Russound’s New SLK – Single Line In-wall Keypad Ships, Single-Gang Decora® Styling Makes It A Discrete Keypad Solution
Newmarket, NH (May 29, 2012) Russound, the leader in multiroom audio and video systems introduces its new SLK, Single Line Keypad designed for individual zone control of the C-Series MCA-C3 and MCA-C5 multiroom audio systems.
This stylish single-gang keypad designed for basic zone control contains many powerful features hidden beneath its sleek Decora exterior finish, and with 5 colors options available the SLK is at home in any setting (conversion kit required).
The SLK’s white backlit LCD panel is easy-to-navigate and control. The 5 character display lists current source, volume level and system status information.
For added convenience, users can power the room’s system on/off with a single soft-touch button and even turn off all-zones by simply holding down the power button for 4 seconds. Source selection promptly changes when scrolling through the systems source list with the simple touch of a button.
Additionally, the SLK works seamlessly with “My Russound” application on supported hand-held devices and features an IR receiver for direct control and IR repeating.
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Since 1967, innovation, quality and reliability have been the pillars of the Russound® product tradition. Located in Newmarket, N.H., USA, Russound offers the products and expertise customers need to enjoy multiroom audio and video systems in the home. With more than 40 years experience, Russound continues to cater to installation professionals and their customers by pairing powerful systems using the latest technologies with intuitive controls to give customers high-performance, easy-to-use solutions. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.russound.com.
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