Russound Unveils CEDIA Products
Russound Friday announced several products which it plans to feature at CEDIA Expo in Denver next month. These include controllers and upgraded accessories and speakers.
The line includes:
- The new MCA-88X Digital Streaming Multizone Controller, featuring XStream. The product blends Russound's C-Series products with the XStream X5 Wireless Controller Streamer.
"The MCA-88X is designed to give our customers exactly what they asked for: total integration with mobile devices, keypads, apps and operating systems without sacrificing seamless multi-room operability. The MCA-88X delivers this experience flawlessly," Russound CEO Charlie Porritt, said as part of the announcement.
- The MCA-66 and MCA-88 Digital Multizone Controllers, which Russound says offer "Greater Expandability and Audio Quality."
“The MCA-66 and MCA-88 are the latest evolution to a multizone controller line that integrates every innovation and technology driving whole-house audio now and in the foreseeable future,” Porritt said. “Our partners are going to love the MCA-66 and MCA-88 for the expandability and installation ease. These components embody a truly comprehensive line to which integrators can confidently commit resources. End-users are going to love their ideal performance.”
- An update to its Acclaim Speakers, including eight new models, which feature an edgeless bezel and are touted as designer-friendly.
“Ongoing use of the highest quality drivers, advanced crossover networks, and elegant designs guarantee the best possible audio reproduction. Our partners will find the latest Acclaim enhancements make their work easier and their customers happy, all while ensuring impressive margins," Porritt said of the speakers.
- Accessory upgrades, including the ALT-126R Impedance Matching Volume Control and EZB-8 E-Z Connect Speaker Terminal Block.
“The ALT-126R and EZB-8 demonstrate how Russound continues to innovate throughout our entire product line, including accessories, to make the work of installers easier, while improving the overall performance and flexibility of distributed audio systems," Porritt said.