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VidaBox RackClientv3 Blu-Ray and Media Extender Launched

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VidaBox have today launched a new rack mountable Blu-ray and Media Extender called the RackClientv3.

Here is how VidaBox describe it:

Rack-mountable extender for Blu-ray, DVD, pictures, music, video, & other digital media, with optional field-servicable drives

1080p HD & Up to 7.1 sound w. HDMI1.3 – perfect for centralized, rackmount professional installations. Archive all of your content on the
main server, and easily stream Blu-ray, DVD, music, videos, pictures & more!

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SPECIFICATIONS

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Here is the full press release:

Garden City Park, NY – August 11th – VidaBox, LLC, the leading manufacturer of media server and control systems, is launching the new RackClientv3™ – a high-performance Blu-ray media extender. Compatible with any VidaBox media center or server, it streams movies, music, photos, videos, & other online digital content over a single CAT cable, & plays it back in full, lossless 1080p HD on any TV or projector, complete with 7.1 surround sound via optional HDMI1.3 support.
“RackClientv3 is a great choice for any integrator looking for a multiroom AV distribution solution,” states Steven Cheung, President of VidaBox, LLC. “Complete with options for Blu-ray, HDMI1.3, & future 3D support, dealers and their clients never have to worry about replacing equipment to enjoy and keep up with the latest home theatre technologies, since our systems are fully upgradable at any time.”

Each of these 2U extenders support (1) unique AV stream, and multiple RackClientv3™ units can be stacked together to provide up to (10) or more fully independent feeds in a single installation. Media streams can be from content stored on a server, or play back from a disc. VidaBox extenders can also archive unencrypted discs back onto the main server.

“Best of all – the RackClientv3 will be fully compatible with our new iPad® controls through our new vAutomation 2.0 platform, debuting at the CEDIA Expo,” continues Cheung. “No other media server manufacturer provides such a complete line of comprehensive offerings. This makes VidaBox an excellent choice for integrators seeking a total AV distribution and control solution for both disc-based and streaming internet content.”

The RackClientv3™ is shipping and available now for all VidaBox dealers. For more details and specifications on the RackClientv3™, media centers, servers, extenders, and other VidaBox digital entertainment and control solutions, please visit the company website at http://www.vidabox.com, call +1-516-730-7500, or visit them at the upcoming CEDIA Expo in at booth 3670.

About VidaBox LLC

VidaBox LLC is a digital entertainment and controls solutions company focused on manufacturing premium media centers, audio servers, and integrated home control & automation solutions.  VidaBox is on a mission to create user-friendly, stable, high-performance Media Center systems that work right out of the box and integrate seamlessly with multizone audio and smart home technologies.  For more information, visit www.vidabox.com or call 1-516-730-7500.

You should also check out the RackClientV3 Features Tour.

You can learn more about the RackClientV3 and other Vidabox products from the Vidabox website.

I love the idea of having rack-mountable kit for my media entertainment!

Andrew Edney
Andrew Edneyhttps://moviesgamesandtechcom.wpcomstaging.com
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.

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