As the saying goes, there is beauty in simplicity. At Century Stereo, we believe this rings very true when it comes to all things home technology. Imagine your favorite movies, TV shows, songs, games and more in one spot – plus the potential for fewer cords and remotes. Yes, it’s possible!
Simply put, home media servers act as a one-stop-shop for all your digital media. We’re talking streamed TV shows, recoded movies, purchased DVD’s, and playlists from your iPod. Depending on the brand and product model, you can either store media you already own, utilize live TV, purchase new media, or all of the above.
Digital media servers store files with the highest audio and video quality available, and they’re easy to integrate them with existing A/V systems, including multi-room systems.
TiVo was one of the first major brands to embrace the concept of media servers, and they continue to offer a unique product that consumers love. TiVo technology lets you treat live TV like a personal DVD – pause, rewind, record, save, etc. It has integration capabilities with Netflix, Amazon Prime and more. TiVo is also known for offering more storage space than most other DVRs. (image courtesy of www.tivo.com)
Kaleidescape is also at the forefront of luxury media server technology. The Kaleidescape Alto focuses on movies. Choose from over 100 Blu-rays or 600 DVDs from the Kaleidescape store without having to worry about physical discs. The Premier Line feature players, servers and disc vaults. It’s designed to make your ultimate home theater a reality. Kaleidescape is also on display and running at the Century Stereo showroom for you to experiment with. Come in and try it out for yourself! (image courtesy of www.kaleidescape.com)
Like all the products we offer, our home media servers come with the Century Stereo one-year installation warranty. After installation, we’ll walk you through how to use your new system, plus any handy tips and tricks.
Take the next step in simplifying your home and life. Call us today or stop by our showroom to talk with a Century Stereo expert about home media server options.