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Crestron Offers Switcher for Large DM Applications

Crestron today announced the release of the DM-MD32X32, the largest matrix switcher available in the DigitalMedia (DM) product line. Designed for facility-wide and whole-house distribution, the 32X32 – just like the DM-MD8X8 and DM-MD16X16 – is field configurable and card-based, with a wide variety of input and outp
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Crestron today announced the release of the DM-MD32X32, the largest matrix switcher available in the DigitalMedia (DM) product line.

Designed for facility-wide and whole-house distribution, the 32X32 – just like the DM-MD8X8 and DM-MD16X16 – is field configurable and card-based, with a wide variety of input and output cards from which to choose.

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Crestron's DM32X32 is the largest switcher available in the DigitalMedia product line.


DM is designed to accept and distribute any combination of AV signals, including VGA, HDMI, DVI, DisplayPort, 3G-SDI, Ethernet, and USB keyboard/mouse control (for controlling a computer or other host device at a different location).

Transmission can run hundreds of feet over a single twisted pair cable or up to 1,000 feet via fiber, with every AV signal preserved in its native video resolution and audio format, according to Crestron.

“Our DM-MD switchers are true matrix switchers, routing a mix of AV and data signals to multiple displays and receivers,” Crestron director of marketing Vincent Bruno explained. “There isn’t another digital matrix switcher on the market that can deliver 32 inputs at this price point, and only Crestron can offer the versatility and functionality of DM.”

The DM-32X32 automatically manages all the digital signal data to work right out of the box. The wide selection of input and output cards makes it easy for integrators to choose just the right combination of features needed in each project. An intuitive on-line configurator is provided to Crestron dealers to streamline the design process. Built-in software tools make it simple to troubleshoot, commission and optimize system performance.

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