Loxone product release: Audioserver for AV gurus, electrical experts and more

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Loxone releases a flexible, complete audio solution for any home or building.
September 3, 2020 – Starting a new wave of home & building automation since Loxone’s
Miniserver 10+ years ago, the new Audioserver delivers a unique multiroom audio
experience. The ultimate flexibility, simple configuration and time-saving installation
makes it a sensible solution for not only AV professionals, but also electrical experts
that want to expand their expertise. Offering numerous interfaces, functions and free
scalability, the Audioserver offers a seamless solution paired with any speakers on the
market.

Its flexibility and built-in smart features takes audio solutions to another level especially
for MDUs, hotels and more. Use it as an alarm system in a restaurant, intelligent
doorbell at home, or for announcements in the office and much more. Plus, energy is
saved as it consumes only 2W in idle mode.
Specially developed for professional installers, the Audioserver combines a high
processing power and four amplifier outputs in one compact device – designed to be
DIN rail mounted. They can offer customers with a myriad of combinations of stereo and
downmixed audio. Audio is automated to their liking – format, time, volume, room and
more – with instant control always an option in the Loxone App or with the tap of a
Touch switch.

With simplified configuration tools in Loxone Config, time-consuming systems are a
thing of the past. In our latest software version 11.1, you simply drag and drop “Audio
Player” functions to configure groups. So residents, visitors or users of any building can
enjoy the power of four compatible audio zones with 100% synchronous sound
experience in multiple rooms – all created by a single audio source. In larger audio
networks, several Audioservers can be grouped and synchronized. Tree Turbo interface
by Loxone enables the expansion of up to 10 Stereo Extensions (or 20 amplifier
outputs). You can simply wire from the distribution board to a Stereo Extension installed
locally to where the speaker is thanks to free-form wiring topology.