AUDIO DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM OFFERS EXPANSION, ZONES
November 1, 2006
Hi-Fi by Home Automation Inc. is a high fidelity digital whole home audio distribution system that has four zones and four sources, expandable to eight zones and six sources. The built-in unit has remote input modules so music can be enjoyed in any room regardless of where the music source is located, according to the manufacturer. Its digital design eliminates the need to run wires to a central audio rack. Instead, the main unit is mounted on a closet wall or in a structured wiring enclosure, so the wiring is hidden. Volume and source controls (VSC) with a routed IR repeater then communicate with the main unit. It is plug and play with the companyâ€™s Omni and Lumina automation controllers. The controller can set each zoneâ€™s source and volume for parties, watching TV, morning news and goodnight, for example, to coordinate the audio system with daily activities. HAIâ€™s user interfaces will also control the Hi-Fi, including the OmniTouch touchscreen, consoles and keypads, Snap-Link, Home Control for Windows Media Center and Web-Link II.
Home Automation Inc.
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