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        TWICE

        Crestron Adds Proximity Sensor, Remotes, Audio

        September 12, 2014

        TWICE takes a look at new products in home automation, multiroom audio, lighting, and shades at CEDIA 2014.

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        Residential Systems

        CEDIA 2014: Bright Lights, Control City

        September 13, 2014

        The lighting control market, as well as the lighting industry as a whole, continues to evolve and no where is this more evident then on the CEDIA EXPO 2014 show floor. As the show opened, Matt committed to seeing what’s new and exciting in the world of residential lighting control, and a couple of dominant trends have burst onto the scene. With Crestron’s new Pyng platform, lighting keypads are taking center stage. They can easily be programmed to control other parts of the system, all from an iPad app.

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        Residential Systems

        CEDIA 2014: Control Companies Playing the High-Low Angle

        September 11, 2014

        The first morning of CEDIA EXPO 2014 has been a whirlwind for blogger, Todd Puma. But one thing is starting to take shape in the control and automation market: the high-end providers are offering more accessible product, and the entry level guys are trying to expand their footprint and capabilities into larger systems. His first stop of the day was at Crestron, where the big (huge) news was Pyng.

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        Sound & Vision

        For Crestron, Pyng is an Awesome Thyng

        September 10, 2014

        At Crestron’s CEDIA press conference, the company spent time explaining how Crestron Pyng is going to save time for integrators when programming Crestron both small and large home automation systems. Crestron also discussed more new products including PinPoint, its new amp, and QMT shade motors.

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        rAVE Publications

        Crestron Launches Totally New Control System for the Home Called Pyng

        September 11, 2014

        Crestron today unveiled Crestron Pyng, an app-based control system. As we all know, so far, all home automation apps have been add-ons to control systems that are programmed using computers. Setting up a new home is streamlined by pairing Crestron Pyng accessories with the app.

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        Sound & Vision

        Crestron PinPoint Knows Where You Are

        September 10, 2014

        Controlling an automation system with an iPhone/Android device is great, but can become a little more tricky as you move about in a large home. The way systems are typically programmed, a home/project is divided into rooms or areas, and then you need to select which room you are in to control it. As you walk around, however, you might find yourself needing to scroll through lists of rooms trying to find the right one to control. This can become a real issue in large homes with many room. Crestron’s new PinPoint proximity detection beacon will simply solve this problem, making sure that your device opens up ready to control the room you’re in!

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        rAVE Publications

        Crestron Empowers Homeowners with the All-in-One Solution for Audio Streaming

        September 9, 2014

        Crestron gives each member of the family complete audio freedom with the new Network Stream Player (CEN-NSP-1). Easy to install and integrate, the player provides both wired and wireless options for streaming music from iPod®, iPhone®, or iPad® to a Crestron audio distribution system. What’s more, it also gives listeners the freedom to enjoy SiriusXM® Internet radio without a web-enabled device.

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        AV Network

        The Most Important Installations of the Year 2014

        September 8, 2014

        Every year, new benchmarks are set for technology and skills in design and commissioning of boundary-stretching projects. Whether the technology is new, the POs are huge, or the installation presents crazy new challenges, there is much to be gained from a project that almost knocked you over but instead boosted you up with new excitement about what this industry accomplishes every day. The Hatfield-Dowlin Complex at the University of Oregon is not a stadium, but a six-story football player practice, education, and recruiting center. At the heart of the facility’s video systems are Crestron DigitalMedia and Crestron control technology.

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        Telepresence Options

        Making it Easy: What is New and Cool in Room Control

        August 18, 2014 (Page 1)

        Telepresence Options takes a look at the latest conference room solutions and talks to AV/IT industry insiders about the evolution of the technology in organizations.

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        Telepresence Options

        Making it Easy: What is New and Cool in Room Control

        August 18, 2014

        A look at the latest and greatest in conference room technology, including Crestron RL, AirMedia, DM, Fusion, and DMPS. The writer gives readers an inside look at the Crestron implementation of DM, AirMedia, and Fusion at the Moffitt Cancer Center.

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