THE LATEST FROM CRESTRON
Crestron debuted a number of new products at InfoComm, including two new DMPS3-4K Series models designed to be the perfect solution for single-display applications in small meeting rooms. The DMPS3-4K-50 is ideal for connecting local sources to a local display, while the DMPS3-4K-100-C is designed to connect local sources to an extended display. The DMPS3-4K-150-C is ideal for connecting remote sources to an extended display. All three models feature Crestron’s new .AV Framework technology including auto-switching, plug-and-play installation with Crestron Connect It cable caddies, automatic display on/off via CEC, and intelligent connectivity with the Crestron AirMedia presentation gateway for wireless BYOD capability.
Crestron also released a new low-cost HDMI switcher and extended pair that fills the need for a simple, reliable presentation solutions for meeting rooms and classrooms. The HD Scaling Auto-Switcher & Extender has all the features system integrators want, at an accessible price. The HD-MD-400-C-E packs HDBaseT extension, a scaler for optimal image display for HD resolutions up to 2K, automatic switching, automatic display on/off via CEC, and Ethernet connectivity, all in a pair of compact, easy to deploy devices.
In the audio world, Crestron introduced new products that simplify audio in conference rooms, lecture halls, sports and entertainment venues, courtrooms, and other spaces. The line of Avia DSP processors features a new programming tool and a selection of Dante-enabled amplifiers. Beside the five Avia DSP models, Crestron’s offerings include a companion line of network-controlled and monitored amplifiers, as well as a line of modular utility amplifiers that allow integrators to mix and match capabilities in less than 1U of rack space. Rounding out the new products are the latest updates to the Saros line of speakers including a new Saros sound bar for commercial applications.