RTI Pumps Up the Volume at CEDIA EXPO 2010
ATLANTA, CEDIA EXPO 2010 - Sept. 23, 2010 - Remote Technologies Incorporated (RTI) will be rocking out at CEDIA EXPO 2010 with sophisticated audio distribution solutions that provide consumers with intuitive control over their music libraries, Internet radio, and streaming audio on their RTI controllers, mobile devices, and computers. The company is set to unveil two exciting new drivers for its XP-8 processor that allow users to control and receive feedback from iTunes, Squeezebox players, and other PC music, right on their two-way-enabled in-wall or handheld controllers. For control via an iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad, RTI will be demonstrating its RTiPanel app, and attendees can experience convenient online control with the company's Virtual Panel Web interface. RTI's complete offering of multi-room audio solutions unveiled at CEDIA EXPO 2010 will also include the new RTiDock iPod® accessory, as well as AD-4 and AD-8 distributed audio matrix switchers.
At CEDIA EXPO 2010, RTI will announce a new driver for iTunes integration with its two-way-enabled handheld and in-wall controllers. For two-way communication with Signal software, RTI has partnered with AlloySoft to develop the driver, which provides a slick interface that allows users to control iTunes, Windows Media Player, and Winamp and to receive feedback including playlists, album art, "now playing" info, and more. Dealers simply purchase Signal at AlloySoft's website for $24.95 and install it on their customer's Mac or PC. They then download the driver on RTI's dealer site. The interface is programmed using RTI's Integration Designer software for a completely customizable experience.
RTI has also developed a two-way control driver to interface with Squeezebox network music players. For dealers, utilizing Squeezebox is a simple way to give customers convenient access across their home network to their database of PC music, Internet radio, music services such as Pandora and Rhapsody, and much more. And now with the two-way driver, they can offer customers full control and feedback of Squeezebox, including cover art, on two-way-enabled RTI handheld or in-wall controllers. Both the Squeezebox and AlloySoft drivers will be available soon on the RTI dealer website.