Learn about the latest products from Just Add Power, Control4, Simple Control, ELAN and Niles.
Now that a very painful and untimely computer crash has been resolved, I’m very pleased today to present the first batch of Remote Central’s CEDIA 2015 video reports! Each company will have their own report this year, and they’ll be available both here and on our YouTube Channel
First up is Just Add Power. Taft Strickland introduces the company’s new Ultra HDIP solutions for sending 4k video over standard CAT5 – along with simultaneous display of 4k video on 4k displays, and downscaled 1080p video on 1080p displays. Also shown are the new “flux capacitor” that adds IR capabilities to prior HD over IP models, plus their famous video wall and new video tiling devices.
Then, join Paul Williams with Control4 as he demonstrates new security solutions, two new door stations, smart lock control from mobile devices, and finally shows off a new grid view for My Music and My Movies complete with cover artwork.
Will Price from Simple Control – formerly Roomie Remote – gives a hands-on demo of the company’s new Simple Control 4 app, including detailed program guide, in-depth network device integration including Amazon Alexia support, iOS 9 multitasking support, and more!
Finally for today, Eric Herdman from Core Brands covers both ELAN and Niles. He introduces ELAN’s IP video intercom and new door stations, covers device integration, and provides details on the gMV UltraMatrix HDMI audio/video switchers, and then finishes up with an introduction of the Niles Auriel multi-room audio system.
As usual you’ll find our videos presented in both FHD 1080p and HD 720p, along with a “regular” low-definition version for those with bandwidth constraints. We encode our videos for the best possible video quality at a given bitrate, however if you experience any issues, check out the YouTube links provided beneath the description.
And so, now it’s time to sit back, relax, and...
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