INDUSTRY'S COOLEST MUSIC MANAGEMENT SYSTEM NOW MORE AFFORDABLE
Westlake Village, CA (July 1, 2009) - Qsonix introduces the Q105, a powerful music management system at a price tag made affordable to more music lovers and collectors -now available directly from Qsonix at www.qsonix.com.
The Q105 serves up a robust feature -set and unrivaled audio performance compared to other music and media servers. The base Qsonix Q105 system includes 500GB of hard drive storage and a 15" touchscreen display screen that features the easiest user -friendly interface on the market for operations like CD loading, cataloging, playlisting, library browsing and unfettered music listening enjoyment. This baby can manage up to 4,000 CDs with its 1.5TB hard drive upgrade, all in bit -perfect lossless quality. The intuitive user interface is all about enjoyment. Simply browse, drag, drop and Just Press Play®. Easy.
Browse and play music from your Qsonix music library by album, artist, genre, year, search or playlist. Manage the built -in discreet audio outputs with all the freedom and simplicity of using your Apple iPhone™ or iPod Touch™ as a super friendly and convenient wireless remote control anywhere in your home or from a PC in the network.
The new Q105 contains many great features found in the company's award -winning premier Q110 system, including automatic CD loading, CD burning, iPod® loading, playlist recommendations and omits ones that not everyone requires -complexity. The powerful Q105 satisfies the customer who is not interested in complicated whole -house networking and home automation control.
The new Q105 system with 500GB storage and 15" touchscreen controller comes to market at the very affordable price of $4,500.00 (U.S.). Also available in storage capacities up to 1.5TB's with options for both 15" and 17" touchscreen controllers. All Q105 models come standard with two discrete analog outputs and one digital SPDIF output for seamless pairing with outboard DACs and a wide range of audio equipment.
"The new Q105 makes owning a sophisticated music management system affordable to many more consumers," said Mike Weaver, president of Qsonix. "Before, only the serious audiophile or custom home automation user was our customer. Additionally, Qsonix has beefed up its internal customer service capabilities to provide training, guidance and expert help to all Qsonix owners".
Ideal for music collector's big or small and discerning audio buffs that have been looking for the perfect way to make the transition from single disc CD players, CD changers and turntables to the ultra -modern era of digital Hard Drive accuracy and music enjoyment. Imagine having your entire music collection accessible at the touch of your fingertip within seconds. The Q105 delivers unprecedented convenience and control with uncompromising sonic audio performance.
Consumers can purchase the Q105 at www.qsonix.com or by calling 1 -800 -4Qsonix. Qsonix is making the Q105 system available to customers who don't have access in their area to a Qsonix dealer showroom. Those customers who are fortunate enough to have a Qsonix dealer showroom nearby will be able to test drive the Q105 before they buy from the dealer for the same affordable price.
The new Q105 is designed and packaged for easy out -of -the -box set up so owners are up and running in minutes.
High -resolution images of the Q105 can be downloaded at: http://www.qsonix.com/productphotos
Located in Westlake Village, California, Qsonix is a market innovator and leader in providing user -friendly digital media technologies. With its world -class user interface, Qsonix offers the most reliable and truly friendly digital music management systems available. For additional information, please visit www.qsonix.com or contact Mike Weaver, president/co -founder at firstname.lastname@example.org • Telephone: 877 -4QSONIX or 877 -477 -6649.
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