Meridian Announces Sooloos Core Control App

New App for iPad extends the Meridian Sooloos user experience to new heights

At the International CES in Las Vegas today, Meridian has announced the introduction of its powerful new Meridian Sooloos Core Control App for iPad®, providing simple yet powerful control of any Meridian Sooloos Digital Media System. Now you can sit back and relax in your favourite chair with your iPad in hand and enjoy complete control over what you hear, accessed via the unique, award -winning Meridian Sooloos graphical touchscreen interface.


The new Sooloos Core Control App is a free app for iPad that extends the Meridian Sooloos user experience from fixed Control devices, such as Control 15, to the iPad, providing a graphically rich, immersive experience when browsing and searching the content on your Meridian Sooloos Digital Media System.

Meridian Sooloos Digital Media Systems are designed around the idea of browsing, rather than just displaying a list of tracks. This gives the user a graphically rich, interactive experience, driven by information about music, not files or formats. Instead of displaying a list of tracks, Sooloos provides an immersive view of your content, in a way that keys directly into the way we enjoy and think about music.

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