Autonomic Attacks Europe with Vivateq at ISE 2013
At ISE 2013, Autonomic will launch Mirage Audio System, comprising media servers packaged with amps, also support for Napster in Europe, Pandora in Australia.
Autonomic Controls, a U.S.-centric provider of music and video servers will be exhibiting with its new European distributor Vivateq GmbH at ISE 2013
At CEDIA 2013, Autonomic launched its first amplifier alongside the company’s popular media servers.
At ISE, the company will showcase packaged systems comprising amplifiers and servers marketed as the “Mirage Audio System.”
CEO Michael de Nigris says the system “is a complete distributed audio package consisting of amplification and source devices along with free control applications for Apple and Android.”
No third-party control system is required.
Two versions of the Mirage Audio System will be offered—a four-room system with a two-source server, and an eight-room system with a six-source server. Both systems can be expanded up to 96 zones with additional amplifiers.
At ISE, Autonomic also will demonstrate support for Napster in the UK and Germany and Pandora in Australia.
Visit Autonomic at Stand: 2-A52.
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