Lutron's smart home syncs with Sonos whole-home audio
Hey we're here at the CEDIA tech expo.
It's a big audio visual tech showcase.
We're checking out what's new from Lutron, kind of a premier brand for smart home lighting and shade control.
One of the really cool new things from Lutron this year is that in addition to controlling your lights and your shade, you can also integrate [UNKNOWN] music into your smart home scene, and then couple that with commands for Amazon Echo.
So if I say Alexa, turn on party.
You can see the lights come on, the shades go down.
And we all get Rickrolled.
You'll be able to control that music with the new [UNKNOWN] remote, that'll join the [UNKNOWN] for shades and lighting control.
All of that works with Alexa and works with a larger [UNKNOWN] setup.
So we'll be trying to test it out in the CNet smart home.
For more coverage here at [UNKNOWN] along with all the latest smart home gadgets, check out our coverage at CNET.
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