Thiel’s zet distributed system offers something that few others can claim: A truly user-friendly setup and installation process. The company just introduced its latest flavor of the system, which is an HDMI-compatible version that plays host to eight HDMI inputs and two HDMI outputs. But the buzz around this one is focused on its setup. Thiel boldly claims that even the most inexperienced user can set up this system in less than an hour.
The zet’s quickness and ease of setup results from the system’s unique Ethernet system. The zet dB1 distribution processor connects with zet self-powered speakers through your existing home Ethernet, its own lossless proprietary wireless network, or a combination of the two. It also includes an intuitive remote that you can point at any zet speaker and get immediate results (with the optional IR accessory).