NuVo P3500 Player Offers 3x3 Wireless Audio in Rack-Mount Form Factor
NuVo's new P3500 Player, designed for its IP-based Multiroom Audio System, streams three independent sources to three zones at 200 watts per zone.
Hebron, Ky.-based NuVo Technologies has announced the three-zone, rack-mount P3500 Player for its IP-based NuVo Wireless Audio System.
The new player, which streams various Internet-based music services and locally-stored music, can distribute as many as three independent sources to three zones. The unit supplies 200 watts of power to each zone.
When connected to the NuVo G100 WiFi Gateway, the P3500 can be set up to operate as a standalone multiroom audio solution with up to 16 separate zones; it can be installed into an existing NuVo wireless whole-house audio system, and it can be integrated into any number of home control and automation systems from a variety of manufacturers.
“The new player makes it easier for installers to satisfy a wider variety of needs and still give their customers all the convenience and flexibility of a wireless system,” says Rick Kukulies, CTO, NuVo Technologies. “We designed our system to handle the highest resolution audio sources of any multizone WiFi-based system. The amplifiers in the P3500 will let customers show off just how good this system sounds ... at any volume level.”
The Nuvo P3500 is available for $2,999.
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