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April 2012

RTI iPod Dock

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Introducing the new RTI iPod Dock, although a little late to the party the RTI iPod Dock is worth the wait, this is the best iPod docking solution that we have used so far.

Simple navigation and operation of your docked iPod can be either an on-screen TV GUI ( Graphical User Interface) or by using a compatible RTI 2 way touchscreen remote control or keypad.

The sliding tray means your iPod is always securely connected and safe. The RTI dock can either be rack mounted or placed on a tabletop. Once docked you can also sync your iPod with iTunes so you can keep it as a fixed music source for your system.

If you have an RTI system this is the iPod dock for you.

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Lutron QS Dynamic Keypad

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Although control system touchscreen keypads, like from Crestron, Control4 and RTI, are a great way to control lights they can sometimes be off-putting to users not familiar with the system. This is why we haven’t advised using a touchscreen as the main lighting control when you enter a room, until now.

The new Lutron Homeworks QS Dynamic keypad is so simple and intuitive to use that it can be located anywhere that you require a bit more Lutron lighting control, without having to have several banks of hard buttons, like a traditional lighting keypad.

The Lutron Homeworks QS Dynamic keypad has been designed to provide simple control of all the features of The Lutron Homeworks QS system, however, it can also give you basic control of your audio system and other automated equipment.

Discrete, simple to use and non-threatening the new Lutron Homeworks QS Dynamic keypad passes the all important ‘visiting Mother in Law’ test.

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