Sony Adds Compatibility

Sony products work with the Josh platform to create a luxury media experience
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josh-sony-pr-graphic continues expanding the power of artificial intelligence in the home through a collaboration with Sony. 

Integration with network-enabled Sony TVs, projectors, and receivers is designed to provide an array of robust solutions for voice-controlled entertainment spaces.

Device compatibility includes a seamless set-up process. After connecting to the network, Josh auto-populates Sony devices, accelerating the deployment process for custom installers. 

Configuration of HDMI inputs and A/V outputs are visibly diagrammed in the Josh portal for intuitive setup. Once the system is completed, users are able to walk from room to room and simply ask their Josh Micro to turn on their desired content.

See also: Yamaha Integrates Into A/V Receiver Lineup


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