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MusicGiants, ADI Team Up on HD Content Effort

The content provider and distributor have joined forces to offer pre-loaded HD collections of music and video on media servers.

Long Beach, CA–HD online music service, MusicGiants, has teamed up with wholesale distributor ADI, to help dealers deliver high-definition content collections and provide complete custom electronics solutions.

Through ADI and its dealers, MusicGiants will offer pre-loaded collections of music and video that can dramatically enhance the appeal of the growing media server category — serving as the fuel for the Ferrari, so to speak — as well as boost the profitability of the installing dealer.

Delivering a new media server with HD content is a much better experience for the consumer, and simply makes sense, said Jack Wrigley, MusicGiants vice president of sales. ADI dealers not only will realize greater revenue on each project, but they also can differentiate themselves as dealers that deliver added value. The result will be a superior initial consumer experience, which can lead to greater overall customer satisfaction with both the dealer and the media server manufacturer.

 As a distributor, ADI is always looking for new ways to add value to our dealers and help them compete in the custom electronics market, said RJ Hirshkind, product manager for residential and commercial A/V at ADI. ADI is pleased to offer MusicGiants technology, and make it easy for dealers to provide high-definition content and deliver complete solutions.

In addition to traditional downloads of tracks and albums, this content can also be delivered en masse via MusicGiants new Concierge Collections, which pre-load assortments of high-definition music on music servers or hard drives, based on the homeowners preferences regarding genres or artists. MusicGiants dealers not only make money upfront on Concierge Collections they sell, but they also receive a recurring stream of revenue from their clients purchases in the MusicGiants HD Media Store.