Fusion Research has announced that the winner of its CEDIA Studio Movie Server giveaway is David Mills from Kraus Hi-Tech & Home Automation Inc., in Long Island City, New York.
David Mills, Kraus Hi-Tech & Home Automation Inc.
“David was randomly selected from our group of more than a thousand leads that we scanned from CEDIA”, Fusion’s VP of sales Ingo Schmoldt, said. “Since we only recently introduced the Studio server, we thought that a giveaway would be a great way to get the word out on the new unit. I’m happy to report that it was extremely well received.”
The Studio Movie Server has most of the functions and features of Fusion’s other media products, including the same video quality and chipset, but at an entry-level price point of $3,495 MSRP. he system can store 225 to 250 DVDs and can be expanded by adding your own storage to grow your movie collection.
After receiving his system, Mills was able to play with it for a month and offered the following thoughts: “I was surprised and delighted to win the Studio Movie Server, after a month of using the system I think it’s a tremendous product and certainly one of the best values in media servers today”.
The Studio Movie Server can be expanded to multiple zones and has the ability to store Blu-ray movies with the optional software module. The system complements Fusion’s full line of media server products that include models, which scale up to 25 zone commercial systems depending on your application.