Monthly Archives: January 2021

Episode 39: Harman’s Jim Garrett Unveils JBL’s 75th Anniversary Audio Products



In this episode, Residential Tech Today Executive Editor Jeremy Glowacki chats with Jim Garrett, senior director of product strategy and planning for Luxury Audio at HARMAN, the company probably best known in the world of consumer electronics for its JBL brand. To celebrate JBL’s 75th anniversary, the company has introduced throw-back speaker and integrated amplifier designs that both have modern technology twists, as well as new additions to the high-end JBL Synthesis family of speakers.

Learn more about Harman Luxury Audio at https://www.harmanluxuryaudio.com/

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Episode 38: Jamie Briesemeister Applies Speech-Language Pathology Lessons to Home Tech



In this episode, Residential Tech Today Executive Editor Jeremy Glowacki chats with Jamie Briesemeister, CEO and co-founder of Integration Controls, a 16-year-old custom integration company in St. Louis, MO. In 2005, the Residential Tech Today contributing writer and CEDIA Board member shifted careers from speech-language pathology to home automation. She says that working with children with language delays and disorders has helped in current role as a home technology provider when determining what your clients want or need when they don’t have words to explain for it.

Learn more about Integration Controls at https://integrationcontrols.com/.

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Episode 37: SnapAV CEO John Heyman Says Current Tech Trends are Here to Stay



In this episode, Residential Tech Today Executive Editor Jeremy Glowacki chats with John Heyman, CEO of SnapAV, a company that has become a major force in the professional, residential, technology business since it was founded in 2005. A distributor or manufacturer of nearly every tech product category that goes into a smart home, the company made its biggest splash a year ago with its merger with the home automation brand Control4, which prior to that, was already becoming a bit of a juggernaut through various acquisitions. Heyman believes that the growing connectivity needs of homeowners will continue to increase even beyond the global pandemic.

Learn more about SnapAV at SnapAV.com

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