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VidaBox Servers Support Multi-zone Audio Streaming

by October 15, 2007

WESTBURY, NY – OCTOBER 12th – VidaBox LLC is proud to announce multi-zone audio streaming server support for Russound and Nuvo audio distribution systems.

“By adding audio serving capabilities onto any VidaBox, you can now play the same music playlists throughout your house, or send different songs into each room or zone simultaneously with multiple sources,” says Steven Cheung, a co-founder of VidaBox. “You can even play back MP3s or iTunes Plus stored on your iPod by docking it with the VidaBox, and enjoy your music anywhere at home.”

A VidaBox audio server communicates with the multi-zone music system via RS-232, and works natively with a number of Nuvo and Russound receivers and keypads. With support for up to 36 zones of music, up to 112db SNR analog audio quality per stream, and multiple XM, Sirius, AM/FM tuners, these new servers are designed for A/V dealers and installers looking for a totally integrated solution. They are also controllable by Crestron & AMX tablets, the new VidaBox vPad, or from any web-enabled PC.

"As powerful as the audio serving aspect is, we wanted it to be easy to install and use," continues Cheung. “By having a graphics-rich, intuitive interface, we’ve help minimize the learning curve and saved set up time.”

For more details and specifications on the new VidaBox audio server & how it works, please visit the company website at http://www.vidabox.com

About VidaBox LLC
VidaBox LLC is a systems integration company focused on manufacturing premium Media Center systems. VidaBox is on a mission to create user-friendly, stable, and quiet Media Center systems that work right out of the box. For more information, visit www.vidabox.com or call 1-516-730-7500.

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