Emeryville, CA--Meda Systems has released enhanced versions of its whole-house Bravo music servers.
Bravo now features refinements made possible by its DEOS Digital Entertainment Operating System Version 2.3.
The servers are also compatible with control modules by companies such as Crestron and Phillips, and are available in models designed to serve one zone, four zones, eight zones, 12 zones, 16 zones and 24 zones.
Featuring proprietary MZSync technology, Bravos allow users to mix-and-match analog stereo, digital S/PDIF and streaming ethernet wired or wireless zone outputs. These elements combined create an integrated whole-house system capable of playing and synchronizing multiple sources in multiple zones through analog, digital or IP-based entertainment systems.
The servers also now possess new infrared commands, including direct access to all sources and zones.
DEOS Version 2.3 is available now with all new Bravo music servers; existing Bravo owners can obtain free software upgrades.