"Total Music Module" Solution for AMX adds Local Music Server and Internet Radio Capability

RocketGUI announced the release of its new Total Music Module for AMX integrators. A low cost solution combining full music server capability with Rhapsody, Pandora, and internet radio in one easy to use interface with up to eight independent zones.

February 19, 2009, Spokane, WA - RocketGUI, announced the release of its new Total Music Module for AMX integrators. The new module when combined with inexpensive Logitech Squeezebox clients (as low as $149 MSRP) provides full access to music and content from the user's local hard -drive music database, internet radio, plus Rhapsody and Pandora music services - all in one easy to use interface. The module supports up to eight completely independent zones and a virtually unlimited number of touch -panels so each zone can listen to and control different content simultaneously. For $899 MSRP per install, it comes with code and necessary touch -panel files to support any AMX Modero touch -panel(s) from 5" to 12". The Total Music Module interface supports full browse and search capability with cover art, plus custom playlist creation. A separate command -set is included to support simplified control from AMX keypads and/or handheld remotes. Full module information and interface demo video can be viewed at www.rocketgui.com. A subscription is required for some supported music services.

For more information please contact RocketGUI at 509 -624 -4700, or visit the RocketGUI website at www.rocketGUI.com.

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