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Qsonix delivers 17-inch TS17 touchscreen for Q110 music management system

Darren Murph
04.08.08
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For those spending upwards of $6,000 on a sophisticated Q110 music management system, having an expansive 17-inch touch panel to control things is a practical necessity. The new TS17 controller can be wall-mounted or used on a tabletop in order to delve deep within your music library and come as close as you'll ever be to being a conductor. Additionally, Qsonix is introducing the v2.42 software, which enables users to burn CDs while playing back and adds client support for DirectWay and satellite-based internet service providers, the ability to import music from external USB drives and Ready-to-Play CD conversion service. No word on a price for the TS17, but current Q110 owners can snatch the update gratis right now.

[Via Electronic House]

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