Source, By: Sean Killebrew, September 30, 2013.

In the realm of home automation, Crestron is well established as the leader in the space, with a brand name that well-heeled consumers associate with Sub-zero, Wolf, Miele and the like. In the past few years, Crestron has been making progress in expanding its business beyond the world of touchscreens, control systems, shades and lighting control and into products like media servers and now home theater components. The subject of this review is Crestron's PSPHD processor, which retails for $11,000 and is part of the PROCISE product line.
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I don't know about you guy's but, I could never see myself spending that much on a processor, regardless of how much money I had.