Oh I agree Jim, other then the physical install of the Crestron products and other pieces, he would need a programmer to write the final end piece. It just sounded to me that he keeps adding on to the system (I think he’s got the bug) so in the long run Crestron is the way to go. IMHOwe use crown a lot also. They r very solid. I was saying crestron wasn’t the best idea for the above setup cause he isn’t going to completely blanket his home with crestron. You can accomplish the same with other stuff bit like I said if it’s going to grow it makes good sense.
He won’t be able to diy crestron either which it sounded like he was going to.
We we have used grand concertos on many commercial restaurants. They work well for settings like that. But again hey r a audio company vs automation company.
I was showing how powerful the new keypads can be for diy people. It was a nice suprise with their new line.
Grand Concertos sound fantastic in a closed environment, but I’m not a fan of them in open air spaces because to me they tend to sound “hollow”.