On February 26, 2017 at 23:52, Tony Golden said...
FYI, Pyng has advantages, but also many limitations (hence this thread). If the system hasn't been completed, or started, it may be worthwhile to explore having it programmed conventionally, i.e., without Pyng. The difference in cost might not be significant, especially when the benefits are considered.
Yes we realize this. The Pyng system is only for distributed audio and they are only connecting two zones at this time. We priced Sonos as well and the home owner chose Pyng for possible future lighting integration.
The cost difference between processors and the ease of installation/setup for this system doesn't warrant the price jump to an RMC3, MC3, or CP3 processor.