AudioControl Zone Amplifier Bijou 600 & Rialto 600 Crestron Home™ Driver


The Bijou 600 and Rialto 600 driver communicates with the AudioControl zone amplifier via serial RS232.  Sources can be assigned to the 3 inputs available; Input 1 – Digital, Input 2 – Digital, and input 3 – Analog.

The Crestron Home™ (CH) framework will automatically turn on/off the zone amplifier and switch the sources upon request based on the assignment configuration.

Please make sure to read below the full description of the driver before purchasing.


This driver comes with a 2-hour trial license.

Note: Due to the nature of this product, any and all sales are final, and NO refund will be issued. It is highly recommended and encouraged to use the built-in trial license to test the driver with your hardware setup before purchasing a full license. The trial period is 2 hours and can be extended another 2 hours by rebooting the processor.

Before calling, review the Driver help file and FAQ section for the Driver as our support is limited to questions about configuration and setup only. Any hardware configuration mentioned in the driver manual are the responsibility of the integrator. If you have hardware-related questions, such as wiring or addressing, we advise reaching out directly to the manufacturer for assistance. Additional support, beyond driver configuration, requires the purchase of service hours before guidance will be provided.

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AVSwitcher Bijou600 & Rialto 600 Driver Manual

  • What preparation do I need to do before installing the driver?

    It is recommended that you save a configuration or golden configuration before installing any driver.

  • How can I send one physical input to many devices (driver) inputs?

    Crestron Home manages input loop-outs using virtual adapters. The adapters are placed in the Crestron Home configuration as a hub between the source and the devices. The physical source is landed on the adapter’s input, and the adapter outputs are landed on the device's input as needed. The most commonly used adapters are the Universal A/V Adapter and the Uncontrolled Generic A/V DA. They are shown under the "Other" category below "Drivers".

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