Now, with all-new PiXOS processing technology, Crestron’s DM NVX is said to be the only network AV solution that delivers a perfect image every time. Working with partners such as Intel and intoPIX, Crestron has focused on improving image quality so much so that the manufacturer now says users won’t be able to tell the difference between DM NVX video and a direct video feed. Like the previous generation, there’s no latency, and it supports more video formats than any other manufacturer.
“We have an unwavering commitment to make DM NVX the best network AV solution in every way,” said Fred Bargetzi, Crestron CTO. “This new generation is the culmination of an immense investment in both dollars and engineering man-hours.”
Crestron is also committed to growing the DM NVX product family. The new DM-NVX-E30 and D30 are encode or decode-only units that support HDMI connectivity and analogue audio, delivering additional flexibility for basic endpoints when only video and audio are needed. Additionally, all current DM NVX products can benefit from PiXOS processing with a simple free firmware upgrade.
More than just distribution of 4K60, 4:4:4, and HDR video, DM NVX is a complete, infinitely scalable solution. It also pushes audio, control and USB 2.0 through a single encoder/decoder, significantly reducing system costs and adding flexibility. DM NVX delivers all this over existing 1Gb infrastructure, eliminating the high cost and disruption of running new cabling.
DM NVX leverages 802.1x authentication, AES encryption, and Active Directory to provide enterprise-grade security at the product level. And with the DM NVX Director network appliance, users can configure and deploy a thousand DM NVX endpoints in the same time it used to take to configure just one AV device the traditional way.