BluOS® Wireless Music Streaming System to Work With Lutron®
Press Release (ePRNews.com) - AMSTERDAM - Feb 05, 2018 - Lenbrook International, developer of the BluOS wireless hi-res audio streaming technology, announced their integration with Lutron Electronics and their leading Caseta Pro Wireless, HomeWorks QS and Radio RA2 smart home lighting systems. Available later this month, the new BluOS software will give anyone in a connected home one-touch control of any BluOS-enabled speaker or stereo system using a Lutron Pico Remote Control for Audio or any supported Lutron keypad.
Adding hi-res audio streaming and wireless multi-room control to Lutron lighting scenes is a perfect match for homeowners who are passionate about music. Lutron’s Pico Remote Control for Audio lets the user play, pause, skip tracks, adjust the volume and toggle through BluOS pre-sets quickly and conveniently without using any other app or device. Whether listening to coffeehouse jazz in the morning or a dinner playlist with guests, lighting and music can be combined together for a more intimate listening experience.
“We are trying to create a smarter, better-sounding, whole-home music experience,” said Andrew Haines, BluOS product manager. “Now with support for Lutron’s most popular lighting control systems, streaming services and personal music collections can be connected to a home network and seamlessly be controlled together with your lights. It’s two state-of-the-art smart home systems working seamlessly together.”
We are trying to create a smarter, better-sounding, whole-home music experience. Now with support for Lutron’s most popular lighting control systems, streaming services and personal music collections can be connected to a home network and seamlessly be controlled together with your lights. It’s two state-of-the-art smart home systems working seamlessly together.
When a BluOS-enabled speaker or system is connected to a Lutron Controller, a smart home device that uses Lutron’s proprietary ClearConnect wireless technology, playback commands can be sent from any Lutron keypad to any BluOS device inside the home. Both set up easily, either by a “DIY” homeowner or professional installer, and both are designed to work with the leading home automation systems alongside other smart home devices connected to a Wi-Fi network.
Custom installers, dealers and homeowners can enjoy this integration later this month by upgrading to the next version of BluOS and downloading a BluOS CI setup utility. To download BluOS CI drivers and utilities, go to bluesound.com/downloads or visit nadelectronics.com and search for the BluOS-enabled product.
Marketing, Lenbrook International
North American Media Relations, Lenbrook International
International Media Relations, Lenbrook International
BluOS is a premium multi-room audio ecosystem that manages stored and cloud music sources and playback, with support for high-resolution audio streams up to 24/192. Adopted by some of the most renowned hi-fi audio brands and integrated with numerous smart home control systems, BluOS allows for interoperability among enabled devices across brands for maximum versatility and use cases. Integrations with popular streaming music services like Tidal, Spotify, Amazon Music and Deezer, as well as featuring support for FLAC, WAV, MQA and other high-resolution formats and codecs, BluOS offers virtually unlimited access to music of all genres for any occasion. Made up of an operating system and a control application for smartphones, tablets and PC desktops, BluOS is the ultimate choice for the modern audiophile. For more information, visit www.bluos.net.
About Lutron Electronics (www.lutron.com)
Founded in 1961, Lutron Electronics is headquartered in Coopersburg, Pennsylvania, in the heart of the Lehigh Valley. From dimmers for the home to lighting management systems for entire buildings, the company offers more than 17,000 energy-saving products, sold in more than 100 countries around the world. In the U.S. alone, Lutron products save an estimated 10 billion kWh of electricity, or approximately $1 billion in utility costs per year. The company’s early inventions – including the first solid-state dimmer invented by Lutron’s founder, Joel Spira – are now at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History in Washington, DC.