Pyng, on display at ISE, has been designed so it can be controlled and set up from an iPad.

The system can work stand-alone and also integrates Crestron’s DigitalMedia distribution and control systems for when all the bells and whistles are needed. 

Setting up a new project is streamlined by pairing Crestron Pyng accessories with the App.

Accessories include Crestron wireless lighting controls, thermostats, occupancy sensors and keypads.

Installers can create lifestyle scenes for each room, schedule events, and much more without ever opening the laptop.

Home-owners can also be empowered to make changes to scenes and settings right from the App with no risk of impairing system performance.

A compact hub connects accessories with the App, runs scenes and events even without the presence of an iPad and continuously backs up all home settings to the cloud.

Pyng systems integrate with myCrestron cloud services, providing dealers with a platform to drive Recurring Monthly Revenue (RMR) streams, optimise team resources and strengthen customer relationships.

The new MyCrestron Residential Monitoring Service enables central monitoring and management of Pyng systems, allowing dealers to identify and resolve potential issues faster.

At ISE Crestron is also offering an insight into the working of its new six zone amp.

Designed for mid-size systems, Crestron’s Six-Zone ‘Plus Two’ Amplifier, (C2N-AMP-6X100), combines features from the CNX-PAD8 and Adagio Audio Expander (AAE) to deliver a solution for whole-home audio distribution.

Each room output is capable of 100W for each of the six amplified zones.

Outputs may also be bridged to deliver 150W per channel at eight Ohms to drive an in-wall subwoofer or for increased stereo power.

Two line-level outputs mirror amplified channels five and six, enabling additional amplification for large or open spaces.

Listeners can select any of the 12 sources from any room in the house and tailor the sound to individual tastes using independent pre-amp style controls for volume, bass, treble, balance and mute settings.

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