As part of our continued coverage of InfoComm 2021, AVNation talks with Just Add Power. The Dude Taft Stricklin discusses the new MaxColor series of transmitter and receiver.
“A lot of folks say they are 4K60 compatible, which means they take it in but don’t actually send it across the network and fully reproduce it on the screen. So this is a big deal for us,” Stricklin explained.
The MaxColor 4K60 is scheduled to be released at the start of the year. What sets it apart from the previous model is being able to input and output 4K60. The new MaxColor offers full color space without the expense of a fiber switch.
Check out our earlier coverage of Just Add Power on our website for more information. Watch the full interview and our complete coverage of InfoComm 2021 on our website.
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