March 13, 2013 by Rachel Cericola
VidaBox is updating its popular LiivNAS Media System. The company’s newly launched “New LiivNAS” has the same Drop-n-Rip drive for storing CDs, DVDs and Blu-rays, but adds in a lot of new features.
The new component now has Sonos and iTunes support, in addition to two-way movie metadata for Crestron and Control4 control systems. It also has a new compact form factor, which boasts new storage options and silent cooling.
The New LiivNAS comes standard with 2TB of storage or can be customized with 3TB or 4TB of space. That means users can pack in up to 660 DVDs or 160 Blu-rays, with 1080p and 7.1 surround support.
“We’re excited to offer this new model, as it meets many of our dealers’ and integrators’ existing feature requests,” exclaims Steven Cheung, president of VidaBox, LLC. “The biggest change is its 100-percent silent cooling. The New LiivNAS can now be installed in even the most noise-sensitive environments, as it needs no fans or other moving parts for cooling. Combined with the new storage options of up to 4TB, our convenient Drop-n-Rip feature, affordable cost, and streaming support to affordable Dune HD Media Players, the LiivNAS becomes a winning, all-in-one Media NAS solution—perfect for almost any project!”
VidaBox is shipping The New LiivNAS now. Contact the company for order details and pricing info.
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