Crestron Transmitters Camp Lejeune NC
Winston Salem, NC
Source: PRO AV News Service
Publication date: May 27, 2009
By Pro AV Staff
Crestron officials said the additions to its QuickMedia line of transmitters and the company's new Wireless Access Point (WAP) are now shipping.
The QM transmitters come in a variety of form factors, including portable/rack-mountable, wall, and floor mount. A key new feature is the built-in Extended Display Identification Data (EDID) chip, which supports the computer graphics VESA standard. Other features include built-in signal sensing on each input to trigger automatic input selection and other operations, such as device power control. A single IR output port enables programmable control of a local DVD player, multimedia computer, or other IR-controllable AV device.
The QM-TX2-MC and QM-TX2-CC each have built-in 2x1 switchers. Local switching control can be accomplished through the front panel, without additional programming. The UM-TX2-MC has RGB and video (Composite, S-video, or Component) inputs, while the QM-TX2-CC has two RGB inputs.
The QM-WMC-VCC, with a built-in 3x1 switcher, and the QM-WCC-2, with a 2x1 switcher, are wall-plate models that fit in standard, two-gang electrical boxes using a Decora-style faceplate. Both include audio breakaway, to allow the audio inputs to be switched independently of or linked to their corresponding video/RGB inputs. The QM-WMC-VCC has individual video inputs for Composite, Component, and RGB signals, each with corresponding stereo audio to accept connections from portable devices and computers. The QM-WCC-2 has dual RGB and stereo audio inputs to support two separate computers or other RGB sources.
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