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ClearOne Shows StreamNet Tech

Indianapolis – ClearOne, a global communications and entertainment solutions
company, debuted for the residential market six new products for its
StreamNet IP-based A/V distribution and control system.

Featured products include a Cloud-based music-management
system that provides global access to a user’s complete music library located
anywhere on the network; a new compact, high-power 2×150 watt-per-channel
amplifier; and a new digital tuner, compatible with two StreamNet controller/amplifiers
with built-in web servers to tune in and play MP3 Internet radio streams,
ClearOne said.

The company will also debut three A/V products to the
residential market.

Anthology, an
IP-based network music system is designed to simplify access to music on PCs,
iTunes, Internet radio, remote servers and Cloud services. Anthology Cloud Sync
automatically backs up content to a private Internet data locker for
multi-location synchronization and remote access to media from computers and
mobile devices, the company said.

The SLX300 is an in-wall or rack-mounted digital decoder
amplifier that delivers two audio channels up to 150 watts each. The SLX300 is
the most powerful two-channel amplifier in the DigiLinx line, and addresses a
long-standing need for a high-power two-channel amp in listening room and home
theater applications, ClearOne said.

The third new product being introduced is a built-in web server
that allows tuning and streaming of more than 10,000 MP3 Internet radio
stations located around the world.  This
new feature, which is compatible with the TLA250 and SL251 IP audio decoder and
amplifiers, allows adding MP3 Internet radio as a local source to any zone in a
DigiLinX system.

The three products making their residential market debut at
the CEDIA Expo are the MLVA9500, an IP encoder for A/V content from an HDMI
source; the VL9300, an IP decoder for A/V content going to an HDTV or other A/V
component; and Blueport, a wireless digital audio gateway that allows an
iPhone, Android smartphone, or other Bluetooth device to be a wireless audio
source for one zone or multiple zones in a home system.

“These components add essential depth and breadth to the
DigiLinx product line,” said Buzz Goddard, worldwide residential sales VP. “In
particular, the residential market launch of our HDCP compliant IP encoder and
decoder for HDMI is a major milestone. 
The other products add important features, like streaming audio from
Bluetooth devices or Internet radio, which keep DigiLinX at the cutting edge of
what our customers expect from our home systems.”

All products featured at the CEDIA Expo are either available
now or will begin shipping within the next two months.