From James Loudspeaker – Not Your Father’s Soundbar

James Loudspeaker, the scrappy, custom creation-centric speaker manufacturer, announced this week a new series of 2.1 soundbars. By 2.1, they mean the soundbar reproduces left-channel audio, right channel audio, and deep bass via an included subwoofer…all in one. Because of … Continue reading

Bluesound’s Gender Bending Soundbar

Pulse – A High-Performance Soundbar Historically, the consumer electronics industry is broken down into basically two types (genders) of products. A product is either designed for the masses with affordability and popular technologies – think wireless Bluetooth streaming speakers for … Continue reading

Velodyne President Calls Strata-gee to Set the Record Straight

Regular readers of Strata-gee know that we have recently covered news of layoffs and distribution changes by Velodyne – a long-time specialty industry player. Although we had made many attempts to get the company to comment prior to our posting … Continue reading

Ever-Optimistic, At CES 2013 the CEA Releases New Growth Estimates for Industry

Every year at the Consumer Electronics Association’s (CEA) annual International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, NV, the organization releases new marketing data including forecasts about the future growth of the industry. According to the trade group, revenues for … Continue reading

SpeakerCraft Crafts a New Kind of Speaker

At the CEA Line Show last month, we saw a whole spectrum of exhibitors, including: 1) Unknown brands vying to get the attention of the tech press; 2) Well-known brands showing products again that have already been announced and shown; … Continue reading