EXTRON DMP 128 DIGITAL MATRIX PROCESSOR DRIVER DETAILS:
|File Size:||17.4 MB|
|Supported systems:||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
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EXTRON DMP 128 DIGITAL MATRIX PROCESSOR DRIVER
The DMP is ideal for presentation and conferencing applications in boardrooms, courtrooms, and conference centers. It features 12 inputs for mic or line level signals, eight with 48 volt phantom power. The inputs can be routed and mixed to eight line level outputs. Eight balanced or unbalanced line level on 3. Extron AEC features advanced algorithms that deliver fast echo canceler convergence for optimal intelligibility in situations that challenge AEC performance, including double-talk, and the use of wireless microphones at the Extron DMP 128 Digital Matrix Processor end. This allows eight matrix mixes of the inputs, plus eight virtual paths to be sent and received between units, for a total of 16 outgoing and 16 incoming buses.
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Automixer with eight groups — The DMP features an automixer Extron DMP 128 Digital Matrix Processor gated and gain sharing modes for managing up to eight groups of microphone signals. Low latency DSP processing — The DMP features very low, deterministic latency from input to output, regardless of the number of active channels or processes. While latency increases in channels with AEC enabled, and marginally with the automixer, overall latency remains low. This keeps audio in sync with video, and prevents distractions to presenters or performers resulting from delayed live audio.
It enables complete setup and configuration of digital audio processing tools on the ProDSP platform, as well as routing and mixing. Intuitive Graphical User Environment — The DSP Configurator Software features a Graphical User Environment that offers a clear view of all input and outputs, audio processing blocks, routing, mix points, and virtual routing in a single window.
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This allows a designer or installer to quickly view an audio configuration without having to access multiple windows or menus. Processors can be grouped into folders for organizing as separate rooms or buildings. Copy and paste for processing blocks — To help speed audio system design and setup, parameter settings can be quickly copied between individual processing blocks or identical groups of blocks within the Graphical User Environment, using conventional cut-and-paste commands. Building Blocks processor settings — A collection of pre-designed processor settings optimized for a specific type of input or output device, such as microphones and Extron speakers, with preset levels, filters, dynamics, and more.
Live and Emulate operation modes with configuration file saving — Live mode allows integrators to connect to the DMP and make live parameter adjustments while hearing or metering them in real-time. This allows eight matrix mixes of the inputs, Extron DMP 128 Digital Matrix Processor eight virtual paths to be sent and received between units, for a total of 16 incoming and 16 outgoing buses. Automixer The DMP features an automixer with gated and gain sharing modes for managing up to eight groups of microphone signals. Gating threshold, signal level reduction, and timing parameters are user-adjustable per channel.
As the number of active microphones is doubled, system gain is automatically reduced by half, uniformly attenuating microphone signal levels to minimize audible changes in the overall sound and the possibility of feedback. For a natural sounding mic mix, the automixer also offers a gain Extron DMP 128 Digital Matrix Processor mode when the NOM - number of open microphones is bypassed, allowing all mics to gate on. When a DMP is linked to another unit through the expansion port, each incoming expansion bus can be assigned to an automixer gating group. AEC is essential for effective remote room-to-room conversations, ensuring clear, natural communication for all participants.
These models include eight independent channels of high performance AEC, as well as selectable noise cancellation. AEC processing can be challenged by conditions such as double-talk, when talkers from both ends are speaking simultaneously, and when near end talkers use wireless Extron DMP 128 Digital Matrix Processor. Extron AEC features advanced algorithms that deliver fast echo canceler convergence for optimal intelligibility, even in challenging conditions. Guided alerts appear whenever ERL is outside of the optimal range for echo cancellation. The Extron DMP Digital Matrix Processor is a 12x8 audio mixer featuring Extron ProDSP™, automixing, available AEC plus Dante® audio networking. 12x8 Audio Digital Signal Processors with Acoustic Echo Cancellation and Dante mixing matrix with up Extron DMP 128 Digital Matrix Processor 56 remote inputs and 24 outputs per DMP AT.