The StealthStream by TiO
Anuva Automation, the Florida-based manufacturer of TiO (Turn it On) brand of common-sense home automation products, will highlight its attendance at CEDIA 2016 with an exclusive KEF and StealthStream giveaway.
With TiO’s home automation products, users can control their audio, lighting, security, shades, and more, with iOS or Android phones or tablets. In partnership with KEF, TiO will give away one pair of KEF Q100 bookshelf speakers with a StealthStream (SS-1) each day at CEDIA 2016. The StealthStream, TiO’s versatile and powerful audio zone player, provides users with easy access to many popular digital music services and Bluetooth. To win the KEF Q100 and StealthStream package, CEDIA attendees can simply stop by the TiO booth and enter. A name will be drawn at the conclusion of each show day. Winners do not need to be present to win.
KEF Q100 bookshelf speakers“We are looking forward to seeing our dealers and showing them our updated product line with the features they’ve been asking for,” said Sanjay Patel, president and chief executive officer of Anuva Automation. “We invite those attending CEDIA to visit our booth, learn more about the technology we have to offer and enter to win a StealthStream amplified streaming audio player with KEF Q100 bookshelf speakers.”
Additionally, TiO will present two CEDIA manufacturer product trainings, one on Thursday, September 15 at 3:30 p.m. and the second on Saturday, September 17 at 12:30 p.m. The 90-minute class, led by John Anderson, product manager, and Neil Grosse, technical support manager, will encompass the latest innovation and product releases on TiO’s common sense home automation. TiO invites CEDIA attendees to participate in a MPT to learn more about TiO’s unique approach to robust automation and control systems. To register, visit CEDIA’s registration portal.