Multi-Source/Multi-Zone Receivers Solves Dealer Problems
Says Jeff Francisco, SpeakerCraft's Vice President of Product Development, "by combining our dealer input with SpeakerCraft's talented engineering staff, we have produced the next generation of electronics that our dealers have been asking for. The MZC -66 will come with six of the most common source buttons already installed, and the MZC -88 will come with 8 of the most common source buttons installed. The MZC -66 and the MZC -88 are slam dunks for ease of installation."
MZC -88 and MZ -66 features telephone functions, such as paging and doorbell functions, such as mute. Both models are shipped ready for a whole house Ethernet system, including a link to the Internet. Retail price for the MZC -66 is $1,999 and retail price for the MZC -88 is $3,999.
The MZ -66 features 6 stereo digital amplifiers at 40 watts per channel. It offers 6 sources, with direct push button selection and 6 independent zones. It also features the 6 MKP 1.1 Keypads with IR receivers. The Numeric and Function keypads are available as options.
The MZC -88 features 8 stereo digital amplifiers at 50 watts per channel and two built -in AM/FM tuners. It offers 8 sources, with direct push button selection and 8 independent zones. It also features the 8 MKP 1.1 Keypads with IR receivers. The Optional Numeric and Function keypads are available as options.
For further information about SpeakerCraft and its products, contact Leslie Stevens of Eclipse Marketing at email@example.com. You may visit them on the website at www.speakercraft.com. Phone: (949) 363 -5340. Or contact SpeakerCraft, Inc., at 940 Columbia, Riverside, CA 92507. Phone: 800 -448 -0976, FAX 909 -787 -8747.
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