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Colorado vNet ships Vibe Video System for media management

Darren Murph
December 5, 2008
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If you've been turned off on home automation due to prohibitive startup costs, you aren't alone. And we'll be the first to admit that Colorado vNet's newest shipping solution isn't dirt cheap, though the functionality is sure nice for those that can swing it. The Vibe Video System works to store a homeowner's movies, music and photo collections on a server for instant access from any connected TV in the home. The system itself will only be offered through company-approved dealers, though it is noted that support for Dolby TrueHD / DTS-HD Master Audio and Blu-ray is included. Prospective buyers have a few choices when it comes to servers, players and network servers, with each ranging from $2,199 to $7,999. Check the read link below if you aren't immediately turned off by such figures.

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