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Versatile Wireless Tablet for Whole Home Audio and DLNA Device Control

November 17, 2011 1 comment

Sony RMN-U1 HomeShare Universal Remote

 

 

  • 5-inch touch screen
  • Utilizes your WiFi network for wireless control of your home audio and theater system
  • No PC required for setup or general use
  • Play the content in every room of your home with the Party Streaming function
  • Works with DLNA-enabled devices
  • Stores activities and settings for one-touch access later

 

 

No matter where you are in the house, you’ll be able to control your music, cue your theater system, and connect to DLNA-enabled devices from a single, convenient handheld device. A five-inch touch screen with high-quality screen resolution, this remote is easy to use and extremely simple to set up. After the initial setup, the HomeShare remote connect to your WiFi networks at the touch of a button, without the need to recall lengthy and complicated passwords. No PC is required; all set up is done directly from the tablet remote. Guided setups allow you to add devices, group them into rooms, program settings for activities, and control devices right from the tablet.

Once the devices are organized into rooms, you can control each room independently or use the Party Streaming® to play the same content across multiple devices at once. The remote allows you to create “activities”, in which it will turn devices on/off or switch inputs of your home theater components. Activities allow you to perform several commands at once, with the tap of a single button. The remote also capable of learning commands, making it compatible with virtually any IR device. Wireless capabilities give you the freedom to move from room to room and control devices when you are on the opposite end of the house. The tablet also accesses DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) devices within your home. Access and search music and other content from any computer on your network and send to any A/V device within your home. Or stream music from Internet sites such as Pandora. You will be able to create ambience in as many rooms as you choose from one location within your home, leaving you with more time to appreciate the sounds of your audio and home theater systems.

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It’s like having your entire Lifestyle® home entertainment system in the palm of your hand.

October 19, 2011 Leave a comment

Bose 279716-1110 Personal music center III

 

  • The most advanced homewide entertainment control device from Bose
  • Provides control over the Lifestyle® system, all iPod music and functions of most major connected audio/video components from beyond the main room
  • Displays title, track, artist and genre of any selection from your iPod music collection
  • Works through walls, ceilings and floors without pointing or aiming at the system
  • Backlit LCD screen offers easy-to-read information in a wide range of lighting conditions.

 

The interactive Personal® music center III is the most advanced homewide control device from Bose. Control your Lifestyle® home entertainment system and your iPod music collection from almost anywhere in the home. It’s easy and intuitive. And with just a glance at the LCD screen, you’ll know which iPod track is playing. Then with a simple touch, you can change selections, adjust volume and also control most of the audio/video components connected to the system. Works through most walls, ceilings and floors – no need to point or aim at the system.

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Enjoy Your Movies and Sports Games Without Annoying Noise From Your Home Theater System

August 17, 2011 Leave a comment

Niles Audio Corp. FG01581 Tabletop IR Sensor TS120

 

 

 

 

  • Table-top design
  • Excellent reception range for IR signal
  • Wideband High-Fidelity design for
  • Noise suppression design to avoid light interference
  • Works in both residential and commercial applications
  • Manufacturer limited warranty

 

This top of the line Table-Top Infrared Sensor (IR) is a receiver for IR signals transmitted for a home theater or audio/video (A/V) application. It features state of the art Universal Noise Suppression Design allowing this sensor to function in the most difficult environments. LCD televisions, Plasma televisions, CFL lighting, and ambient outside light will not interfere with the reception of IR signals. This table-top style IR sensor is intended to be used with Niles IR repeating systems. The sensor works by receiving IR codes from any hand-held remote in one location (Usually where the television, projector, or any other monitor is located), and then sending these IR codes via a category 5 cable connection to the IR main system unit (Sometimes referred to as a Connecting Block). The main system then routes that IR code to the appropriate output. That Output channel has an emitter cable connected to the output channel’s port. This allows the IR codes to pass through the port connected cable allowing the IR emitter to control the intended piece of equipment in a different location.

From the description above you can gather that the TS120 Table-Top IR Sensor is only one of four components needed to have a working IR repeating system. TS120 IR Sensor will work with all current IR repeater systems made by Niles. If you would like to change the current style of IR sensor you are using to match decor or any other reason, the great thing is that you have options! Alternate model numbers, such as Niles MS120, Niles MS220, can be used in place of your existing Niles sensor.

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Infrared Remote Control for use with the Encore Multi-Room Audio Distribution System

June 30, 2011 Leave a comment

Linear ENC-REM Encore Micro Remote Control

  • Compact, credit card sized infrared (IR) remote control
  • Functions include – power, volume, mute, and source selection
  • Magnetic strip allows it to be mounted to metallic surfaces
  • Include a 2025 coin cell battery

The Linear ENC-REM Encore Micro Remote Control is a compact IR remote control that can be used with Linear’s Encore Digital Audio Distribution System. The remote control sends IR signals to an infrared receiver located on an Encore Model ENC-DRS Keypad (sold separately). In addition to controlling the system’s power, the ENC-REM remote can select the audio source, adjust the volume, and mute the sound for the keypad’s speaker zone. For added convenience, there is a magnetic strip which provides you the ability to stick the remote to any metallic surfaces. The remote is powered by a single Type 2025 coin cell lithium battery coin cell lithium battery, included.

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Father’s Day Idea: Make Any Infrared Remote Control Work Through Walls and Doors

June 14, 2011 Leave a comment

IR to RF to IR Remote Control Range Extender Kit, 433 MHz

  • Control A/V components up to 100 feet away through walls, floors, doors and windows
  • Converts an IR signal to RF and back to IR
  • Works with remotes that use AA or AAA batteries
  • 433 MHz RF frequency , also available in 418MHz

If you are going to use the remote extender with an AT&T System, Verizon FIOS, or a DirecTV HR-21, use the 418 MHz Kit

Infrared (IR) remote controls have limited range and generally only work in the same room as the audio/video (A/V) component it controls as line of site is needed for communication to occur. The IR to RF to IR Remote Control Range Extender Kit, uses an internal transmitter that converts your remote’s IR signal into a radio frequency (RF) signal, giving you the ability to control your components up to 100 feet away, through walls, floors, doors and windows. Simply slide one of the rechargeable batteries into the transmitter and switch that out with a battery in your remote control; it works with remotes using AA or AAA batteries (AA sleeve adapter included). When the remote control is used, the IR signal is converted to RF and is sent to a small, AC-powered receiver (RF base station), which is placed facing the components you wish to control. The receiver then converts the signals back to IR and sends them to your components, all in a fraction of a second. Ideal for home theater setups that have components behind closed doors, you have the freedom to move throughout your home and control components that are out of sight. This device operates on a 433 MHz RF frequency; it is also available in a 418MHz RF Frequency.

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