Monster Central Control System AVL300 Review

Posted: Dec 15 2006, 5:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:34am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 
Monster Central Control System AVL300 Review
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Amazon.com labels the Monster Central Control System AVL300 as "Really Cool Stuff". Remote Shoppe just published a detailed review of this literally monster remote control.

Quote from the review:
"One of the biggest advantages the Monster AVL300 has over any remote in this price range available direct to the consumer – the ability to create a multi-room, whole-house control system from an easy to use programming interface. As you’ll se in the rest of this review, I quickly configured a system with two AVL300 and multiple lighting modules to control equipment in the opposite corners of my modest 2,500 sq ft home. "
Read the full review.
The Monster Central Control System AVL300 sells for $549.99 on Amazon.com.
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