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Extron flexes its processing muscles

Extron flexes its processing muscles
DMP 128 FlexPlus

Extron flexes its processing muscles

The DMP 128 FlexPlus allows users to connect and route multiple source signal types

The DMP 128 FlexPlus series of compact Dante digital matrix processors from Extron offers 12 ‘FlexInput’ channels with full DSP, as well as AEC and Dante connectivity, all in a half-rack unit.

An extensive mix matrix, USB audio interface and analogue compatibility are all features of the DMP 128 FlexPlus. The unit allows users to connect and route multiple source signal types to accommodate a diverse range of analogue and digital system requirements. It features an ACP bus for audio control panels, an expansion port for bidirectional digital audio connection with a DTP CrossPoint or another DMP, eight audio file players and configurable macros.

The DMP 128 FlexPlus is intended for use in collaboration spaces and large conference rooms. For collaboration, the DMP 128 FlexPlus V model includes up to eight VoIP lines.

The manufacturer also states that the DMP 128 FlexPlus is well suited to applications using Dante ceiling microphone arrays and other Dante‑enabled devices. With network connectivity for up to 48 Dante sources and 24 Dante destinations, the unit includes a built‑in, two‑port Gigabit switch.

The HC 402 series
The HC 402 series

Extron has also released its HC 402 series of meeting space collaboration systems. These combine video switching, scaling, signal extension and system control into a single-gang wall plate transmitter, paired with a receiver. They provide signal extension for audio, video and power up to 70m over a shielded CATx cable.

Finally, the IN1806 and IN1808 series presentation switchers have been developed to offer 18Gbps support and 4K/60 at 4:4:4 video scaling. They feature Extron’s exclusive Vector 4K scaling engine with 30-bit internal video processing and the manufacturer’s ProDSP audio processing capabilities, video transition effects and logo keying functionality.



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Extron makes a switch

28 Oct 2019

Extron Control Professional

19 – 21 Aug 2019, 09.00 – 17.00

South Africa

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