March 19, 2008 by Arlen Schweiger
The laundry list of components inside SE2 Labs’ powerful and customizable ITC One home theater console just got larger, with a biggie company name to boot. That would be Apple, whose Apple TV 2.0 product will be yet another option for the ITC (Integrated Theater Console) One.
With Microsoft’s Windows Media Center already an option to provide plenty of digital content, Apple TV adds another method for homeowners to pull their digitally stored music, movies and photos, plus take advantages of other Apple TV features like grabbing YouTube videos, watching and listening to podcasts and renting movies from iTunes.
The robust ITC One recently added a Blu-ray Disc drive, and other standalone components crammed into the high-performance console include: DirecTV high-def DVR, Dish Network high-def DVR (or national cable providers’); AMX NetLinx control system, Bryston pre-amp processor with digital outputs, IcePower Class D amplifiers, Vidikron video processor, Apple iPod dock, SE2 Labs remote control, Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii, Transparent Cable power conditioning, and Transparent cabling and cable harness.
Whew! The ITC One has an MSRP of $25,000. Read the entire press release here.
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