Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

New Products

RTI Expands Canadian and European Distribution Channels

CHANHASSEN, MN — February 15, 2004 — Installers of custom home entertainment systems outside of the United States recently gained some high-tech options for simplifying control of complex home theaters. Remote Technologies Inc. (RTI), an award-winning producer of whole-house electronic control systems, signed agreements with distributors of home technology in Canada and Switzerland. RTI selected Canadian distributor Sound Developments and Swiss distributor Arocom to deliver its universal remotes and control accessories to installers creating sophisticated systems such as home theaters, whole-house music & video, automated lighting, and more.

“RTI is proud to offer its line of home entertainment system control technology to custom installers in Canada and Switzerland,” said Pete Baker, director of sales and marketing at RTI. “RTI products give installers the flexibility to build systems with virtually any high-end audio & video components they choose, and to make controlling the entire system a breeze. We think dealers and their customers are going to be thrilled with the performance and value that our remote and complete control systems provide.”

Remote Technologies Inc. has focused on bringing custom installers innovative control solutions for electronic entertainment systems since 1992. The company has since developed touchscreen handheld remotes that give consumers complete and simple control of any size home theater. RTI also produces a full line of accessories, such as a remote signal processor, and power- & signal-sensing modules that extend a single remote control’s coverage to nearly every system throughout a home.

RTI’s newest developments include innovations such as the K4 in-wall control touchpanel. It features a 6.4″ screen, and is the first standalone panel with infrared control, video monitoring, and Ethernet connectivity. The company’s T3 Universal System Controller is the newest handheld remote that combines a large 3.5″ touchscreen with a balanced set of programmable hard buttons that make it completely customizable for any homeowner’s preferences. And taking the advanced control concept to completely new depths, RTI now makes its capabilities available in pools, jacuzzis, and decks with the U1 Underwater Controller. The completely waterproof, floating remote brings rich control options where normal remotes can’t be used. Sound Developments and Arocom can now deliver these and more RTI products to custom installers abroad, who are seeking to give customers intuitive and enjoyable control of their home systems.

About RTI

Remote Technologies Incorporated (RTI) is a technology-driven company headquartered in Chanhassen, Minnesota that specializes in developing and marketing innovative home theater control products. Founded in 1992 with a focus on the custom home installation market, RTI has become the leader in creating wireless control solutions that solve the foremost challenges facing electronic systems installers.

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.

RTI`s guiding passion is centered about making any size home theater or other electronic system simple and pleasant to use. The company’s design philosophy emphasizes an intuitive and enjoyable experience of its award-winning products, from its universal system controllers, to signal storage and processing devices, and PC programming software.

For additional information on RTI and its many innovative products please visit www.rticorp.com < http://www.rticorp.com/> .

# # #

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Advertisement

Our Reviews

Phono

Review By Maurice Jeffries New Heavyweight Contenders! My first encounter with DS Audio’s fascinating line of optical cartridges and matching phono energizers (the term...

Over-Ear Headphones

Portable USB DACs are a new category that can take well regarded headphones from Meze Audio and Audeze to the next level when listening...

Integrated Amps

At $7499, Yamaha's flagship stereo integrated amplifier for 2020 pays homage to the company's heritage. Check out part 1 of our review.

Over-Ear Headphones

First impressions of a portable headphone combo for audiophiles using the Clarus CODA USB DAC with the Audeze LCD-1 planar-magnetic over-ear headphones.

A/V Receivers

Denon's 2020 middle-of-the-line 9.2-channel home theater receiver superbly handles surround sound, while ushering in support for 8K TVs.

Digital Music Systems

In part 2 of our review we compare the Songbird hifi streamer with some affordable DACs and speakers.

You May Also Like

Articles

Build a complete audiophile-grade stereo system with Acoustic Energy AE1 Active Bookshelf Loudspeakers and the hi-fi components that sound best with it.

Phono

Review By Maurice Jeffries New Heavyweight Contenders! My first encounter with DS Audio’s fascinating line of optical cartridges and matching phono energizers (the term...

Headphones

Sony's 360 Reality Audio positions sound in a spherical space to evoke feelings of being in a music studio or live concert venue. It...

News

(January 12, 2021) Enjoy the Music.com and ecoustics are thrilled to announce our new content sharing partnership, expanding the reach of both online publications to a wider...

Advertisement

ecoustics is the unbiased resource for the latest technology news, coolest gadgets, and best consumer electronics. Plus get product reviews, roundups and deals from all over the web on everything electronic. Read more



Copyright © 1999-2021 ecoustics | Disclaimer: ecoustics may earn a commission when you buy through links on our site.