DigitalDeck Features the DigitalDeck Entertainment Network at CEDIA 2004

The DDEN provides consumers with ultimate control in managing and accessing home entertainment content. With the DDEN, consumers and installation specialists work together to customize home-theater enthusiasts' "connected home" environment.

DigitalDeck invites you to booth #1792 for a demonstration of its technology for home entertainment networks. The DigitalDeck Entertainment Network provides consumers with the ultimate control in managing and accessing their home entertainment content. With the DigitalDeck Entertainment Network, consumers and installation specialists work together to customize home -theater enthusiasts' "connected home" environment. Demonstrations will showcase a range of features and capabilities, including:


- Media server and whole -home DVR
- Multi -zone audio and video distribution
o Operation of 6 simultaneous streams of video content throughout the home
- Digital music from PC played through TV or stereo
- Digital photos from PC viewed on all TVs
- Simple, one -button, TV -based entertainment control system with remote
o Access to home theater, cable and satellite boxes, DVD players, VCR and PC -based media

DigitalDeck executives will be on -site to discuss the company's strategy for the dealer/installer market. Please ask for Lori Travers, VP of Business Development, at the reception desk at DigitalDeck booth #1792.

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