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Bierkeller Bar, Cardiff, uses Aten Modular Matrix Solution

by Stuart Berry April 27, 2016

This impressive 40 screen solution over 3 rooms at the Bierkeller bar in Cardiff demonstrates how installing Aten Matrix Switches can produce stunning results.

By setting up three VM1600 modular matrix switches, the Bierkeller could provide several different distributed inputs across the 40 screens. The staff control the screens and the switching via the VK2100 control system. HDMI extension from the VM1600 to the screens was set up by using the Aten VE802 and VE814R.

You can switch sources for either individual or groups of screens by pressing a single button on your Ipad control app. It's that easy!




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