RTI gets driver for Play-Fi Fusion music server, DTS multiroom gains traction in CI

posted on Monday, 16th May 2016 by Steve May

RTI  Invision UK  Multi-room  Hi-fi 

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Control and automation manufacturer RTI has announced a two-way driver for Fusion Research's Play-Fi music server. The new driver, developed by Fusion, allows integrators to incorporate the Ovation-based server into RTI automation systems.

Developed by DTS, Play-Fi is an interoperable wireless music system supported by a number of hi-fi brands. The system has yet to really impact in the UK, but is gaining some traction Stateside. Specifically designed for custom install, the Fusion server acts as a bridge between automation systems and third-party amplifiers and speakers utilising Play-Fi technology. It supports up to six discrete sources (three physical and three Play-Fi). Streaming apps supported include Spotify, Tidal and Tune-In radio.

Using the Fusion Play-Fi two-way driver, users can browse music options, view album art and select the location they want to play music in.

"End-users desire easy access to their music with the freedom to listen anywhere they want," says Mike Everett, VP of sales and marketing. "With the Fusion Play-Fi driver, RTI dealers can integrate the Fusion Server into the RTI control system to simplify access to an amazing set of music sources throughout their clients' home."

 The Fusion Play-Fi music server driver is available on the Fusion website.  RTI is distributed by Invision UK. For more on Invision's product portfolio and services, visit our partner page here.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology journalist, who also writes for T3, TechRadar, Home Cinema Choice and ERT (amongst others).

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