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Tell me about Aria room tech

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by skybank, Apr 19, 2014.

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  1. skybank

    skybank Low-Roller

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    Could someone please tell me about Aira's room tech? Specifically the music and smart phone connectivity.

    I see on their website that the flat screen has a music icon, is it like sirris/xm channels or is it more limited?

    Also I have a HTC One so can I stream music with pandora in the room with a cable or bluetooth?

    Thanks in advanced!
     
  2. The Equalizer

    The Equalizer Low-Roller

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    With a cable yes you can stream music from your HTC one I have the same phone and did just that about 3 weeks ago.
     
  3. dvandentop

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    Hate how unresponsive their pos tv remotes are.
     
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    VDMTom Low-Roller

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    This is so true lol
     
  5. Chuck2009x

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    Here's a pic of the Aria connectivity panel:
    http://blogs.ft.com/tech-blog/files/2010/01/controlpanel.jpg

    The music service is similar to what cable tv companies provide - different channels by genre.

    If you're using the connectivity panel, it may take a few tries to figure out which mode to put the TV in to play your input.

    And as others mentioned, the response to the remote can be a little laggy.
     
  6. skybank

    skybank Low-Roller

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    Thanks all!:beer:
     
  7. mdub

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    LOL...Yes. That sucked! I loved controlling the curtains and lights in addition to the tv and music though.
     
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    My thoughts about the Aria room technology is that it is very difficult to operate and seems more trouble that it is worth.
     
  9. dankyone

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    My thoughts about the Aria room technology is that it is very difficult to operate and seems more trouble than it is worth. If you spent the time to learn everything it is probably great but I never have.
     
  10. dvandentop

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    I just cant believe they installed such a slow unresponsive pos tv system in the room. The tv remote control had about a 3 second lag time after pressing a button. sometimes doesnt even move the guide up or down at all. I have stayed at aria about 6 times and each room had same issue.
     
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