That looks about right thanks!
The C-6 is listed as having a rs-232 port, I am going to contact them about what the port can do.

Brock Palen
Center for Advanced Computing
brockp@umich.edu
(734)936-1985


On Dec 29, 2007, at 6:40 PM, Eric M. wrote:


Canadian company has a whole home audio system.

I have nothing to do with this company, recently saw one of these systems demonstrated while looking for a big screen.  Pretty slick.

http://www.nexusaudiosystems.com/index.html

I don't think it is network controlled yet but any source can be sent to any speaker pair/zone.

Eric

Jack Edin wrote:
Brock,

AFAIK the switch we desire does not yet exist.

However I have already designed something, and hope to offer it as a product for sale someday.

  • My plan is for a Network connection for control.
  • There will be 8 audio inputs, with a provision to combine 2 of them onto a third (create a mono, or L+R - for single speaker locations). 
  • There will be 12 audio outputs, however I will make it modular - so I could make 24 outputs easily, etc.
  • Each output will have it's own volume control.
  • Each output will have it's choice of any of the 8 inputs.

Control will be available both using xAP, or on a web page using Flash to create sliders, etc.

Power will be 12volts DC.

Does this sound like anything you guys could embrace?

Sincerely,

Jack
:)


Brock Palen wrote:
Is there such a thing as a audio switch?  This would be used for MH  
to direct sound to be played though specific sets of speakers.   
Obviously such a system would need to be able to be controlled by  
ether serial or network.

If such a product exists what are MH users using to direct sound?

Brock Palen
brockp@mlds-networks.com
www.mlds-networks.com
MLDS Owner Senior Tech.


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