MuxLab Brings New Selection of Pro Audio Integration Solutions to InfoComm

Three new products from MuxLab are designed to help integrators create unique, audio-based infrastructures that are IP-based.  Available for the first time at InfoComm are the Dante/Quad Channel Audio PoE Gateway (500765), the Audio/AMP over IP Extender with Mic (500755-AMP) and the 70v Audio Converter (500755-70V).

Analog audio sources can be sent to Dante-compatible professional audio equipment using an IP network as a bridge with the Dante/Quad Channel Audio PoE Gateway. Dual two-channel or quad single-channel full range (20Hz to 20KHz) balanced analog audio signals are routed via an Ethernet switch over the network to Dante audio equipment. Dual two-channel or quad single-channel balanced analog audio signals may also be received from Dante compatible equipment in the same manner.  Standard Cat5e/6 cable connects all equipment up to 100 meters from the Ethernet switch. PoE support allows this product to be powered by the Ethernet switch.

MuxLab’s Audio/AMP over IP Extender with Mic supports dual, two-channel analog audio inputs with a microphone over an IP network via an Ethernet switch. A 50W two channel amplifier is included on the receiver, which can be bridged to support a 100W mono output and when paired with MuxLab’s 70V transformer (500755-70V), supports a 70V speaker system over longer distances in a daisy chain configuration. Multiple audio sources and destinations can be configured in a virtual matrix configuration, allowing users to easily send any audio source to any destination supporting both simple and complex audio systems.

MuxLab will also be unveiling a prototype of its HDMI to HDMI with Audio Extraction 4K/60 and its HDMI 2.0 Audio Extractor with Video Out (, both of which will be launched later in 2017. They are here.

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