Russound’s latest upgrades to its MCA series of controllers come in the form of the MCA-66 and MCA-88. Both units feature streaming of Bluetooth content streaming from phones and tablets; the ability to listen, control and share sources through three digital inputs; updated IR code libraries to control any AV source; and expandability to as many as six controllers, creating an integrated system of up to 48 zones.
The New MCA-88 is a high-power amplifier, enabling users to listen to any of eight sources in eight independent zones. The unit has various inputs, including eight analog, three digital, one paging and one Bluetooth. There are eight fixed or variable outputs for expanding, integrating and upgrading zones.
For more compact installations, the MCA-66 handles any of six sources feeding to up to six independent zones, and an array of input choices including six analog, three digital, one paging, and one Bluetooth. The MCA-66 has two fixed or variable outputs for expanding, integrating and upgrading zones, and is also controllable using Russound keypads, the TS3 touchscreen, or the My Russound App.