KRONACH, Germany (AVING) -- <Visual News> Loewe AG, Germany, announced of the release of the Mediacenter on Mar. 2. 2010.
The Mediacenter plays CDs and DVDs and can also receive radio via antenna, cable and satellite or from the Internet. Digital music files on hard drives or within your own network can also be accessed, as can those from iPods or iPhones. Within the system network, it is of course also possible to control the external BluRay Player via the Mediacenter – with just the touch of a button on the Assist Media remote control. And all of this is enclosed in minimalistic housing made from brushed aluminium and glass.
The display and operation of the Mediacenter itself are consistently focused on what really matters. The Mediacenter is connected directly to the TV set and uses the TV screen to display all music sources on an intuitive, clear interface. The cover art of your personal music or DVD collection is displayed in high definition by means of automatic update via the Internet. Browsing through your own collection or searching for specific titles is child's play with the help of the remote control. All audio sources can also be streamed to secondary rooms, where the Mediacenter can be conveniently operated by means of the elegant Loewe Assist Media remote control. It displays the music tracks, rooms and even the cover art of the selected CDs on the OLED display. The Mediacenter can be used with any TV which has an HDMI connection, and is therefore not only restricted to the Loewe system range. Compatible products from other suppliers can also be used in secondary rooms. This renders the Mediacenter one of the most accessible multiroom systems on the market.