NAD Electronics Delivers a Host of Chassis Driver Enhancements for Crestron PYNG OS2 and Control4 in Time for CEDIA Expo 2018

CEDIA EXPO, SAN DIEGO, CA, SEPTEMBER 5, 2018 – NAD Electronics, a leading premium audio electronics brand fully owned by Lenbrook International, today announced new and updated chassis drivers across a wide range of its devices. Available for download from the brand’s website, the new chassis drivers offer custom installers greater control and flexibility over NAD Electronics’ hardware through popular home control systems.

Crestron PYNG OS2
NAD Electronics is pleased to announce corresponding Crestron PYNG OS2 compatible chassis drivers for its line of award-winning AVRs. New chassis drivers supporting PYNG OS2 are now available for NAD Electronics’ T 758 V3, T 777 V3, and NAD Masters Series M17 V2.

“Crestron’s PYNG OS2 will feature rich media streaming capabilities so it makes sense for our line of AVRs to be the first of our products to receive the chassis driver integrations,” commented Joe de Jesus, Custom Install Product Manager for NAD.

With Control4 certified hardware on the market since 2015 for the AVRs and integrated amplifiers in NAD’s Classic and Custom Install ranges, Control4 drivers are now available for the company’s prestigious NAD Masters range of products, including the M12 DirectDigital Pre-amplifier, M32 DirectDigital Integrated Amplifier, and M17 V2 Surround Sound Pre-amp Processor. The universal AVR driver and the universal integrated amplifier driver for the Classic and Custom Install range are also receiving some fine tuning to improve control and ease of use.

“Our Masters products are popular for installers with discerning clients,” added de Jesus. “Adding Control4 drivers for these products was important to ensure installers have a broad choice of premium devices for their distributed audio projects.”

Demonstrations at CEDIA Expo
Attendees at the 2018 CEDIA Expo will have the opportunity to experience and preview the new chassis drivers at booth #5435.