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REI unveils HDMI audio/video system

Posted on May 27, 2014

Radio Engineering Industries (REI) introduced a new HDMI audio/video system, which provides a theater-like experience for those traveling on a new motorcoach.

To meet its customers’ request, REI developed a full HDMI system providing audio/video from REI’s user-friendly control panel. The HDMI integration allows high definition content to be accessed through a variety of multimedia platforms.

“We are extremely proud to be the first to market with an HDMI system that broadcasts HD content from any HD device with HDMI output,” says Scott Hays, REI president. “We pride ourselves in offering the premium audio/video system to our operators so they can provide the highest quality entertainment and educational content to their passengers.”

REI provides the new HDMI solution at the time of manufacture for new coach sales on select makes and models. REI offers a variety of HD monitors, sub woofers, tweeters, mid-range speakers and control options to customize your coach entertainment experience.

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