Home Network vs Corporate/Univ. Network

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    Sam R.

    I would also recommend looking at the Bluesound Professional product line if you are looking to add Bluesound to a more commercial or enterprise environment.

    Regards,
    Sam R.

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    GoGo Delicious

    Hi Dave,

    I am working on a commercial setup right now. For background I am the owner of a commercial CI that specializes in Crestron systems. Currently in this setup EVEYRTHING is centralized in a rack in the clients IT department. We are using a Creston Pro3 for control, Crestron SWAP 24x8 for the audio distribution, Bluesound Vault 2i, Bluesound NODE 2i and Bluesound B400s. For security and per our recommendation, the entire system is on ethernet NO Wi-Fi.

    For control we are using Crestron TP's in each zone so that the person in the zone, they call them the zone managers, can change/select audio. We have integrate Crestron's Media Player with Bluesound and in a few weeks we will be implementing ROON Nucleus+.

    All the Crestron & Audio gear runs on a private network outside the main campus network so the system is isolated.

    Hope that helps a bit. Any questions let me know.

    James

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    Dave Klein

    Thanks for the advice. I picked up one speaker and will test out with our network. If I run up against issues I will look into Bluesound Professional and perhaps have an installer. Our job is so small and the cost is so high due to our remote location that I try to do things myself when possible. Again ,thanks.

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