Prodigy® By Crestron PT -AMFMXM Radio Tuner Now Shipping

New Prodigy® Tuner Provides Access to over 150 Channels

ROCKLEIGH, NJ - Crestron today announced the release of the PT -AMFMXM, the AM, FM, and XM radio tuner for Prodigy® systems. The PT -AMFMXM includes one AM/FM and one XM radio tuner, which can be individually tuned and distributed to any room in the house. With the PT -AMFMXM, any Prodigy touchpanel, iPhone® or iPod Touch® can display station presets and program guides while delivering complete control. Simple button presses enable you to select sources, create personalized lists of stations or music genres, and raise/lower volume. Prodigy is a line of simple, affordable home control solutions.


"Now Prodigy customers have everything they need to complete their home audio systems," said Vincent Bruno, Crestron Director of Marketing."You can connect the tuner to a Prodigy multi -room processor amplifier for audio distribution, and add our new six -button wireless audio keypads to select sources or playlists and control volume in any room."

Affordable and simple, Prodigy by Crestron delivers the power, flexibility and reliability of Crestron to more people and more homes than ever before. It's scalable and easy to set up, requiring no system design or expensive installation. Prodigy Composer is intuitive, so no special training is needed to get a system up and running in minutes.

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