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AVPro Edge brings the Swiss Army Knife of Matrix Switchers to CEDIA Expo 2019

Bend Me, Shape Me, Any Way You Want It

As part of our coverage of CEDIA Expo 2019, Rich Fregosa is joined by Director of Marketing for AVPro Edge Tom Devine talking about the 16 by 16 matrix switch in their booth.

The AC-MX1616-AUHD-HDBT-AVDM switcher is a 16 input/output Matrix switch built to handle and distribute 4K video signals. It can also distribute to 1080p through a built-in downscaler, made to assist integrators in the installation process. The switcher is modular, allowing for multiple variations of input and output. It features fiber optic, HDMI and HDBaseT outputs.

AVPro Edge specializes in audio/video distribution and developing unique solutions for exactly what the integrator needs. More information about AVPro Edge, the AC-MX1616-AUHD-HDBT-AVDM or their other solutions can be found on their website.

For more of our coverage of all that’s happening at CEDIA Expo 2019, click right here.

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