Autonomic's Mirage Audio Systems Now Integrate with Lutron's HomeWorks QS
Autonomic has announced an innovative integration between their Mirage Audio System (Mirage Media Server and matching Mirage digital ampl...
Autonomic has announced an innovative integration between their Mirage Audio System (Mirage Media Server and matching Mirage digital amplifiers) and the Lutron HomeWorks QS total home control system. Now integrators can provide their clients with simple, convenient control of their home audio environment utilising user-programmable scene presets on all Lutron HomeWorks QS compatible keypads, including the new Palladiom QS keypad.
[caption id="attachment_10904" align="aligncenter" width="699"] Autonomic and Lutron have collaborated to provide integrators with a simple, yet powerful interface for the Mirage Audio Systems.[/caption]
The Lutron HomeWorks QS system controls lights, shades, temperature and integrates with third-party devices to offer users a seamless control experience. The Mirage Audio System is a turnkey home audio solution that allows end users to listen to their personal music collection combined with popular streaming music services in as many as 96 rooms throughout the home. Autonomic and Lutron have collaborated to provide integrators with a simple, yet powerful interface for the Mirage Audio Systems. Through the single button press of a Lutron keypad, homeowners will be able to adjust the lights, shades, temperature and play their favorite music.
Intuitive user-reprogrammable Mirage presets are now available on the Lutron HomeWorks keypad, with features such as one-button access that will automatically play music in specified rooms at specific volume levels. Changing the preset is as simple as adjusting the content and volume levels with the Autonomic iOS or Android app, and then pressing and holding the desired button on the Lutron keypad to store the scene. Use the HomeWorks QS wall-mounted keypads for the most commonly used audio functions and use the robust Mirage user interface for the less often used functions of the system.