AMX supercharges DGX and Enova lines at ISE 2015, debuts faster processors, 4K and advanced audio support

posted on Wednesday, 11th February 2015 by David Slater

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AMX has introduced a raft of performance updates for its DGX Digital Media Switchers and Enova switchers at ISE 2015. With the 100 Series, the brand brings 4K video and advanced audio support to the Enova DGX (pictured below). Designed to link multiple collaboration spaces and extend AV and control to anywhere in a building or campus, the series comprises four models: the DGX 800 (8x8), DGX 1600 (16x16), DGX 3200 (32x32) and DGX 6400 (64x64). Aside from the board capacity, each model is practically identical.

“Only the new DGX 100s feature independent routing of audio and video signals in every model,” explains Robert Noble, AMX Chief Technology Officer. In addition to audio breakaway/switching, the new audio boards provide advanced audio processing and configuration capabilities such as a 10-band parametric EQ per output. The products begin shipping in the US Q2, and elsewhere toward the end of the year.

AMX has also added NetLinx NX security to its Enova DVX All-In-One Presentation Switcher range (pictured above). Incoming models now include IPv6 and wired 802.1x security support as well as dual NIC functionality to isolate IP-controlled AV devices from the network, effectively reducing the number of IP addresses required for AV implementations. All additions include a sprightly1600 MIPS processor.

Integrators can tell the new introductions from earlier iterations by their model number; the new models have updated model names that replace the second digit “1” with a “2”. For example, the Enova DVX-2110HD becomes the Enova DVX-2210HD. Using AMX Resource Management Suite (RMS) Enterprise software, the new switchers can be used to centrally control and manage all AV devices in an AMX installation, whether on premise or from the cloud. All DVX models can be immediately configured using the AMX Rapid Project Maker (RPM) configuration resource.

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Finally, AMX has previewed new additions to its Massio family of meeting room user interfaces. Available in 6-button and 8-button models, in both black and white, the Keypads can be used as room support keypads for the new Massio ControlPads, or used alone as user interfaces in any AMX NetLinx-controlled installation.

The Keypads feature the same button layout as the Massio ControlPads, with a rotary control knob on the 8-button version (pictured) and LED feedback for adjusting volume, dimming lighting and other control aspects. They also utilise Power over Ethernet (PoE) for simplified installation. Out of the box, they also support AMX Rapid Project Maker (RPM) cloud-based configurability. The keypads begin shipping in the US and select markets in March 2015, with a global rollout in June.

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David Slater

David Slater started his writing career with SVI writing a popular column, he has also guested on publications like Home Cinema Choice and
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