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  1. Introducing Haibrain - the new name for Marmitek's X10 home automation & security portfolio
    Marmitek have announced the transition of their X10 home automation and security portfolio to a newly founded company called Haibrain. As a next step in this transition process, all Marmitek X10 home automation and security products will now be re-branded under the HaibrainĀ® brand name.Learn More
  2. New Systemline E200 bundles
    Systemline have announced two new bundles based on their popular E200 sound system. The bundles both include a pair of Q-Acoustics Qi65CB in-ceiling speakers, with one bundle including an iPod dock and the other including a QED uPlay Plus Bluetooth receiver for easy connectivity to Bluetooth-enabled source equipment.Learn More
  3. New product: Marmitek MegaView 121
    Marmitek have announced the launch of the Marmitek MegaView 121 HDMI over cat-5e/6 set.Learn More
  4. Marmitek introduce new video baby monitor
    Due to popular demand, Marmitek have added a product to their "Observeā€ category for a very specific audience - parents. Their new baby monitor is fully equipped with valuable features, and comes at a great price. Learn More
  5. New product: Marmitek Boom Boom 250
    Marmitek have announced the launch of the Marmitek BoomBoom 250 bluetooth speaker.Learn More



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  1. Control audio-visual devices which are in a closed cabinet when you CAN easily point your remote controls at the cabinet
    You've got a smart AV cabinet for your Sky or Virgin box, DVD player, home cinema amplifier and games console. The result is neat and tidy, but now you have to have the cabinet doors open just so that you can change channels. Sound familiar?Learn More
  1. Control audio-visual devices which are in a closed cabinet when you CANNOT easily point your remote controls at the cabinet
    You've got your Sky or Virgin box, DVD player, home cinema amplifier and games console in an AV cabinet, but the cabinet is tucked away out of sight. Suddenly changing channels or pausing the DVD is a problem. Not any more!Learn More
  1. An introduction to X10 home automation & control
    The existing electrical wiring in your home provides a network of cables which originate from one common point (your electricity meter) and terminate at convenient locations (switches, sockets and light fittings) throughout your entire home. The X10 system uses this existing wiring to send signals throughout the home which can then be used to turn lights and other electrical appliances on or off, and dim lights up or down. Using X10 you can construct a home automation and control system that is tailored to your specific needs, without having to install new wiring.Learn More
  1. Control audio-visual devices with a smart phone or tablet
    Many audio-visual devices not have their own control apps which you can download to your smartphone or tablet, but they all have a different look & feel, and it can be a bit of a pain switching between apps if you're using a number of devices in a short period of time. You are also left with the problem of how to control devices that don't have their own app.Learn More



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