Lightapalooza, the custom installation industry’s new platform for lighting design and integration, is currently lighting up the stage in Phoenix, Arizona. The second annual three-day event features over 60 hours of educational manufacturer lighting and lighting control sessions, 9 moderated panel sessions and other exciting news from the community. Expert speakers at the event include Janet Lennox Moyer, Amer Maleh, Peter Romaniello and David Warfel. Lightapalooza covers everything from landscape lighting and architectural lighting, to lighting design deliverables and fixture comparisons. Additionally, the event featured a reception hosted by ProSource, where the company discussed where the lighting category is headed in the future.
In other news, British audio brand Mitchell Acoustics has recently launched their lineup of products in the United States. The company’s mission is to bring back stereo listening for everyone at an affordable price point. Mitchell Acoustics’ devices feature a cable-free, Wi-Fi-free, and network-free experience that is taking advantage of current trends in the industry. The company’s most popular product lineup, the uStream series, features three different speakers; the uStream One, uStream Two and uStream Go.
Lastly, Samsung has announced the pricing and availability of its new 2023 Neo QLED 4K and 8K TV models. The new TV models, which were first announced at CES in Las Vegas, combine brilliant picture design with dynamic audio for a versatile screen that can shine in any room. The TVs range in price from a 43-inch for $1199.99 to a 75-inch for $6299.99 and are currently available for purchase at authorized retailers nationwide.
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