Harman Announces AMX 4K60 4:4:4 Twisted Pair And Fiber Boards 

Harman has announced a new line of 4K60 4:4:4 twisted pair and fiber I/O boards for AMX Enova DGX 100 Series A/V matrix switcher enclosures along with accompanying transmitter and receiver end-points.

Harman said the AMX DGX 4K60 input and output boards, transmitters and receivers offer government entities, universities and corporations the ability to distribute full 4K60 4:4:4 video end-to-end securely over long distances.

Included in the 4K60 suite are a total of eight new products including AMX DXLink 4K60 HDMI Transmitters and Receivers and AMX Enova DGX 4K60 input and output boards, each available in either twisted pair or fiber variants.

The fiber models offer security and support for extended distances, while the twisted pair models are ideal for cable runs of 328 feet or less. This new suite of products is compatible with the existing Enova DGX 100 Series enclosures, allowing an easy path for users to upgrade their systems.

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