Based upon the Android operating system and with a range of in-house technologies situated within, Derby’s Entotem has big plans for its Plato entertainment system, as Paul Rigby discovered
Entotem Ltd was founded in 2013 by four entrepreneurs looking to design and develop a multimedia home entertainment system, which integrates both high resolution audio amplification and high definition video. I recently paid them a visit to find out more about the company and the hardware. Actually, I completed this visit earlier in the year but the development of my new website delayed its publication, so I want to hurriedly apologise to Entotem for the delay. This visitation is different from the older visits published on The Audiophile Man because it is based, primarily, on audio which is easier to use and access and, with the removal of a humungous amount of text, prevents eye strain!
Hence, the visit is separated into a host of sound files, each themed accordingly with a brief introductory piece of text plus a range of images taken during the visit.
Dave Belcher (Development Director), supported by Ian Grostate (Commercial Director), describe the Plato in detail: what it can do and its technical specifications.
Ian Grostate and Dave Belcher talk about Entotem’s Red Dot Recording a new and intriguing service that they hope to take nationwide, after testing locally.
Another chat with Ian Grostate and Dave Belcher. This time they talk about the various types of Plato variants in existence, prices and technologies featured plus the latest components and their capabilities.
I was privileged to obtain time with the company’s Managing Director, Martin Boddy. Here, Boddy talks about Entotem: where it came from and where it’s going.