Crestron will show new features for its DM NVX AV-over-IP platform at ISE 2020

The DM NVX Crestron solution will be showcased at ISE 2020

Crestron will unveil the latest enhancements to its DM NVX® AV-over-IP solution at ISE 2020: native support for the AES67 audio-over-IP standard and “ultra-fast, no-glitch” switching. The new functionality will be available for existing DM NVX products via a free firmware upgrade.

With support for AES67, DM NVX endpoints can send audio from a video source to mixers, DSPs, and amplifiers, as well as receive signals from mixers, DSPs, and microphones that support the AES67 standard. In addition, the new switching improvement delivers virtually “imperceptible” switching from one network stream to another. 

“We have a steadfast commitment to continuously evolving the DM NVX platform to be the best in every way,” said Josh Stene, VP of Marketing at Crestron. “Last year, we brought exclusive Pixel Perfect Processing technology to DM NVX to deliver image quality as good as the source, and over a standard 1 gigabit network – no need for all the expense and disruption of installing a new 10 gigabit network. This year, we’ve taken audio support and switching speed to an entirely new level. Even better news, these capabilities will be implemented across the entire product line.”

Also debuting at ISE 2020 is the NX2 Series, a range of DM NVX USB-over-IP endpoint extenders in a wall plate form factor. They provide routing and extension of USB 2.0 signals across the network between NX2 devices and are interoperable with DM NVX products. It is compatible with USB 2.0 peripherals such as keyboard, video, mouse, webcams, microphones, or mass storage.

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