MXNet is the AV over IP video distribution ecosystem from AVPro Edge. With the MXNet Ecosystem, integrators finally have an end-to-end solution developed with them in mind. Our engineering team focused on three things, stability of the entire system, interoperability with any HDMI source, display, USB device, or control system, and easy deployment of the entire system. MXNet allows for unlimited sources, displays, USB devices & video walls; MXNet is the perfect video distribution system for your next installation.
MXNet’s Ecosystem includes formatting such as resolution scaling, full EDID management, HDR and Dolby Vision metadata, multifaceted video walls, and includes the MXNet MENTOR setup and control tool – making installations easy on the integrator, while also presenting a major WOW factor for your client. MXNet is the ideal audio/video distribution method for corporate, education, hospitality, government, financial, and large luxury homes.
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The AVPro Edge MXnet AV Over IP System Builder
Below you can find each component of the ecosystem. Putting an ecosystem together is simple, with these determining questions you will know exactly what your installation calls for:
How many Sources? (this determines how many encoder (transmitter) units you will need)
The encoders come either with or without audio video downmixing. If you need to extract 2-channel audio from a source for use in an 2-channel audio distribution system, AND still pass fully encoded Dolby and/or DTS surround sound encoding to a home theater, choose the AC-MXNET-1G-AVDM-E. Otherwise choose the AC-MXNET-1G-E.
And last but not least… Don’t forget the accessories!
The AC-EZRACK-15 is the perfect rack mounting solutions for encoders, decoders, and the controller. (Just add up the number of encoders and decoders + 1 (for the controller) and divde by 15. If you need to interconnect more than one network switch you’ll need a DAC cable between each swtich. And if you are connecting any of the encoders to decoders via fiber rather than a netowrk cable with PoE, you’ll need a power supply for each unit connected via fiber.