Crestron Expands its DMPS Family with Two New Models
Crestron have announced 2 new models in their “DigitalMedia Presentation System” line of AV matrix switches. The DMPS-300-C and DMPS-200-C models are available now and the 100-C model will ship next week.
DMPS is now available in three versatile models, including the DMPS-100-C: 4×1 matrix switching, ideal for smaller single-display environments, DMPS-200-C: 6×2 matrix switching, perfect for dual projector applications, and DMPS-300-C: 7×4 matrix switching, for larger multi-display spaces and divisible rooms.
DigitalMedia Presentation Systems provide everything needed to equip any room with the highest quality high-definition presentation experience available. Delivering all-in-one presentation, control, audio and video signal routing, DMPS-300-C integrates the control processor, multimedia matrix switcher, audio DSP, amplifier, and mic mixer with revolutionary DigitalMedia single-wire transport technology.
Upgrading any classroom, boardroom or lecture hall to true HD digital is easy and hassle-free. Simply swap out an existing MPS or replace an entire rack of equipment and use the existing CAT5e wiring.
“The latest additions to the DMPS range can handle full digital sources and virtually any combination of HDMI, RGB, SPDIF, analogue audio and analogue video sources,” says Robin van Meeuwen, VP of Sales and Marketing at Crestron International. “Auto-detection and switching eliminates the need to configure the sources, so installers can simply plug in the inputs and the DMPS units will select the right audio and video combinations.”
“The DMPS-300-C seamlessly combines our previous MPS technology with our cutting-edge DigitalMedia solutions,” adds Robin. “With the new models, we are offering the same amazing capabilities and benefits for end-users and installers, but for smaller applications. Now we have a solution for any environment and need.”
The DMPS range immediately brings any presentation room into the digital age. DMPS units take in every source signal, then processes, mixes and amplifies the audio and transmits it all, flawlessly, over a single wire.