Thursday, July 25, 2024
YOU ARE AT:USBusiness NewsJust Add Power Scores Another Award Win for MaxColor Series at InfoComm...

Just Add Power Scores Another Award Win for MaxColor Series at InfoComm 2024

Just Add Power offers high-quality AV-over-IP distribution solutions that increase in value over time. They respect users’ investment, provide free firmware updates, and offer easy installation and use.

Just Add Power announced that their MC-TX3 MaxColor™ 4K60 Series Transmitter received Sound & Video Contractor (SVC) magazine’s Best of Show award at InfoComm 2024. This recognition highlights the product’s features, ease of use, and innovation. The MC-TX3 supports native 4K60 video, 12-bit color, 4:4:4 chroma, and is compatible with AES67 audio systems. It includes HDMI pass-through, USB-C power, and various control options, enhancing AV-over-IP systems’ capabilities.

The Just Add Power MC-TX3 MaxColor™ 4K60 Series Transmitter won the Best of Show award at InfoComm 2024 due to its innovative features, ease of use, and ability to meet the needs of modern AV-over-IP systems. Its advanced capabilities, such as native 4K60 support, 12-bit color, 4:4:4 chroma, AES67 audio compatibility, power over USB-C, and various connectivity options, showcase the company’s commitment to excellence and continuous improvement in AV technology.

Just Add Power, a leader in AV-over-IP distribution, today announced that the company’s MC-TX3 MaxColor™ 4K60 Series Transmitter was recognized with Sound & Video Contractor (SVC) magazine’s prestigious Best of Show honors at InfoComm 2024 in Las Vegas. Winners were selected based on features, ease of use, and innovation, with the awards presented during the show. This marks the third solution in the MaxColor portfolio to be distinguished by the pro AV industry.

“Shortly after launching the MaxColor Series 1 in 2021, we won the Commercial Integrator BEST award, followed by AV Technology magazine’s InfoComm Best of Show for our MaxColor 4K60 Series 2 transmitters and receivers last year. We’re honored to have continued that winning streak this year,” said Ed Qualls, CEO at Just Add Power. “This is a hard-earned recognition of the expertise and passion our engineering and product management teams have poured into continuing to develop the MaxColor Series to meet the varied needs of today’s AV-over-IP systems. We’re grateful to the SVC judges who took the time to review and recognize the innovation of the MC-TX3.”

The MC-TX3 MaxColor 4K60 Series Transmitter natively supports 4K60 in and out, allowing end users to play Ultra HD video from any 4K source and device now available, along with compatibility for AES67 audio systems. With MC-TX3, video at 12-bit color and 4:4:4 chroma can be distributed over Cat 5/Cat 6 cable. Like the MaxColor MC-TX2, the new transmitter offers power over USB-C, supporting KVM or, for example, a USB web camera signal over IP. Further, it supports MPEG downstreaming for connected devices, such as a laptop or tablet. Even more, it supports input for LPCM audio up to eight channels, AES67 audio send and receive up to eight channels, and AES67 audio injection into any Just Add Power network. Like many other transmitters in the Just Add Power lineup, it includes HDMI pass-through; control of endpoints via RS-232, IR, and CEC; and Image Pull, which allows users to preview an image from any source or display from any web browser or control system at up to 10 fps.

Just Add Power’s award-winning MaxColor 4K60 technology was introduced in 2021 to facilitate the distribution of 4K video content from any source to any screen, enabling businesses to display vivid and detailed imagery across an entire venue. Whether it’s for broadcasting live events, deploying a multiscreen video wall, or creating a specific ambiance with digital artwork, Just Add Power’s MaxColor Series has the flexibility to deliver virtually lossless 4K high-quality visual experiences that elevate any space. All MaxColor products can distribute 4K60/4:4:4/36-bit-color video over a 1GB managed network using Cat X (Cat 5e minimum) cable, while the MC-TX2 and MC-RX2 provide the option of using fiber, so integrators can use the cable that best fits their projects.


- Advertisement -



Epson Settles Projector Brightness Lawsuit: Formovie to Correct White Brightness Specification...

Epson and Formovie Tech have reached a settlement, with Formovie agreeing to correct white brightness specifications for their projectors and adhere to ISO 21118 standards for future measurements.


- Advertisement -

More Articles Like This