Formally established in 2008, Beats Electronics (Beats) comprises the Beats™ by Dr. Dre™ family of premium consumer headphones, earphones, and speakers as well as patented Beats Audio™ software technology and streaming music subscription service Beats Music™. Through these world class offerings, Beats™ has effectively brought the energy, emotion and excitement of playback in the recording studio to the listening experience and has introduced an entirely new generation to the possibilities of premium sound entertainment.
NMK Electronics Ent. began operations in 1987 focusing on the audio, video and lighting industry. From its humble beginnings in Sharjah, the company has grown into a leading distributor of professional AV products and musical instruments in the Middle East, now based in Dubai.
Pacific Radio Electronics offers a wide range of Broadcasting Equipments in California. We provide competitive pricing, a vast selection of products and an experienced knowledgeable sales staff. If you are looking for High Quality Broadcast Equipments at the Best Prices, then get in touch with us today! https://www.pacrad.com/
Blue city electronics is an online store for latest consumer electronics in USA. You can find all kinds of products like headphones, cell phone accessories, computers, musical instruments and gear etc. Moreover, they have different musical instruments.
For over 70 years, SAMSUNG has been dedicated to making a better world through diverse businesses that today span advanced technology, semiconductors, skyscraper and plant construction, petrochemicals, fashion, medicine, finance, hotels, and more. Our flagship company, SAMSUNG Electronics, leads the global market in high-tech electronics manufacturing and digital media. Through innovative, reliable products and services; talented people; a responsible approach to business and global citizenship; and collaboration with our partners and customers, SAMSUNG is taking the world in imaginative new directions.
Founded in New York City in 2011, littleBits is a library of electronics that snap together with magnets to inspire invention and problem-solving. littleBits has been dubbed "LEGO for the iPad generation" and is in the permanent design collection at MoMA.
It’s not just anyone who can distill the inherent beauty in a basic box cutter, but Japanese industrial designer Naoto Fukasawa has an eye for the extra-ordinary. His 2006 exhibition Super Normal, co-curated by British designer Jasper Morrison, paid homage to everyday objects. Now, as design director of Plus Minus Zero, he develops new electronics and household sundries and, in the process, has created a simplified equation for good design.
Trained in engineering and journalism, Bill Leebens has worked in the felds of audio, automobile racing, and medical imaging. Bill has served on the Consumer Electronics Association's High Performance Audio Advisory Board, worked in the wholesale, retail and manufacturing sides of consumer electronics, was Director of Marketing at AudiogoN. Bill also organized the 2012 New York Audio Show at the Waldorf Astoria. Bill currently lives in Parrish, FL.
Symbol Audio, a New York-based design firm, handcrafts modern audio HIFI consoles and vinyl LP storage cabinets in the tradition of fine furniture. Its collection is designed to provide distinctive audio products as alternatives to mass-produced consumer electronics and storage cabinet options.
As Dwell's digital edition production manager, Leah King manages the creation of the digital replica of the magazine and sees it through as it transforms to be viewed on the iPad, Nook and Kindle. Shepherding through images and editorial pages, iconic designers and their designs, architects and their creations, and the photographers who shoot them, gives her a unique opportunity to see to the beauty and style produced in each issue of Dwell. Leah also contributes editorially to dwell.com. In life outside of Dwell, she indulges in her passions for photography, vinyl albums, collecting vintage electronics and calling it like she sees it over at Caught Looking.
K. Pearson Brown covers interior design, home improvements and lifestyle stories as a contributor to Ventura Blvd magazine, Houzz, Hometalk, Westside Home, Home on the Westside, Huffington Post, and Thrive Global. She has also contributed home design features to Los Angeles Times and is a regular contributor to LA Parenting, TODAY Parenting Team, Mirror Media Group GoWeHo, Dwellable, Vagobond, Tripatini, MomsLA, HerBlog, SheSpeaks, TheBesty, Match.com's Harmony magazine, and IN Los Angeles. She also writes the blogs Round the Country (travel), Out with Mommy (family travel) and Westside Mommy (Los Angeles parents/families), Moms NoVa (Northern Virginia parents and families) Quick Start Guide (everyday electronics), and she has also been featured as a commentator on KPCC-FM in Los Angeles.