With its 20 interchangeable analogue audio ports, AFM-20DSP is designed to let AV professionals get more functionality for less real estate
Kramer Electronics has today (Feb 5) unveiled what it’s calling the industry’s first ever 20-port audio matrix with DSP and interchangeable inputs and outputs at ISE 2019 in Amsterdam.
Available in Q2, AFM20DSP provides configuration flexibility and eliminates I/O limitations with its 20 interchangeable analogue audio ports, letting AV professionals get more functionality for less real estate.
AFM-20DSP also packs 8 AEC channels, auto feedback suppression, Dante support, built-in Hi-Z and Lo-Z 120W power amplification, and complete DSP functionality powered by Xilica – who has been a prominent name in the development of class-leading configurable DSP systems since its establishment in 2002. Not overlooking video requirements, AFM-20DSP provides HDMI™ embedding and de-embedding at 4K60 4:2:0. AFM20DSP even boasts both fixed and open architecture, enabling AV professionals to use predefined sound configurations or configure a system from scratch.
“When designing the AFM-20DSP, my top priority was to ensure that it would be easy to install and use”, said Yuval Kramer, Director of Audio at Kramer. “We decided to include various critical and unique capabilities into this one box to not only remove technical constraints but also to rule out interoperability issues. Our audio line continues to revolutionize the market and I’m certain that AFM-20DSP will become an industry benchmark in the coming years”, added Kramer.
AFM-20DSP can be integrated in existing AV installations but is ideal for the most demanding boardrooms, multipurpose spaces, auditoriums, sports bars, houses of worship, live events, broadcast facilities, and recording studios.