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Need software for SpeakerCraft 6-Zone, 6-Source Controller for Whole-House Audio System. My local authorized dealer - installer went out of business in middle of install.

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Hi qazx

This system is proprietary stuff, and is serviced and installed through a dealer network only. The software actually comes with the product, so if you didn't get a copy with the equipment, I am sure that the manufacturers will oblige you. Another approach is to get another agent on the go, or at least if you tell SpeakerCraft what has happened, they should be sympathetic and supply you a disc of the software. Goodluck, let me know how you get on.

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robotek


Posted on Jul 17, 2008

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