Now URC’s Total Control system is also a complete system for streaming music fans. The company is adding all sorts of streaming options, via the newly announced SNP-2 Streaming Network Player.
The compact box connects to your home’s Wi-Fi network, meaning that it can be installed anywhere in the home. From there, it can add two-way access to SiriusXM, Pandora, Rhapsody, web radio, stored music, and more. That includes two-way metadata, which could be accessed through Total Control remotes, keypads and touchscreens, as well as smartphones and tablets with the URC MRX Advanced Network System Controller.
When combined with Total Control amplifiers, users can stream 44kHz audio to up to 32 different areas and control the music effortlessly in any room indoors or out. The SNP-2 also has support for 24-bit, 192kHz FLAC files from analog and digital outputs. It can even downconvert for DMS streaming.
The SNP-2 can also be used as a stand-alone music component in conjunction with URC’s Complete Control system. It does not work with URC’s ccGEN2 product line.
“In keeping with URC’s overall product strategy, the SNP-2 is a superior source for Total Control systems,” said Cat Toomey, director of marketing at URC. “It provides a personal gateway that merges all music resources into one elegant solution. In addition, it easily integrates with other popular brands using analog and digital outputs.”
For more information on the SNP-2 and the Total Control system, contact your local URC dealer.
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