Enclave Audio’s CineSync Program Makes CineHome System Setup More Accessible

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(December 9, 2020) Enclave Audio has launched a new initiative to make setup of its CineHub-based wireless surround sound systems easier and more intuitive. Rather than moving tasks to an app-based environment on a smartphone or tablet, Enclave has removed those devices from the equation by transferring operations directly to a system's display. This allows owners to navigate setup options using a remote control, a tool familiar to nearly everyone.

“This program not only makes initial setup faster and convenient,” explains Rob Jones, CTO for Enclave Audio. “It provides the most intuitive and natural way for consumers to adjust their settings during day-to-day use.”

Using an on-screen menu, CineHome II and CineHome PRO systems connected to AndroidTV, Apple tvOS, Amazon Fire, and Roku TV Ready platforms can be setup, calibrated, and controlled via remote control. Adding to the ease of installation is a single cable plug-and-play connection experience that can also be achieved using Bluetooth connectivity with some products.

CineSync compatible TVs include Android TV models from Sony, Hisense, TCL, Skyworth, Sharp, and Phillips, along with Amazon Fire TV Edition models and US-based Roku TVs. Projector and laser TV models can be found from manufacturers such as Epson, Optoma, Hisense, Nebula, Fengmi, Xgimi, and Vava. On the streaming device front, CineSync compatibility can be enjoyed with Apple TV, AT&T TV, Google Chromecast with Google TV, Amazon Fire Cube, Amazon Fire Stick, Nvidia Shield, TiVo Stream 4K, T-Mobile TVision, Verizon Stream TV, and Xiaomi Mi products.

For more information on Enclave Audio CineSync, visit Enclave Audio on the net.
 

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