Fusion Research and URC have partnered to release a new two-way driver for Fusion's Ovation products. The driver is now available for use in both URC's Total Control and ccGEN2 automation systems. There will be a new two-way driver for Fusion's EPIC movie server products coming shortly.
There will be a new two-way driver for Fusion's EPIC movie server products coming shortly.
The Ovation driver has been carefully tested for an extended period of time by URC. It has had sneak previews at various distributor events this fall and was discussed at CEDIA. All cover art and metadata is now available on URC's apps as well as their touchscreens and the popular TRC-1080 remote control.
"We've been working closely with URC's engineering team for a long time; it's been a key goal for us to be able to work with all URC products,"said Ingo Schmoldt, VP of Sales. "After the announcement at CEDIA that URC dealers would no longer be able to purchase Extra Vegetables Sonos drivers, this became priority number one. URC dealers now have a choice in affordable high definition whole home audio."
"We're enthusiastic about these additional offerings in the music server space and this is a perfect fit with our two, value-driven home automation platforms," said Cat Fowler, Director of Marketing for URC. "The awesome partnership we have with Fusion will make it a comprehensive and well-supported solution for our mutual dealers - both today and well into the future."
This free driver is available immediately and is compatible with the entire line of Ovation products starting at $499 MSRP for the single source, high resolution Signature or $999 MSRP for the three-source OMS-1. Fusion is offering special for URC dealers to try the Ovation products.