|By Business Wire||
|June 3, 2014 01:00 PM EDT||
Savant Systems®, LLC, a leader in smart home technology, today announced new products in its Smart Series lineup. Smart Series offers the world’s most advanced smart home experience to a broader range of consumers around the world. The enhancements include updates to its Savant Sound™ products that enable homeowners to enjoy their favorite music in any room and control it through a single award-winning app on their mobile devices.
The Savant Sound suite features a new unified media server and amplifier, allowing users to automatically save and control their music mixes. Whether users want to create a new Pandora® Internet Radio station based on what is playing at that moment or create a custom playlist from other streaming music services like Spotify®, they can quickly access the media server and control their audio entertainment through Savant’s user-friendly app. With Savant Sound, customers can listen to their favorite music including: Pandora, Spotify, SiriusXM®, and other popular streaming services.
“Savant’s vision is to bring our award-winning Savant smart home technology – previously only available to the very wealthy and deployed in some of the most valuable homes, castles and yachts – to a broader audience of discerning consumers,” said William Lynch, CEO, Savant Systems. “With the launch of this more affordable but feature-rich Savant Sound system, our network of trusted Savant Certified Integrators will continue to empower more consumers to get greater joy and efficiency from their homes.”
Savant Smart Series provides the most premium yet affordable smart home solution for customers, offering control of Savant products – and thousands of third party home products across entertainment, comfort, lighting, and safety – through one award-winning and easy-to-use application. Complete Smart Series packages start at $1,599 US MSRP with multi-room solutions costing as low as $1,000 US per room. The new Smart Series product line is available now through Savant’s network of over 1,500 Savant Certified Integrators spanning 35 countries.
Savant invites its partners to sample the newest technology and learn more at www.savantsystems.com.
Savant Systems, LLC, creates integrated software and hardware solutions that are the center of the smart home. Savant brings a reimagined lifestyle to the homeowner, providing convenience, efficiency, luxury and security all intuitively accessed via the Apple® iOS and Android™ family of devices already used by millions of people around the globe. Savant’s progressive technology cohesively addresses control, automation, audio/video, telephony, digital displays, lighting control, energy management and the media integration needs of today’s most advanced environments. With headquarters in Hyannis, Mass., Savant has offices in New York and Salt Lake City and an experience center in New York. Savant Smart Systems are sold globally through a network of authorized integrators and specialty retailers. Learn more at www.savantsystems.com.
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