Ballston Spa, New York–April 17, 2007–ReQuest, the company that introduced the world’s first digital audio music-server hardware and software for home entertainment and media systems, today announced that it has shipped its new multiroom audio solution–the iQ System.
ReQuest’s iQ System is the first multiroom solution to be based on music-server technology that promises true plug’n’play installation, superb audio playback to as many as eight different rooms, and seamless integration with iTunes utilizing the revolutionary ReQuest software NetSync for iTunes.
The iQ System debuts with four key elements: The hard disk-based iQ Intelligent Media Server, the 16-channel iQ Intelligent Multiroom Amplifier, a 15″ tabletop or wall mountable touchscreen, and 3.5″ inwall touchscreens. Using patented ReQuest technology, iQ is the world’s only whole house audio system that syncs music from one house to another across the internet. iQ is also the only system that allows multiple iTunes users to share music seamlessly within a house.
“iQ leverages the music-server expertise ReQuest has consistently delivered to the market to produce a whole-house audio solution packed with features previously unavailable at any price,” says ReQuest’s Bill McKiegan, V.P. of Sales & Marketing.
ReQuest Inc.’s manufacturing, engineering, testing, and office facilities are located inBallston Spa, New York. The company’s home-entertainment systems have set the standard for high-end digital-media storage, management, playback, and system integration since 1998. ReQuest’s award-winning music servers and video-management systems are the accepted leaders in cutting-edge technology. The company enjoys being regarded as having the best service in the industry, with an installed base of more than 18,000 units. Recently, ReQuest, for the second year in a row, ReQuest was ranked by Inc. magazine as one of the top 500 fastest-growing private businesses in America. For more information about ReQuest, visit www.request.com.