ZON Audio's New ZAS 130 to be Exhibited at CEDIA

ZAS-130 Distributed Audio System is an economical way to experience distributed audio as only ZON can deliver.

The new ZAS -130 Distributed Audio System is an economical way to experience distributed audio as only ZON can deliver. Based on our award -winning, all -digital architecture, the ZAS -130 is the answer to the same -old, same -old whole house audio products that are, well, so "Y2K". The single -source, multi -zone system comes with all of the ZON hardware you need to distribute audio to four separate listening zones. Need more than four zones? No problem. The system is stackable to accommodate virtually any number of listening zones.


At the heart of the system is the new ZR -14 Router. Measuring 6.5 inches wide, 6 inches tall by 1.5 inches deep, its size is ideal for most structured wiring cabinets or can be tucked away in the equipment rack. If you like the convenience of plug and play, you'll love this system. No software or setup is required. Just plug and enjoy. The system kit comes complete with a ZPS -150 power supply.

A single audio input via the included ZIM -4 Input Module means you have awesome flexibility - not only can you locate the input module virtually anywhere, you can connect today's digital -ready audio sources directly to the ZON system. All audio information is digitally processed at the module, ensuring the best sound possible everywhere in your home. Say "bye bye" to the analog -only world.

We've based this system on our very smart, but simple ZAC -30jr Audio Controller Amplifier (four included). Enjoy audiophile quality sound with 30 Watts in each listening zone. The system's built -in IR pass -through feature allows you to control your source from any of the ZAC -30jr controllers with a pre -programmed or learning remote.

With an optional ZON System Remote you can adjust bass, treble, balance and EQ settings, further enhancing your listening pleasure. The onboard digital stereo amplifier in the controller is located in the room where the speakers are, thus eliminating the need to install costly runs of speaker wire back to the head -end.

Both the Input Module and Controller are single -gang sized devices, so you can integrate them using readily available single -gang low voltage rough in hardware or low -voltage caddies. Optional color kits are available for the input module and controllers so that the system can easily match both your style and decor.

Whether you are making your personal music server as big as your house, or bringing the concert hall to your kitchen or patio, the ZAS -130 system is an excellent choice to enjoy today's technology at prices that are reminiscent of the days gone by.

About Oxmoor Corporation:
Internationally known for innovative high performance audio products, Oxmoor invented the first digital remote volume control in 1982. In 1986 the company was the first to deliver digital audio for motion picture theaters. In addition to the residential ZON product line, Oxmoor's professional audio products are found in hotels, theme parks, and IMAX Theaters worldwide. Oxmoor researchers also patented Personal Sound Environment® 3 -D audio technology that premiered in 1994 at Sony Theaters Lincoln Square in New York. Headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, Oxmoor Corporation, LLC is a leading manufacturer of digital remote volume controls, distribution and buffer amplifiers, mixing matrixes, infrared transmission hardware and room combining systems for commercial and residential audio applications.


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