NUVO TO INCREASE INTEGRATION POTENTIAL FOR WIRELESS AUDIO SYSTEM WITH SERIES OF NEW DRIVERS

***Visit NuVo at ISE 2014: Hall 1, N6***

In hall 1, stand N6, NuVo Technologies, the leader in multi-room audio for the home, is showcasing the integration potential of its Wireless Audio System with a number of drivers for third-party automation systems. Available now are licensed drivers from AMX, Crestron, Vantage, BitWise, RTI and Control 4, with a KNX driver expected for release in March 2014.


With the new drivers, integrating the NuVo Wireless Audio System into a larger automation solution is simple and straightforward for installers. This allows them to offer an exceptional user-experience for the homeowner by bringing NuVo's expertise in multi-room audio to existing clients, as well as new projects.

"ISE 2014 will be a fantastic opportunity for NuVo to show our European customers some incredible recent developments for the Wireless Audio System," comments NuVo's Vice President of Technology, Rick Kukulies. "The numerous drivers released in the last few months provide our dealers with an easy-to-implement way to offer unparalleled, streamlined control. And the P3500 is a unique and powerful unit, providing unprecedented quality and flexibility to NuVo's dealers."

Learn more by visiting stand 1-N6 at ISE in Amsterdam this February, or online at www.nuvotechnologies.com

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