CasaTunes CT-1/CT-2 Music Servers Streamlined with Smaller Footprint

Colo.-based CasaTunes newly redesigned multi-mode music servers are cost-effective digital music servers that take up less space in cabinets and racks.


Designing a digital music streaming platform that is unique to some of the mainstream products on the market, CasaTunes has carved a competitive niche for itself with dealers looking for alternative solutions. 

Updating its CT-1 and CT-2 products the company has announced the latest versions of the products, which are now highlighted by their smaller, more streamlined footprints, which make them more cabinet and rack friendly. The CT-1 provides users with a single stream of CD-quality music, while the CT-2 provides two streams of CD-quality music.

CasaTunes also supports the CT-1 with the ability to add a second stream through its CT-1UP option, and the Colo.-based company says both products are designed as turnkey products that provide instant digital music access and playback through its System Mode capability that includes control apps for iOS and Android devices. 

Other features the products offer include CasaTunes' QuickSync function that catalogs all of the music homeowners have stored on their networks, and this function updates those catalogs to keep the libraries current. CasaTunes says the products also incorporate CasaTunes Air, which allows for the the streaming of any music app stored on an iOS device, and it also offers Apple's AirPlay technology to enable the streaming of content from Apple devices, including Apple TVs. 

CasaTunes adds that its Streamer Controller Mode supports the products' use in systems from companies such as Audio Authority, NuVo, SpeakerCraft, RTI, Leviton and Channel Vision through their ability to control components from these manufacturers. 

In addition, installers can integrate the products into systems from company such as Control4, RTI, URC, Key Digital and Compass Control with multi-streaming capabilities in the products' System and Streamer Controller modes.