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Hamilton launches new multi-room audio system

Decorative electrical wiring accessories manufacturer Hamilton Litestat has officially launched the new Mercury Multi-room Audio System – a simple-to-operate music system that gives the user complete control over how, when and where their music is played throughout the home.

Up to four music sources are plugged into a discreet hub and fed into up to four rooms. There are input options for a radio, two analogue devices such as CD players, and an MP3 player. In the case of an iPhone or iPod being the source of the music, Hamilton is producing a Mercury Wall-mounted iDock to connect the device to the hub.

The system is quick and simple to install, with no programming required. It uses a star wired hub architecture with all of the main components centralised in a single, compact wall-mounted hub.

Each destination room features user-friendly wall-mounted control plates for easy access, although the music can also be managed by an infra-red remote control or a two-way WiFi device such as an iPod, iPhone or tablet, as it comes with its own official app. The plates are standard UK single–gang sized, meaning there are no J-boxes or custom back boxes to factor in. They can be matched to many of Hamilton’s existing ranges, however there is also a sleek new black touch screen plate available.

Speakers come in a variety of formats depending on the destination room including ceiling pairs, compact versions – ideal for smaller rooms such as en-suites – and even outdoor speakers for further flexibility.

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