CEDIA Expo running from 23 June is the biggest and busiest stand spreading wide across home cinema room, dedicated Nevo, Mediamax and NAD demonstration areas. Showcasing home technology related products, the event invites serious home makers and is open until 26 June. The event has a lot of meat for delegates and on the very first day featured the ‘Product of the Show’ i.e. the innovative Systemline TouchScreen Sky Interface. Assuring two way RS-232 control of Sky via the Touch Screen, Systemline Sky Interface allows the user to simply steer recognizable TV & radio station logos. Once chosen, the TouchScreen will present the title of the programme along with a short description.
It allows you to be in the company of music anywhere and everywhere starting from the living room, dining room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. Systemline S6 allocates up to six audio and video basis i.e. MusicServer (160GB music library), CD player, tuner and DVD player, to be autonomously disseminated into eight rooms of your home. The system also offers complete integration of iPod along with local inputs in every room, for occasions when you wish to snoop to an MP3 player or games console. It can be buried in a cupboard or can function seamlessly in the backdrop while you unwind and enjoy the full benefits of multi-room entertainment.
Following the chain was the Q Acoustics Q-AV home theatre package, latest visual performance range from Sonance and in-wall/in-ceiling speakers. If you want to discover more out-of-the-box electronic products then rush towards Armor Home at CEDIA Expo 08. It features products like Systemline S6, Q Acoustics Q-AV System, and much more from Cinemax, Epson, Mediamax, NAD, Nevo, Sonance, Themescene and Weibel Lift A.G and others.
Do check out the $100,000 Ovei pod available at the event to enhance your music experience.