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Audioaccess Introduces iPod-, XM-, and Sirius-integrated Home Theater System

The W.H.E.N. (Whole-House Entertainment Network) from Audioaccess is an integrated home theater, multi-room audio/video, and in-home communications system for custom residential installations. 4/02/2007 8:00 AM Eastern

Audioaccess Introduces iPod-, XM-, and Sirius-integrated Home Theater System

Apr 2, 2007 12:00 PM




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The W.H.E.N. (Whole-House Entertainment Network) from Audioaccess is an integrated home theater, multi-room audio/video, and in-home communications system for custom residential installations. Whole-house paging and intercom functions complement audio and video monitoring and can be programmed using the W.H.E.N. on-screen system. No PC programming is required to activate or utilize the features. System components include an audio/video receiver/system controller, a multi-room hub with power supply hub, amplified display keypad, and an array of in-wall and in-ceiling loudspeakers. The system is expandable to 20 rooms. W.H.E.N. is compatible with the iPod when used with the Audioaccess iPod docking station and will offer two-way integration with XM and Sirius third-party tuners.

For more information, visit www.audioaccess.com.


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