Crestron Adds “Pixel Perfect Processing Technology” to AV-over-IP DM NVX Line

Crestron will announce the next generation of its DM NVX network AV line at ISE. Adding something they are calling “Pixel Perfect Processing” technology, to the DM NVX. Working with Intel and intoPIX (the companioning y who makes their AV-over-IP 1G processing chip, Crestron says they’ve made the image quality better — and they are saying in their product release that you won’t be able to tell the difference from the DM NVX output video and a direct video feed. And Crestron tells rAVe that all current, in-field, DM NVX products can add Pixel Perfect Processing with a firmware upgrade.

In addition, the NVX line has added new models: the new DM-NVX-E30 and DM-NVX-D30 are encode or decode-only units that support HDMI connectivity and analog audio and the DM-NVX-352 adds Dante audio networking and AES-67 audio. All current DM NVX products can benefit from Pixel Perfect Processing with a simple FREE firmware upgrade.

As you likely know, the Crestron NVX is a 1Gbps 4K60, 4:4:4 and HDR video system that sends content over a gigabit network. It also pushes audio, control and USB 2.0 through an encoder/decoder.

All DM NVX products have 802.1x authentication, AES encryption and Active Directory technology for enterprise-grade security.

The DM NVX line is here.