Autonomic’s Mirage Music Players are the first third party entertainment device to offer Crestron Pyng compatibility.

Crestron has typically limited Pyng to its own devices, but it seems that the company has finally decided to branch out to others to help adoption.

“Autonomic and Crestron have collaborated extensively, maximising our products interoperability in order to provide the features, functionality and superb sound quality that differentiates this cooperative solution from ordinary consumer-oriented music boxes,” states Autonomic CEO Michael de Nigris.

The newest 5.2 software version from Autonomic enables Crestron Pyng to automatically discover and configure the Mirage Music Player without the need for any programming.

Autonomic has added yet more features in the 5.2 software update, with enhancements to the Crestron Smart Graphics module based on feedback from dealers.

Changes include easier programming of Smart Graphic touch screens and remote controls, which is said to reduce programming time, along with the capability to play/pause music as well as view the current state of all Mirage Music Players from the Smart Graphics interface.

Smart Graphics users should now have easier access to the Autonomic exclusive TuneBridge feature as well as the ability to browse within a queue.

Integrators will also have precise control over which streaming services are accessible from each Smart Graphics touch screen within the home.

The upgrade to Pyng compatibility and new Smart Graphics features are available for all Mirage Music Players via the Autonomic Dealer Zone or assistance from Autonomic technical support.

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