– Multi-Room HiFi System
S7 has been designed to offer the best possible home music and TV experience while discretely complementing the design of your home.
- Up to 24 fully independent music zones (including outdoor)
- Support for Hi-Res music storage and reproduction using S7 Netlink (up to 4 x CD resolution)
- Streaming on-demand music services from Deezer, Tidal, Qobuz & Spotify etc
- Streaming radio services from BBC iPlayer (including 7 day catch-up service) TuneIn & Shoutcast
- Digital music storage of up to 2TB including Hi-Res music files (24bit 192kHz flac)
- Integration of whole house audio with a surround sound AV Receiver, simply use the App
- 1 button selection of radio using in wall keypads
- Fully customisable App optimised for all sizes of iPad & iPhones. Android App
- Open integration with 3rd party lighting and control systems including Crestron, Control 4, RTI, Fibaro and Lutron
Based in the UK, Systemline introduced its first multi-room control system as long ago as 1988; a time when the concept of ‘Custom Installation’ was virtually unknown outside of the USA. That multi-room system was the first in the world to be based on universal IR control. It received wide acclaim and won an American CES Award for innovation.
Throughout the following decade, Systemline became the obvious multi room speaker system of choice for European specifiers wishing to build their businesses. It’s probably fair to say that many of today’s leading Custom Installers ‘learnt their trade’ on Systemline product. In the early part of the new millennium, Systemline (UK) introduced “Modular” which redefined the level of flexibility and space efficiency possible within a multi-zone system.
The new Systemline S7 and E100 products build on this experience and knowledge and have been designed to address the needs of today. Both E100 & S7 are shining examples of how Systemline is embracing change with yet more innovation. And it doesn’t stop there. Systemline will continue to innovate and develop solutions appropriate for all levels of the installation market, based on a ‘wired-for-wireless’ infrastructure, designed to ensure maximum reliability