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Atlona Unveils Cutting-Edge Switcher for Education Spaces at Infocomm 2024

At Infocomm 2024, Tim Albright of AVNation caught up with Ray Cooper from Atlona to discuss their latest innovation tailored for educational environments. The new switcher, designed with compactness and versatility in mind, promises seamless integration behind displays or in diverse classroom settings.

Featuring three inputs including USBC, HDMI, and HDBaseT, Atlona’s switcher offers educators flexibility in connectivity, ensuring compatibility with various teaching tools. Notably, it boasts an integrated 25 watts per channel amplifier with EQ and a mixer, allowing precise audio control directly from a user-friendly web interface.

Ideal for both K-12 and higher education, this device supports automatic display control upon detecting input, simplifying IT management. Moreover, its unique ducking system intelligently prioritizes announcements over ongoing audio, enhancing classroom communication.

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For IT directors and educators alike, Atlona’s solution promises ease of configuration and maintenance, supported by their innovative Velocity Control System and compatibility with VKP keypads.

Discover more about Atlona’s latest technology and explore their full range of AV solutions at Atlona. Stay tuned to AVNation for comprehensive coverage from Infocomm 2024, showcasing the latest advancements in the AV industry.

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