in the conversation on merging design with technology, creating innovative products that serve both the Residential and Commercial markets. Learn more on their website

All products, product names, trademarks and registrations mentioned are the property of their respective owners, all rights reserved.

Media Contact

For interviews, reviews, or booth tours, please contact Katye (McGregor) Bennett of KMB Communications, Inc: (425) 328-8640 or katye@kmbcomm.com.

Screen Innovations Simplifies Multi-Screen Installations with New Janus Power and Control Hub

Screen Innovations Simplifies Multi-Screen Installations with New Janus Power and Control Hub

Janus from SI enables as many as eight screens to be powered and controlled from a hub 75% smaller than traditional control panels. 

Austin, TX (January 16, 2020) — Screen Innovations (SI), a premiere manufacturer of optical screen and shading products, announces at ISE 2020 in stand #1-N80, a revolutionary new product, Janus, designed to simplify and expand the installation of motorized screens. In the past, integrators have had no choice but to mount huge panels or run conduit to deliver power and control multiple motorized screens. SI’s revolutionary Janus hub, however, is able to do the job at a fraction of the size of traditional panels, without the need for conduit. Janus is 75% smaller than its closest competitor, yet has the capacity to accommodate connections for as many as eight screens and eight accessories, such as keypads.  

Its ultra-compact form factor combined with huge capacity for commercial and large residential projects sets Janus in a class all its own. Ideal for projects requiring the installation of multiple screens, the expandability of Janus is limitless. It can utilize all wire topologies, even a Cat5 or Cat6 can be run 45.7 meters or more to SI’s largest screen motor. 

Designed for the Future

Janus was designed for integrators to be infinitely expandable and capable of supporting any project. “We designed a product that combines future and past technologies into one, with the combination of UTP connections on one side of Janus and terminal blocks on the other side. No matter what type of wire you pulled on an existing project or a new project, Janus can be employed,” says Michael Braithwaite, CTO of SI.

Fits Where Traditional Panels Can’t and Runs Cool to the Touch

Due to its small form factor and highly efficient power supplies, Janus affords integrators a wide variety of mounting options. Unlike all other low-voltage power and control systems, Janus is both rack and panel mountable. It can even be mounted above the ceiling to minimize wiring runs. Several Janus units can be daisy-chained to streamline the installation of extremely large screen jobs. Traditional structured wiring enclosures support only 10 screens. Because Janus runs cool to the touch, multiple units can be stacked together tightly to support 32 screens in the same allotment of space of a conventional panel that supports 10 screens. 

Visit SI at stand #1-N80 to see Janus in action and to learn more about SI’s wide range of screen solutions. 

For more information about SI, please visit screeninnovations.com, on Facebook @screen innovations, and on Twitter @SIScreens.

About Screen Innovations

Screen Innovations engineers and hand-builds all its screen and shade solutions at its 75,000-square-foot factory in Austin, Texas. Dedicated to developing the most unique and innovative screens and shade for the custom residential and commercial markets, the company offers a wide variety of design-forward products that suit any viewing environment. As a leading manufacturer of screen and shade solutions, Screen Innovations is focused on the implementation of new technologies into its products and providing its dealers with the services and tools they need to differentiate themselves and grow their custom installation businesses. 

For more information about SI, please visit screeninnovations.com, on Facebook @screen innovations, and on Twitter @SIScreens.

Media Contact

For interviews, review, or editorial appointments during ISE, please contact Katye (McGregor) Bennett of KMB Communications by phoning (425) 328-8640 or emailing katye@kmbcomm.com.

All products, product names, trademarks, and registrations mentioned are the property of their respective owners, all rights reserved.

AtlasIED Highlights GLOBALCOM® 5400 Series of Solutions for Transportation Facilities at ISE 2020

AtlasIED Highlights GLOBALCOM® 5400 Series of Solutions for Transportation Facilities at ISE 2020

Wide range of products in AltasIED’s GLOBALCOM® 5400 Series support effective mass communications through easy-to-install, scalable, all-in-one solutions.   

Phoenix, AZ – (January 15, 2020) – AtlasIED, a global electronics manufacturer providing comprehensive audio, mass communication, and security solutions for a variety of industries is showcasing at ISE 2020 in Stand #7-N190 its proven GLOBALCOM® portfolio of products. Specifically, AltasIED is highlighting GLOBALCOM® 5400 Series products and features, which are ideally suited for use in transportation facilities. 

To ensure that the solutions can be implemented in the European market, the GLOBALCOM® 5400 Series was designed and engineered from the ground up to meet the rigorous demands for mass notification and emergency communications set forth by the European fire and safety agencies (EN 54-16), as well as UL-1711 (UL2572 and NFPA72) standards for life safety signaling and paging system. 

While the 5400 Series is a key element for notification during emergency situations, it also excels as a day-to-day communication and paging solution required by the most demanding environments. 

“Transportation is an industry that demands comprehensive, robust, proven communications technology that can support a facility’s need today and in the future,” says John Goodrich, Director of Global Installed Systems, AtlasIED. “Our EN 54-16 certified line of GLOBALCOM® 5400 products provide a full-featured solution that can be easily implemented and utilized for fast, efficient, and effective communications for a variety of transportation applications.”

Meeting the EN 54-16 and UL-1711 standards and part of the GLOBALCOM® 5400 product portfolio is a wide variety of products, creating a comprehensive ecosystem of solutions that can be easily and cost effectively deployed at any type of transportation facility, including airports, subway terminals, and transit stations. Included in the 5400 line are the following products: 

  • Announcement Controllers featuring a built-in message server for life/safety emergency notifications. These units contain all of the intelligence to manage an entire system of emergency communication stations, digital zone manager amplifier units, and other network peripherals. All Announcement Controllers are Dante™-enabled.
  • Input and Communications Stations featuring built-in, high-quality microphones and an option of a fully programmable 16 button interface or a programmable touch screen user interface for initiating audio/visual announcements with the 5400 Series Announcement Control Systems. All models of Input and Communications Stations are both Dante™- and PoE-enabled.
  • Amplifiers and Zone Managers provide processing and management from 4 to 32 paging zones assigned from an IED 5400 Announcement Control System. A wide assortment of 4-channel amplifiers in the line feature Dante™ or CobraNet® technology, 220VAC and 120VAC options, for 70-volt, 70.7-volt, and 100-volt applications. 
  • Auxiliary Input-Output Devices include various network input devices, backup amplifier switching modules, and expansion modules. 
  • Director® System Management Software provides a comprehensive application-specific interface to an IED GLOBALCOM®.IP system. The software provides an easily accessible view of overall system status and simplifies system operation through an intuitive and fully customized graphical user interface. 

Visit AtlasIED at ISE in stand #7-N190 to see its wide range of GLOBALCOM® 5400 Series of audio, mass communications and security solutions, as well as other innovative products. AltasIED also welcomes ISE attendees to its booth for a reception on Wednesday, Feb. 12, from 16:00-18:00. 

To learn more about AtlasIED go to www.atlasied.com, or follow them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn

About AtlasIED

A global electronics manufacturer providing comprehensive audio solutions for commercial, corporate, educational, healthcare, retail, transportation, and government environments, AtlasIED brings together the legacy, engineering skills, and legendary service of Atlas Sound and Innovative Electronics Design. Offering industry-leading mass notification, life safety, VoIP, background music, paging, and sound-masking systems, AtlasIED delivers product lines that span wide and deep, with more than 2,000 innovative audio solutions for businesses of every size. Combined, Atlas Sound and IED products have been installed in more than one million businesses over the past 80+ years.

With nine locations and a network of manufacturer representatives and distributors around the world to provide superior support to dealers and customers, AtlasIED’s customer service is an industry benchmark that competitors strive to match. AtlasIED is family-owned, with manufacturing operations in the United States that hold an ISO9001:2008 Quality Standards Certification to ensure consistently high-quality products, service, and support.

For more information please visit www.atlasied.com or contact us at support@atlasied.com.

All products, product names, trademarks, and registrations mentioned are the property of their respective owners, all rights reserved.

AtlasIED Media Contacts

Gina M. Sansivero, AtlasIED, (516) 901-8542, gina.sansivero@atlasied.com

Katye (McGregor) Bennett, KMB Communications, (425) 328-8640, katye@kmbcomm.com

KMB Travels: Top Picks for Denver Dining and Show Floor Escapes During CEDIA 2019

KMB Travels: Top Picks for Denver Dining and Show Floor Escapes During CEDIA 2019

We’re baaacccckkkkk… CEDIA Expo has returned to one of our favorite towns, and we’re here to share some favorite spots to eat, drink and be merry. We invited Expo attendees (past and present) to give us their choice restaurants, bars and touristy things to do; we’ve sprinkled in a few of our own for good measure. As Barrie McCorkle of D-Tools puts it:  “If you like food, you will not be disappointed with this city. It’s a culinary mecca.” Refueling for the show WILL NOT be a problem.  

 

From Jason Vreeman, Director of Cinema Sales, Americas, Dolby

Hailing from Colorado Springs, Jason has a good sense of what’s hot (and what’s not) in Denver. His #1 pick for dining in downtown Denver: Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox. 

With a 5-star stellar gourmet menu made from ingredients which are all locally sourced, a bar offering the highest quality cocktails and mocktails, and a retro atmosphere of 60s post Hays Code film deco and live music (or dueling DJs depending on the night), Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox is a feast for your eyes, ears and pallet. 

From Barrie McCorkle, Director of Supplier Programs, D-Tools

There is a ton of stuff to choose from as you walk the distance on the 16th Street Mall or just a block away from it. Some of my favorites here include Earl’s Kitchen and bar, Panzano, Elway’s, Tamayo, Cru, Rioja, Tupelo Honey and Jax Fish House. You will not go wrong with any of these. If you go to Earl’s or Panzano, basically everything on the menu is fantastic. If you like lamb, get the lamb lollipops from Cru. The oysters from Jax are incredible, try the creole, yum.  If you want some crazy cocktails and solid southern cuisine with a twist, Tupelo Honey is your place. If you find yourself at Elway’s, the burger is damn good, in addition to their extensive selection of killer steaks and perfectly cooked seafood.

If you want a truly magnificent culinary experience, I have four suggestions for you. First is TAG.  It’s on Larimer Street and you will walk right past it if not careful. This place is magnificent. You know when you have that one dish at a restaurant that has you dreaming about its flavor for days after. TAG has this, but with every single dish they serve. You will find yourself licking the plate at this place. Some must haves are the duck fat fries (you can order as an appetizer), the caramelized butterfish, flash seared Hamachi, and Hong Kong style steamed sea bass. Whatever you do, leave room for dessert. The Sticky Toffee Cake will make you wonder how things this delicious are even possible.

Second on my top list is Cholon. This is an Asian fusion restaurant that makes everything incredible. They also have a late-night happy hour from 9 p.m. to close. Some specialties are the Lobster Saigon crepes, 7x Wagyu Steak, and Ahi Tuna Crudo. But the one item on the menu that is a must-order is their soup dumplings. Somehow Cholon is able to create little balls of dim sum with gruyere cheese, sweet onion and soup, yes soup, inside the dumpling. It is an actual explosion of flavor in your mouth. And yes, you can get them at happy hour.

Third is a little off the beaten path—a hidden gem called Café Brazil. It’s located about 10 minutes outside of downtown on the corner of Lowell and 44th. This is not the Brazilian restaurant you are thinking of where they cut meat off of skewers. No, no, this is traditional Brazilian cuisine with a full rum bar that’s home to over 75 rums from around the world. You can even order rum flights. Once again, you cannot go wrong with anything on the menu, but there is one dish that is a must. Occasionally, they will offer rack of lamb as the special. If you are lucky enough to have this option, ORDER IT. There is none better, anywhere, period.

Last but not least is a place called The Family Jones. They distill their own liquor and make craft cocktails like you’ve never had before. If you’re unsure what to get, trust your server. The entire staff is made up of foodies who will not steer you wrong. All food here is prepared as smaller share plates, so you can sample a lot of different things and get a good variety. Some of my favorites are the Roasted Artichoke Fondue, Upside Down Pineapple Pork, Duck Leg Confit, and the 48HR Beef.

 

From Robert Keeler, Senior Director of Sales, CEDIA

Some people like to slow down with a low-key restaurant after the show floor closes; others need a venue that’s livelier. The latter is what Robert prescribes, and his go-to is Otra Vez Cantina. A relatively new establishment, the restaurant’s slogan is “A great time, every time, and then again.” Say no more. Located on the 16th Street Mall, it’s easy to get to and easy to find something delicious on the menu. Otra Vez Cantina specializes in Mexican fare with South American influences, and offers more than 200, yes 200, tequilas and mezcals, plus wide range of other cocktails. The 20-foot floor-to-ceiling bar connects to a street-side patio. A private banquet area is available for parties and meetings. 

 

From Margot Narum, KMB Friend and Foodie

When Margot is in Denver, she makes a point to visit Gaetano’s and thinks you should, too! Not to put on the pressure, but this establishment, which opened in 1947 was a favorite hangout of the several notorious members of the mob. Mob boss kingpin “Little Caesar” liked Gaetano’s and so did the Smaldone family. Today, this Denver icon retains much of that same flavor, serving up old-school, authentic Italian dishes and Gangster cocktails. Word to the wise, this is a small restaurant where food is made to order. On a tight schedule? Nope. Ready to linger and soak in the ambiance? Yes. 

 

From KMB Communications, Don’t Forget Breakfast 

A hearty breakfast is the best fuel for battling a busy show floor. Snooze specializes in classic breakfast fare in a casual atmosphere. Some of the notables on the menu: 

Breakfast Pot Pie
Snooze’s homemade rosemary sausage gravy smothers a flaky puff pastry, topped with an egg your style (we’d say sunny side up!). You’ve reached breakfast bliss, complete with hash browns.

Ham Benedict III
The classic evolved with our signature English muffin topped with shaved hickory smoked ham, perfectly poached cage free eggs and smoked cheddar hollandaise.

Blueberry Danish Pancakes
Buttermilk pancakes topped with blueberry coulis, sweet cream and almond streusel surrounding a center of lemony cream cheese filling

Abri-ca-lav-ra Mimosa
Wash it all down with a specialty breakfast cocktail of Snooze Sparkling, Abricot liqueur, fresh lavender, honey and lemon juice.

 

The Napa Valley of Craft Beer

Colorado is known as the “Napa Valley of Craft Beer” … and beer in general. The city of Denver definitely contributes to its nomenclature, boasting 6 craft breweries per 50,000 people. Craft beer aficionados John Sciacca and Mike Maniscalo offer their recommendations (as well as breweries they’re eager to try), in no particular order:

From John Sciacca, Principal, Custom Theater & Audio and KMB blogger

I can’t really remember a ton of stuff that I tried in Denver… I remember having some great stuff at Upslope, Crooked Stave is known for sours (blech!), and Odell supposedly makes a solid IPA. Falling Rock Tap House is supposed to have a great tap selection too…..and is one of the very few places outside of Napa-area where you can get Pliny the Younger.

 

From Mike Mike Maniscalco, Better Living Technologies

My faves include Falling Rock Taphouse, Epic, Great Divide and Crooked Stave. I’m looking forward to trying Purpose. 

 

 

Show Floor Escapes

If you have three hours to spare, HA!! Maybe after the show ends, though, you can partake in a tour that takes you to craft brew hot spots in the Lower Downtown (LoDo) District of Denver. During the four stops, you’ll go behind the scenes to experience the brewing process, drink in a brewery founded by the governor, and have the opportunity to pose plenty of questions to the tour guides. Tour stops include Jagged Mountain, The Wynkoop, Falling Rock, and Rock Bottom.

Projection mapping is an up-and-coming application in the home systems biz. See it up close at one of Denver’s hottest new attractions: Beyond. This projection-mapped laser light show is held at the International Church of Cannabis and features guided meditation, an audio visual art installation, and a musical laser light experience. 

 

Fresh air and flora are good for a trade show reset and refresh. Spanning more than 24 acres, the Denver Botanic Gardens provides plenty of this, featuring a wide range of gardens and collections. 

 

We hope you try (and love) some of our recommendations. Tell us what you thought of them in the comment section below. See you in Denver!

Zappiti PRO 4K HDR Media Player Receives ISF Certification

Zappiti PRO 4K HDR Media Player Receives ISF Certification

Imaging Science Foundation gives Zappiti PRO 4K HDR Media Player its stamp of approval as a licensed ISF-certified manufacturer.

 

DENVER, COLORADO (August 21, 2019) Zappiti, the award-winning international brand and leading manufacturer of high-performance 4K media players has received ISF certification for its flagship PRO 4K HDR product. The certification from the Imaging Science Foundation signifies that the PRO 4K HDR media player is able to achieve the highest quality of video production for viewing on display devices in a variety of environments and illustrates the powerful capabilities of Zappiti products. 

 

“Receiving ISF certification for our PRO 4K HDR puts Zappiti in a league of its own, as the first media player manufacturer to receive this honorable distinction,” says Rick Martin, COO of Zappiti. “It differentiates our product from others and positions Zappiti as a leading supplier for the home cinema marketplace.” 

 

Core Technologies Driving the PRO 4K HDR

ISF certification puts the PRO 4K HDR in a class of its own. Additionally, the product supports a host of leading audio and video technologies to ensure unmatched audio and video quality. Some of the technologies built into the PRO 4K HDR include Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, and 4K HDR. Plus, with its ability to integrate with leading home control systems from Control4, Crestron, and others, the Zappiti PRO 4K HDR media player offers a home entertainment solution that will meet or exceed the performance requirements of modern home cinemas.

 

Oppo-Digital Heritage

The Zappiti PRO 4K HDR may be breaking new ground in the AV industry, but it has a rich history backed by components previously used in the popular but now discontinued line of media players from Oppo-Digital. “The AV integrator who designed the PRO 4K HDR was one of the first resellers in Europe of the popular Oppo-Digital media servers,” says Zappiti marketing manager Rémy Pariselle.”He took the very best features of Oppo players, like their unique power supply, and put them into the Zappiti media player.”

 

CEDIA Expo attendees are invited to see Zappiti in booth 3255 on the CEDIA Expo show floor and to learn more by visiting www.zappiti.us.com.



About Zappiti

Zappiti is an international leader in the design and manufacturing of high-end universal media players. Providing AV integrators with a range of solutions, Zappiti has offices in both Europe and the U.S., with operations including research and development, tech support and sales. Engineered to deliver high-caliber audio and video reproduction and with ISF-certification, Zappiti media players create an immersive, dimensional, and emotion entertainment experience that is just as the original filmmakers intended. Rich in innovative software and hardware technology and boasting user-friendly operation, Zappiti media players appeal to both casual viewers and serious home theater enthusiasts. 

 

About Imaging Science Foundation

The Imaging Science Foundation (ISF), a leader in image quality since 1994, creates standards for display devices to enable them to look their best in different environments, with a dedication to improving the quality of electronic imaging. ISF has four roles: consulting with manufacturers regarding product development, dealer training, media communications, and ISF licensing. 

 

For additional information visit www.zappiti.us.com and follow Zappiti on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube.

 

All products, product names, trademarks and registrations mentioned are the property of their respective owners, all rights reserved.

 

Media Contact

For interviews, editorial appointments, or media tours, please contact Katye (McGregor) Bennett of KMB Communications by phoning (425) 328-8640 or emailing katye@kmbcomm.com.