MuxLab Launches DomoStream


NED: With the AV landscape shifting to an IP-based network, solution providers such as MuxLab are making advancements with the technology. 
MuxLab’s new solution, DomoStream (model 500778), was developed to accommodate the residential market with a high quality, cost-effective way to deliver 4K content. DomoStream can also satisfy commercial applications that demand the latest in audio/video technologies.
DomoStream transports AV content over an IP network connecting through an Ethernet Switch. It supports all HDMI devices at resolutions up to 4K (3840 x 2160@30Hz) with HDR. It passes-through all audio modes up to 8 channel LPCM, Dolby Atmos and DTS:X. Digital and 2CH audio can also be embedded at the source and extracted at the display location. 
The entire system can be managed and controlled through smartphones and tablets when combined with MuxLab’s ProDigital Network Controller (model 500811) and the updated MuxControl App, while also supporting RS-232 and directional IR for controlling end devices. 
When installed, each transmitter pairs with an AV source and each receiver pairs with a 4K display in almost unlimited multitudes depending on network bandwidth. Using the MuxControl App, users can simply select a display and instantly connect it with any source using an intuitive, graphically colour-coded interface, running on an Android or iOS smartphone or tablet. MuxControl makes for a simple system to operate, regardless of the system size. 
DomoStream boasts low latency making it well suited for mission-critical installations where extremely detailed video is delivered instantly. 
Joe Teixeira, Director of Product Development for MuxLab, said: “What DomoStream represents for MuxLab is the next level of 4K video over an IP infrastructure with HDR support for stunning image reproduction, and support for all the latest audio formats developed. Essentially, DomoStream brings together the best in AV over IP technology, all in one streamlined affordable solution.”
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