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Terra-San Pre-Loads Rolling Stone Mag’s Top 500 Albums to Your Media Server
You can have a pre-loaded library of music history provided by Terra-San onto your media server.
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May 09, 2008 by Arlen Schweiger

If you’re a custom installer looking for some differentiation and a cool product for clients, or whether your a consumer looking for an all-encompassing media server and music solution, Terra-San has added a beauty to its “Essentials” by Genre Collection of pre-loaded music.

Now you can dig into Rolling Stone magazine’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time, which is being made available for pre-load onto a variety of media servers such as Apple TV, Crestron, Elan, Escient, Kaleidescape, ReQuest and more.

This will save you months of loading and ripping the CDs themselves, and provide you with a comprehensive library of music history. There’s no shortage of Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Dylan, U2, Who and other legendary artists on the list. You’ll be able to astound visitors with your crazy big music collection.

The collection can be supplied or had in three ways—Top 100 for $1,995 (USB), Top 200 for $3,995 or Top 500 (NAS) for $8,995 (NAS/RAID incl.). For installers, a “Buy Limit” feature from Terra-San will let you custom-tailor collections to meet your clients’ needs (yes, chances are they might own a few of these albums already). There’s also a handsome coffee table book of the collection to show off too. Terra-San delivers its preloaded music collections with the original CDs, so you have dual formats for listening.

Check out Terra-San’s website for more on this and other ripping services.

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Arlen Schweiger - Contributor, Electronic House Magazine
Arlen writes about home technology installations and product news and reviews for electronichouse.com and Electronic House magazine.

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