“This is exciting news for our dealers,” explains David Hirsh, Director of Business Development. “We offer HD-DVD and Blu-ray playback capability on our media servers. It’s a natural progression to offer Blu-ray on our extender units now that we know the format war is over. Users can now play back virtually any content they want, in any room they want,” continues Hirsh.
In the coming months, Inteset will be releasing a new version of its Movie Collection Vista Media Center module that will incorporate the new format.
For detailed specification and dealer pricing information, visit www.inteset.com or contact Inteset Sales at 781-826-1560 ext: 203. Inteset will be exhibiting the new technology at the EHX show in Orlando, March 13th-15th, booth 1817.
Inteset, LLC has been creating high-end home entertainment products since 2003. Inteset offers three categories of products based on the Windows Media Center platform: media servers, media extenders, and exclusive software for its systems. The near silent media servers come with up to 8TB of internal, protected storage with the ability to expand externally. The advanced media extenders are independent systems as well as A/V distribution clients. All systems are shipped with an enriched Windows Media Center interface that includes a movie management module and a multi-zone music module among other exclusive software offerings. These systems appeal to A/V dealers and integrators for their high-integrity construction, reliability, ease-of-use, unique entertainment modules and services, price point, and interoperability with advanced control systems.
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