Brea, Calif. – April 17, 2019 – KanexPro, an industry-leading provider of connectivity solutions to the IT and AV markets, announces a partnership with DTVGameControl, a solution designed for controlling and managing video tiling and video walls in sports bars and restaurants. KanexPro will feature DTVGameControl in select AV over IP products, including the Network AV over IP Encoder and Decoder.
By incorporating DTVGameControl in KanexPro products, end users can manage and control DirecTV, Dish Network, cable receivers, video tilers, and video walls. DTVGameControl features “Game Day” tabs to detail current sporting events for quick access to the latest game, without having to spend time searching through channels. Through DTVGameControl, televisions will automatically turn on each device at a scheduled time on the desired set channel.
“We’re pleased to announce our partnership with DTVGameControl for increased compatibility and enhanced user-experience with our Network AV over IP Encoder and Decoder,” said Tracy Thomas, Director of Marketing for KanexPro. “Our Network AV over IP Encoder and Decoder is the ideal solution for digital signage in bars, restaurants, houses of worship, large universities and corporate AV settings. Providing high-resolution audio and video, our Network AV over IP Encoder and Decoder are now even more simplified for bars and restaurants, allowing them to control their video feed within seconds.”
KanexPro’s Network AV over IP Encoder (EXT-NETAVTX) and Decoder (EXT-NETAVRX) will feature DTVGameControl’s application for enhanced video wall and multi-view control. The Network AV over IP Encoder and Decoder offers one central control over web GUI to manage every source and display. The Network AV over IP Encoder and Decoder features one HDMI input, one local HDMI output with multiple phoenix connectors for audio output, and a LAN (Ethernet) port with RS-232 control port for by passing third-party devices. Users can decode IP audio and video up to 330 ft. (100m) with low latency of 1.5 frames per millisecond. The Network AV over IP Encoder and Decoder is HDCP compliant and can be paired with one to one, one to many or many to many EXT-NETAVTX Encoders to create a traditional matrix scheme of AV signals routing.
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