New RTI Products on Display at ISE 2011December 2, 2010
RTI at ISE 2011:
At ISE 2011, RTI will showcase a number of solutions that provide the ultimate control experience for consumers. Highlights at the show will include the company's powerful new T3-V+ and T2-C+ universal controllers, the unmatched feature sets of the XP-6 and XP-3 central control processors, an assortment of audio distribution products, and Apple integration with the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad via the new RTiPanel app.
"At ISE 2011, a number of exciting new RTI solutions will be making their debut for the European market," said Pete Baker, vice president of sales and marketing for RTI. "From next-generation controllers with revolutionary feature sets, to control processors that raise the bar for powerful capabilities and amazing value, along with exciting solutions that provide intuitive control from Apple devices and computers, RTI has everything dealers need to provide the sophisticated control experience their customers crave."
New RTI Products on Display at ISE 2011:
T3-V+ and T2-C+ Universal System Controllers
Power plus innovation
The next generation of RTI wireless remote controls features a revolutionary dual RF board technology that gives custom installers unprecedented flexibility for rock-solid control in any situation. The new T3-V+ and T2-C+ controllers support both 433-MHz RF for one-way control and 2.4-GHz ZigBee for bidirectional communication with RTI processors and supported third-party electronics like music servers, lighting, and even Web-based RSS feeds for convenient weather updates. While both remote controls continue to provide direct infrared control, the T3-V+ offers enhanced 802.11b/g wireless Ethernet support for browsing the Web or viewing IP-addressable devices such as security cameras.
Innovation plus flexibility
The class of the handheld control market, the T2-C+ and T3-V+ each offer a nice blend of touchscreen and hard buttons, both completely customizable. The T3-V+ has a 3.5-inch, full-VGA touchscreen for eye-popping color, and has added five programmable "soft" buttons with interchangeable keycaps. Featuring the first OLED touchscreen ever used with a remote control, the T2-C+ provides a stunning, high-contrast display with an extremely wide viewing angle.
At ISE 2011, RTI will debut its RTiDock featuring rackmount or desktop options and a host of benefits not found on other iPod docks, such as the ability to sync with iTunes over the network through Virtual Sync technology. For simple, intuitive operation, the device offers a full on-screen GUI and video output for navigation through a video display device. A sliding tray provides easy access and discreet storage of the iPod for added convenience and a clean design.