ISE 2015 is providing the debut of the S7 installed multi-room music system from Systemline.
The company, an Armour Home brand, claimed that once built into the fabric of a home, the S7 can preserve the aesthetics of the interior while offering users fully-integrated access to online music services.
S7 accesses a wide available range of online services, including BBC iPlayer, Tune-in, Spotify, Deezer and Qobuz. It is able to store over one million music tracks, thanks to a 1TB hard drive. It offers 24-bit, 192k sound quality capability and enables auto CD ripping, including album art.
It is operated by Systemline’s Net Music app, which also enables web browsing and social networking and is operated by a simple one-touch control keypad; it can also be controlled remotely from an iPhone or iPad.
S7 uses an open access IP gateway, allowing it to easily interface with other home automation systems, such as home cinema and lighting, to create a fully integrated experience. The system also provides seamless integration of TV sound, according to the company.
S7 is priced at £3,000 for a typical four-zone system, including speakers, while additional zones can be added at £550 each from Systemline installers.