AMX Incite Digital Video Presentation Systems are the next generation of presentation switchers that combine AMX control and signal distribution with HARMAN audio. Video presentation features include advanced windowing with scaling allowing for various video configurations (side-by-side, top-bottom, and picture-in-picture), and live production style video features such as transition effects. Support and scaling for 4K/60 4:4:4 and HDCP 2.2, as well as lower resolutions, ensures the Incite family provides flexibility for visiting devices and compatibility from source to display weather using legacy or new devices. Audio features include DSP with advanced capabilities like independent 10-band parametric EQ, independent input gain adjustments, and variable compression, Advanced Feedback Suppression™ and two of the three models also include DriveCore amplification technology.
Each has 8 inputs (4 HDMI, 2 DXLite, and 2 RGBHV/VGA), and a scaled video feed presented simultaneously to 2 local HDMI outputs and 1 DXLite output. Thus, making it an 8x1:3 presentation switcher.
Distance transport with DXLite on the inputs and output provides 4K/60 4:4:4 support with visually lossless compression for runs up to 70 meters. Use with the DXLink Wallplate Transmitter to feed inputs into Incite, and the new DXLite Receiver after the output before the output device (examples include display, projector, and lecture output device).
Embedded audio processing includes switching from any of the 6 embedded digital audio inputs, 6 analog stereo audio inputs or 2 microphone inputs which can be mixed across 2 defined audio output groups. Audio outputs can be assigned to either output group adding to configuration flexibility. Audio outputs are provided on 2 independently configurable balanced pre-amp audio outputs, and as embedded audio paths on each of the 3 mirrored digital video outputs.
There are numerous interface options including integrated web GUI, front control panel, On Screen Menu Setup, and is a Native NetLinx device which can be controlled via native NetLinx ICSP commands. Full feedback and notifications are provided for NetLinx integration.