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NuVo Announces Music Port Elite Online Classes

by March 10, 2011
NuVo Announces Music Port Elite Online Classes

NuVo Announces Music Port Elite Online Classes

The Music Port is NuVo's "most dynamic" source component. The Standard Music Port (MPS4) and the Music Port Elite (MPS4-E) bring four versatile sources into a home through one compact unit, installing smoothly and operating flawlessly as the perfect complement to your whole home audio system. Both the MPS4 and MPS4-E combine a home network's Windows Media Player and iTunes digital audio content into one easily navigated library on the internal hard drives, while simultaneously offering an entire world of musical variety with streaming Internet Radio. The Music Port Elite equips you with even more choice with enhanced capabilities like cloud sync and IP control modules to integrate with third-party home automation systems (Crestron, AMX, URC).

The new Elite version of the Music Port takes this source to a new level of performance and the company announced a new web class on the New Music Port Elite audio source. The class will allow participants to:

  • Take advantage of the free one hour class and gain in depth knowledge of NuVo's newest and most exciting product.
  • Learn about the many features and benefits this product brings to the NuVo Distributed Audio Systems
  • See how easily the product is integrated into the installation's existing IP network and with the NuVo Systems.
  • Get an inside look at the network "Remote Config Tool" for setting up multiple sources, streaming web and networked based content, cloud synchronization and more.
  • Gain insight into the many opportunities for user control.

The class looks to be invitation only, but I suspect that interested CE professionals can get an invite through the company's Facebook page or their website contact form.

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