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July 6, 2022 | Volume: 19 | Issue: 13
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We’ve got all the news you’ve been looking for! Check out our articles for all the latest!
In Lee Distad’s latest column, find out why hanging onto those leftover cables, adaptors and parts could pay off! You never know when they might come in handy! Read more here.
Snap One announced that it is now shipping the CORE Series of Control4 Controllers: a generational refresh of the hardware that runs each customer’s system and provides access to the full set of features available from the Control4 Intelligent Platform. Read about it more right here!
And, more exciting news in the industry! CEDIA, the global trade association for the home technology industry, announced Greg Durkin, founder and CEO of Guts+Data, will be the keynote speaker at CEDIA Expo 2022. Read more in Gary’s article right here!
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I unboxed my new dash cam and prepared to mount it in my car. It came with a 12-volt CLA power supply, but my car’s 12V port is occupied by the power supply for my car’s cell signal booster, so it’s down to one of my car’s USB-A ports. “No problem,” I thought — until I looked at the new dash cam and saw it has a mini-USB port. Mini-USB? Who still uses mini-USB?
There are plenty of situations where “good enough” solutions are perfectly fine options. I love when I can find a product that I love that is good enough compared to other costlier options. There’s nothing wrong with finding a good value, as long as you’re not violating safety codes. Unfortunately, I’ve noticed an alarming trend towards “good enough” solutions regarding upgrading projection screens in installed systems.