CasaTunes’ CT-8+ solution is installed and featured in The NextGen HomeTV’s First to the Future Home series with host Ty Pennington. Along with Luxul’s IP network solutions, the CasaTunes system rounds out a technologically advanced home setup for the show, in which each episode details the latest in next-generation home building.
CasaTunes president David Krinker and his wife Jodi with show host Ty Pennington (center).The CasaTunes CT-8+ features the ability to have eight wired rooms and up to 10 wireless rooms, with up to eight different streams of music.
“We selected CasaTunes as our whole-house music solution because it offers a rich variety of popular music options, allows playing different or the same music in every room, and because it can be controlled with simple-to-use apps on Android and Apple smartphones and tablets,” said Andreas Kuhlmann, VP of NextGen HomeTV. “We also leveraged CasaTunes’ out-of-the-box support for integrating AV receivers as part of a whole house music solution.”
With CasaTunes, homeowners can listen to a music collection stored on the music server hard disk, as well as listen to various popular internet radio and music services, including hi-fi quality music services, such as TIDAL.
“As the 'Swiss Army Knife' of whole-house audio, CasaTunes offers the most comprehensive multi-room audio solution at the lowest cost per zone in the market today,” said Steve Guerra, VP business development at CasaTunes. “CasaTunes integrates with most popular home automation systems, supports any amplifier or AV receiver, and works with most popular third-party switches.”