AMX expands Enova media switcher range4 January 2012
The manufacturer says it believes that an unprecedented level of control capability can be realised around core AMX technology, and at the heart of this approach is the company’s newly expanded Enova range.
Additions to the Enova family include the Enova DGX 16 and 32 digital media switchers, which the manufacturer says are the industry’s first modular digital media switchers with a built-in central controller.
AMX says its DGX 16 and 32 models are designed to cope with copy protection issues, centrally manage connected devices, and overcome many of the challenges facing integrators today.
Both models manage and distribute analogue and digital audio and video including HDMI with HDCP (HDMI/HDCP) control and Ethernet without any of the typical problems associated with HDCP authenticated content distribution and switching, says the manufacturer.
The Enova DGX 16 is described as ideal for commercial or residential installations requiring the highest quality video to be shared between 16 local or remote AV sources and destinations. The 4RU form factor allows for installation in locations where space is limited and included redundant power supplies provide for constant uptime for mission critical applications, adds AMX.
Also new is the Enova DVX-3150HD; an all-in-one controller, AV switcher, scaler, analogue to digital signal converter, twisted pair transmitter and amplifier with built-in professional grade audio processing.
AMX says the DVX-3150HD is the only all-in-one presentation switcher that seamlessly handles both analogue and digital AV – making HDCP as easy to work with as analogue – and delivers perfect video and audio, in a single 3U box. Designed to meet the needs of conference rooms, classrooms and auditoriums, the manufacturer claims that the DVX-3150HD is poised to change the future of AV room solutions.