Fusion Research Doubles the Sources on Its Solo Music Server
The new discrete audio output is available now for no additional cost and is controllable via an app available on iOS and Android.
Today, Fusion Research announced that they will offer an additional discrete audio output on its Solo and Duet streamers at no additional cost. The company claims this new entry-level piece is the lowest cost two-source solution in the industry.
Fusion music servers can be controlled via a free iOS or Android app or via approved drivers from major automation companies like Crestron, Control4, RTI, Elan, URC, Niles, SpeakerCraft, and Compass Controls.
The new dual source Solo is priced at $599 MSRP, allowing integrators to offer two independent sources at less than $300 each. The rack-mountable Duet has 3 sources for $949.
“Most residential and commercial clients request more than one independent audio source. By upgrading the Solo to be a two output source unit, it fulfills that need for under $600, making us the market leader for value in this category,” says Joseph Storm, president of Fusion Research.
“We are also able to offer this upgrade to previously purchased Summit OS based servers for a nominal fee.”
This upgrade is the latest update to the Fusion music server line-up that the company says now features deeper dealer margins, new mobile apps for control and setup, a new desktop control system, and automated iTunes synchronization.
In addition, several more streaming services will come online later this year, but no immediate time table has been disclosed.
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