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The HD-XSP includes full input connectivity for all types of digital and analog sources including Blu-ray Disc® players, HDTV receivers, game consoles, computers, media servers and mobile devices. Additional specialized inputs and outputs are provided to facilitate integration with system switchers, matrix routers, microphone mixers, and teleconferencing codecs.
Each HDMI, SPDIF, and stereo input includes an input compensation adjustment to match the average level between sources. Each of these inputs also includes up to 80 ms of lip-sync delay.
By design, the HD-XSP fits seamlessly into just about any AV presentation or distribution system. It is rack-mountable and occupies just one rack space. It contains no fans, ensuring silent operation. Via Ethernet, it can communicate with a Crestron control system, allowing simplified operation using your choice of touch screen, handheld remote, or mobile device.
Via its HDMI input and output, the HD-XSP provides an ideal solution for adding surround sound processing to a Crestron DMPS Series DigitalMedia™ Presentation System or any DM® Switcher. It can even be located remotely and interfaced using a DM transmitter and/or receiver. Or, via its SPDIF or analog inputs, it can be added to a Sonnex™ Multiroom Audio System to provide surround sound processing for a single room zone.
Via its Mix input and Downmix output, the HD-XSP solves a lot of problems that other processors just don't address. The Mix input allows the signal from a microphone mixer to be passed through unprocessed and mixed with the program signal at the output. This allows live speech and surround sound signals to coexist and function simultaneously through the same speaker system. The Downmix output converts the full audio presentation into a stereo or mono signal, perfect for feeding a remote listening zone, an assistive listening system, or a recording device.
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