Mirage Audio System Now Integrates With HomeWorks Control System

Mirage Audio System Integration Includes the Mirage Media Server and Matching Digital Amplifiers
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Autonomic has integrated its Mirage Audio System, which includes the Mirage Media Server and matching digital amplifiers, with the Lutron HomeWorks QS total home control system.

Integrators can now provide their clients with control of their home audio environment through user-programmable scene presets on all Lutron HomeWorks QS compatible keypads, including the new Palladiom QS keypad.

The Lutron HomeWorks QS system controls lights, shades, and temperature, and integrates with third-party devices to offer users a seamless control experience. User-reprogrammable Mirage presets are now available on the Lutron HomeWorks keypad, with features such as one-button access to automatically play music in specified rooms at specific volume levels.

Users can change the preset by adjusting the content and volume levels with the Autonomic iOS or Android app, and then pressing and holding the desired button on the Lutron keypad to store the scene, much like programming the preset buttons on a car radio.

“Any technology designer will tell you that implementing a simple but powerful user experience is among the most complex engineering tasks,” said Michael de Nigris, Autonomic CEO. “Together with Lutron, our teams have developed a devilishly simple interface that belies the complexity that it took to bring it about. The ability to come home and simply press one button to initiate their favorite streaming station playing throughout the home at just the right volume will increase customer’s utilization and appreciation for what we have accomplished.”

Lutron's Mark Jenner, new business alliances director, said, “The blending of music and light creates the perfect home environment. This simple yet powerful integration with Mirage Audio Systems provides Lutron customers with yet another way to create memorable experiences in
their homes.”


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