Introducing the AXI 016! A new 16 output audio expansion interface for DMP 128 Plus audio DSP systems.
The new AXI 016, a sixteen output audio expansion interface for DMP 128 Plus audio DSP systems is now available at ITM Components. The AXI 016 connects to the EXP expansion port on the DMP 128 Plus, transforming the matrix from an 8 output device into a 24 output device. Since all of the high performance, low-latency DSP processing occurs within the attached DMP 128 Plus, no separate configuration is needed for the AXI 016. The AXI 016 audio expansion interface also supports audio DSP systems that integrate a DMP 128 Plus and a DTP CrossPoint matrix switcher.
“The AXI 016 addresses the growing demand from our customers for the ability to expand the number of outputs on a DMP 128 Plus System with a very cost effective solution. By leveraging the DMP 128 Plus system with its ProDSP and flexible mix matrix, the AXI 016 expands system capabilities with sixteen additional outputs in a small 1U, half rack width product,” says Extron vice president of worldwide sales and marketing Casey Hall.
For more details on the AXI 016, contact our sales team.
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