During IC20 Kramer will discuss new innovations in audio technology and showcase its new audio management solution, which is part of Kramer’s XSPerience family
Kramer Electronics will showcase how its latest end-to-end products, blended with cutting-edge cloud technologies, will help to combat new audiovisual challenges during InfoComm 2020 Connected from June 16 – 18.
The company’s Director of Audio, Yuval Kramer, joins the lineup of speakers on Wednesday June 17 to discuss Kramer’s new innovations in audio technology. Speaking during the New Tech Lightning Round: Audio session, Yuval will reveal Kramer’s new DSP-62-AEC audio management solution; part of the Kramer XSPerience family.
“I’m honored to be a part of InfoComm 2020 Connected both from a speaker and exhibitor perspective. 2020 has been a testing time for many businesses, but to have InfoComm’s support to keep the industry in touch with new product releases and educational content is a huge testament to the future of AV,” said Yuval Kramer, director of audio. “For Kramer, the pandemic has highlighted how our solutions can support businesses moving forward, balancing on-site and remote management – it’s exciting to showcase this in a new format.”
The new solution brings simplicity and ease to installers, end users and IT managers looking to implement professional audio across a range of meeting spaces from a singular location. Designed specifically for meetings of two to four people, the DSP-62-AEC plug-and-play mini-audio solution can route and mix any audio source. It features auto-switching HDMI, class Compliant USB and AEC, and has the ability to have 6 inputs, including up to 4 microphones and a stereo output in a single installation. Participants are kept well connected and consultants can design different systems on the same DSP software. DSP-62-AEC also includes Kramer Maestro room automation technology and auto-switching features, which not only minimize user errors and IT support calls, but eliminate the need to actually touch the device, and therefore comply with COVID-19 social distancing norms.
InfoComm 2020 Connected replaces the live show which was due to take place in Las Vegas, as a virtual audiovisual and integrated event experience.
In addition, Kramer will be showcasing products from its extensive portfolio, including its VP-551X scaler/switcher for 4K@60 (4:4:4) HDMI, VGA and composite video signals and VS-34FD, a 34-port modular 8K multi format digital matrix switcher with interchangeable inputs & outputs, which are both recently available to the US market.
InfoComm 2020 Connected runs online from June 16 – 18, with Yuval Kramer speaking at 11am on Wednesday 17 at 11 am. Registration is free via the link.