|Whole-Home DVR - DigitalDeck Entertainment Network|
|Home Theater News Home Theater/Media Center PCs News|
|Written by AVRev.com|
|Friday, 04 February 2005|
DigitalDeck has developed and is marketing an end-to-end platform for aggregating and managing entertainment content in the home. The result is the DigitalDeck Entertainment Network (DDEN) – an integrated audio-visual system which gives consumers access to audio and visual entertainment from anywhere in the house.
The DigitalDeck Entertainment Network consists of an entertainment center – the DigitalDeck MX1000 and supporting eDeck components – that combine to make the home into an audio-video network. The DDEN combines and integrates entertainment devices such as a media server/receiver, whole-home DVR, AV distribution, control systems, etc.
The DDEN is designed to be a unfied, user-friendly system with a simple and elegant TV-based electronic program guide that gives consumers access to their home theater system – cable and satellite boxes, DVD players, VCR, PC media, whole-home DVR – no matter where the devices are physically located in the house. The system distributes audio and video content from any source to any TV within the home and allows users to control all functions via a single remote.
Designed with flexibility in mind, DDEN is easy to install and use, according to DigitalDeck. DDEN also integrates with new and “legacy” consumer electronics, so old equipment can be preserved.
DigitalDeck is currently available at custom installer partners including SmartHome
For more information, please visit http://www.digitaldeck.com