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Crestron Demonstrating Expanded DigitalMedia™ 4K Product Line
Posted on Wednesday, June 18, 2014

New DM® 4K input cards and blades, output blades, receivers, transmitters, and scalers deliver the highest available resolutions for both professional and residential applications

Building upon its leadership position in 4K, Crestron is debuting a full lineup of DigitalMedia™ 4K products at InfoComm14 in Las Vegas, June 18 - 20. The new DM 4K products round out the AV industry's first and only end-to-end 4K certified distribution system.

"DigitalMedia is more than '4K ready'; it's 4K already," said Tom Barnett, Marketing Director at Crestron. "While others are 'getting ready,' we're shipping a complete 4K solution today. Even if you don't have 4K content yet, you need the bandwidth of our 4K switchers to distribute higher resolutions, such as the native 2880x1800 of Apple® laptops."

DM 4K products debuting at InfoComm14 include:

DM 4K products already shipping include the DMC-4K-HD Input Card, DMC-4K-HD-DSP Input Card, DMC-4K-CO-HD Output Card, DM-RMC-4K-100-C Receiver, DMB-4K-I-HD Input Blade, DMB-4K-O-C Output Blade, HD-EXT3-C and HD-EXT4-C Extenders, HD-XSPA AVR with integrated DM Receiver, HD-RX3-C Receiver, and HD-TX3-C Transmitter.

Also debuting at InfoComm14 is the 16-Channel Analog Audio Breakout Box (AUD-BOB-1602), which provides connections for audio insert/extract for DM HDMI® input and output blades on a separate rack-mountable box.

DM 4K Upgrade Program
Crestron is offering big discounts when you upgrade card-based DM systems with the DM 4K Upgrade Program. Upgrading systems to 4K is as simple as swapping out cards, trans