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Antex is going to show a 3 zone Satellite receiver for home/commercial use at the CEDIA show. I will try and keep the info posted for those who are interested.
Here is a portion of the info...
" The Antex Electronics 3 zone Sirius receiver is designed to be integrated into a multiroom – multizone high end audio distribution system. It is an integrated product with IR control inputs, RS-232 control input and status feedback as well as an intuitive front panel display. This receiver is a unique piece of source equipment tailored to the needs of the professional, custom installer dealer base.

The multi-zone satellite receiver is a discreet high end component that receives Sirius programming content via a single RF input. The receiver splits the data into three paths, each containing the complete range of Sirius streams. The receiver provides for multiple audio outputs, analog and digital, to serve each of three zones. Independent control of each of the three sets of streams is achieved through the use of wired or wireless controllers located remotely within the zones of the installation via a data port or infrared jack. Direct control of the receiver may be achieved through the use of an infrared wireless remote control located at the receiver or by pressing buttons on the receiver cabinet.

A display on the receiver cabinet provides the means to show TTA (Title, Track, Artist) data and other information necessary for the operation of the Sirius receiver. The same information is available through a data port designed to connect to remote controllers located in each of the zones."

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