|By Business Wire||
|May 5, 2014 09:01 AM EDT||
CasaTunes®, the leader in streaming multi-room music solutions, today announced new pricing for the popular CT-3 line of Music Servers. All CT-3 Music Servicers support the ability to listen to three streams of music in different rooms at the same time. Local music collections residing on Windows, iTunes or networked music from Universal Plug and Play/Digital Living Network Alliance (uPnP/DLNA) compatible media servers can be played. CasaTunes is controlled using native CasaTunes Apps for iOS, Android and Blackberry smart phones and tablets, as well as a web browser or keypad.
CasaTunes servers and streamers are powered by CasaTunes Air, an intelligent multi-room switch for Apple AirPlay that seamlessly works with existing systems to combine wired and wireless solutions into one cohesive multi-room audio experience throughout the home. CasaTunes Air enables access to an unlimited number of music services and music apps available from the Apple App Store, including iTunes Radio, iHeartRadio, NPR Music, Rhapsody, Rdio, Songza and many others. Homeowners can listen to a wide variety of talk and music services from over 100,000 radio stations worldwide. These include the BBC, CBC, JAZZRADIO.com, SHOUTcast, SKY.FM, SomaFM and TuneIn as well as premium service music including Grooveshark, last.fm, MOG, SiriusXM, Slacker, Spotify and Pandora.
A compact system for smaller homes and retrofits, the CT-3 line is the only low-cost multi-room audio solution offering both wired and wireless outputs in the same box, plus 320GB of storage for access to favorite music by anyone, anywhere, at anytime.
The CT-3 entry-level multi-room music solution provides three streams of music to three wired rooms and five wireless rooms through any AirPlay speaker or device. The CT-2i features one external input, two wired outputs and five wireless outputs where the CT-3 features three wired outputs and five wireless outputs. The CT-3S is a music streamer designed to work with Russound, Audio Authority, Channel Vision, NuVo and SpeakerCraft distributed audio systems.
“Our customers want a music system that is easy to set up and use, where they can listen to their music anywhere in the home,” said Steve Guerra, VP Business Development at CasaTunes. “The CT-3 line gives customers a chance to experience music by the roomful at an affordable price.”
CasaTunes designs flexible wired and wireless multi-room audio systems for distributing iTunes and Windows Media disc based music, Internet radio, and Internet based music services throughout the home. The CasaTunes CT multi-room systems support as few as 2 and as many as 24-wired rooms, with up to an additional 10 wireless rooms. CasaTunes also offer music streamers designed for use with Audio Authority, Channel Vision, Nuvo, Russound, and SpeakerCraft multi-room systems. Founded in 2006, CasaTunes is a privately held entity headquartered in Ft. Collins, Colorado with offices in Florida. Visit www.CasaTunes.com for more information.
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