SONY BOLSTERS LINE-UP OF CUSTOM WHOLE HOUSE HD ENTERTAINMENT AND CONTROL.....

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    SONY BOLSTERS LINE-UP OF CUSTOM WHOLE HOUSE HD ENTERTAINMENT AND CONTROL WITH TWO NEW NHS RACK SYSTEMS
    Pre-Integrated, Pre-Racked, and Pre-Wired. Saves Consumers and Installers Time and Money

    DENVER, Sept. 3, 2008 (CEDIA Booth #600) – Adding more options to custom home entertainment and automation, Sony today announced two new fully featured NHS rack systems that deliver whole house high-definition entertainment and control over movies, music, lighting, temperature and security systems.

    Building on the award winning NHS-130C, the new models, NHS-A30C and NHS-70C, are fully integrated racks are pre-built, wired, tested, and ready for professional installation. Like the NHS-130C, they offer advanced functionality including iPod connectivity and control, satellite radio, whole-home high-definition video distribution and advanced home automation from Control4®.

    The new NHS-A30C rack system provides 5.1 channel, high-definition home theater with a Blu-ray Disc™ player, plus a second zone of distributed HD video and a third zone of audio. The system is integrated with Control4, offering automation of lighting, temperature control, and security systems through an on-screen display.

    The new NHS-70C system incorporates 7.1 channel surround sound high-definition home theater for the living room, plus distribution of six zones of HD video. The NHS-70C also adds a 400-disc DVD/CD changer with a disc management system, a 160GB music server, and the ability to add three auxiliary devices for connecting additional components like a high-definition cable box or a PlayStation® 3 gaming console. The system integrates Control4’s HC-500 home controller, which organizes and allows users to stream music throughout the home while also offering automation of lighting, temperature control, and security systems through a large onscreen display.

    Typical installations will range from $15,000 to $30,000 for the NHS-A30C and $30,000 to $50,000 for the NHS-70C. The systems will be available later this year.

    For more information about the Sony NHS systems or to find a local dealer, please visit: sonyhome.
     

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