ReQuest, Inc., the leader in digital audio music servers for home entertainment and whole house music systems, has unveiled a revamped website designed to provide consumers and custom integrators a number of improvements and options.
Ballston Spa, New York -November 2007 - The new site greets users with lively graphics detailing the versatility of ReQuest's exciting iQ Music System -the ultimate in whole house audio entertainment. A series of buttons takes the user to demos of ReQuest Serious Play interface, the patented NetSync for iTunes, information about the Freedom wireless remote control, weather, stock market, webcam widgets, and more. Users can also access individual product information about each AudioReQuest music server and the VideoReQuest controller.
Authorized ReQuest dealers now have easy access to a number of support options including a training section that assists with design, set -up, and configuration of the iQ Music System. Through the dealer portal dealers can read essential information and print out price sheets, programs, tech bulletins and check the status of orders and pending cases, and track shipments. Not to be forgotten is ReQuest's Knowledge Base, which provides 24/7 access of answers to questions for dealers who may be on the job anywhere in the world.
Peter Cholonky, CEO of ReQuest, states, "ReQuest products have won many awards for ease -of -use and are considered to be some of the coolest music servers available. Our new website gives customers and dealers the ability to experience our solutions online and learn about the key elements that make ReQuest servers unique. The multi -location sharing of songs and playlists, multiple iTunes libraries, playlists, and metadata sync, encoding both high -fidelity and streaming versions of music automatically, and anywhere streaming are just a few of these elements. Only ReQuest servers can easily manage music for a family with multiple homes, iPods, and music libraries."
View for yourself at: www.request.com