TheaterStation Helps to Manage Digital Media

Posted by at 1:17 pm on September 9, 2009

Envive has announced availability of the TheaterStation Multi-Zone Digital Media Management System, a revolutionary product that enables you to access your entire digital library anywhere in your home at the touch of a button. The TheaterStation Digital Media Management System expands Envive’s product line to enable centralized storage of all your digital content while enabling multi-zone access and enjoyment of the entire library. Envive Digital Media Management System enables users to easily transfer, store, sort, and enjoy music, home movies, films, and videos that they have created, or purchased and downloaded from the internet. Today, Envive is introducing the TSClient Mini and both 1U and 2U rack mount network storage solutions for TheaterStation.

The TheaterStation Digital Media Management System uses a central networked storage unit, capable of up to 14TB of storage, to hold consumers’ digital content with RAID protection. Storage is available in rack mount units, for larger installations, or quiet small tower units for cost sensitive applications. “Consumers have an ever increasing library of digital content of music, videos, home movies, and films that they purchase and download. TheaterStation is designed to be an easy to use, affordable, stable, and expandable system which enables customers to store, sort, and enjoy this library,” said Chris Bortner, CEO of Envive. Envive’s complete TheaterStation product line makes it the ideal choice for single-zone media installations and multi-zone media installations.

The TheaterStation Digital Media Management System can be expanded by adding hard drives for additional storage and by adding client units to enjoy media in other rooms of the home. The TheaterStation Digital Media Management System enables the user to retrieve, create, or capture cover art and metadata for all of the media in their library ¹.

Envive has also announed at CEDIA new software features that help users get their digital library into the TheaterStation Digital Media Management System by using PC, MAC, and Linux based tools to drag and drop their digital files onto the central network storage device. TheaterStation supports the importing of non-DRM protected audio files from popular download services, and numerous video file formats including AVI, MPEG2, MPEG4, WMV, DVD ISO, H.264, and VC1. It has never been easier to import, organize, and enjoy digital media through a graphical user interface than with TheaterStation.

The TheaterStation User Interface is designed to enable the enthusiast to make the most of their investment in their entire digital media library. “By providing easy ways to store, sort, and access digital media we have found that customers get more enjoyment out of their home theater, home movies, music, and their entire digital library,” said John Boyd, TheaterStation National Sales Manager for Envive. “Customers can easily see their entire library ¹ in our graphical Spin interface and spend more time enjoying their library than trying to find something they want”.

Pricing & Availability

The TheaterStation Digital Media Management System is available immediately. The TSClient Mini has a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $1,995 in the United States, and includes a standard one-year limited warranty. The rack mount centralized raided network storage solutions are available immediately and can hold 4TB of media, have a manufacturer’s suggested retail price starting at $5,995 in the United States, and include a three-year limited warranty. The TS4T-4TB is a tower based centralized networked storage solution that holds 4TB, has a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $3,995 in the United States, and includes a standard one-year limited warranty

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