Hamilton to launch new multi-room audio system at Decorex
27 July 2011Decorative electrical wiring accessories manufacturer Hamilton Litestat is launching a brand new audio system at this year’s Decorex (stand J317).
Showcased this year will be the new Mercury Multi-room Audio System – a simple-to-operate music system that gives the user complete control over how, when and where their music is played throughout the home.
Up to four music sources are plugged into a discreet hub and fed into up to four rooms. There are input options for a radio, two analogue devices such as CD players, and an MP3 player. In the case of an iPhone or iPod being the source of the music, Hamilton is producing a stylish Mercury Wall-mounted iDock to connect the device to the hub.
Each destination room features user-friendly wall-mounted control plates for easy access, although the music can also be managed by an infra-red remote control or a two-way WiFi device such as an iPod, iPhone or tablet, as it comes with its own official app. This level of two-way control ensures that the user can browse and select the exact music they want to listen to at any time.
The small, slim control plates come in a range of Hamilton’s existing plate designs, providing the option of matching them with other wiring accessories such as light switches and sockets. However, there is also a sleek new black touch screen design available.
Speakers come in a variety of formats depending on the destination room including ceiling pairs, compact versions – ideal for smaller rooms such as en-suites – and even outdoor speakers for further flexibility.
Visitors to stand J317 will also be able to view Hamilton’s other accessory ranges including the recently launched Hartland CFX Colours and Perception CFX collections, as well as talk to the team about Hamilton’s bespoke design service which provides special solutions tailored to the particular requirements of individual projects.
Ian Hamilton, managing director of decorative electrical wiring accessory, lighting and multi-room audio manufacturer Hamilton Litestat, examines how upselling and upgrading wiring accessories on a small scale can add value to contracts even on smaller projects.
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