January 30, 2008 by Arlen Schweiger
If you’re a fan of keypads for their convenience and ease of use, but don’t like being limited by the sometimes small range of color and design choices for the trim, NuVo Technologies wants to help you out.
The company’s popular Grand Concerto multiroom audio system now features five design-friendly, premium finishes to its trim-plates, to go with the classic plastic white, almond, ivory and black that are included with the systems.
New metallic additions are: polished chrome, satin chrome, satin nickel, gloss white and gloss black.
The nice part is if you already have a Grand Concerto system, you can swap out your old trim-plate and pop in a new one easily since the plates are magnetic and made to fit around each keypad. The metallic trim-plates are available for $25 apiece.
Read the entire press release here.
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