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Aurora Multimedia Introduces New HDBaseT Receiver

February 4, 2014

Aurora Multimedia's new DXE-CAT-RX3 series adds four new receivers to the One Room - One Cable™ product platform

MORGANVILLE, NJ -- Aurora Multimedia, a leader in IP control systems and HD video distribution, introduces its latest HDBaseT CAT Receiver series: DXE-CAT-RX3. The new HDBaseT receiver line adds four models all incorporating dual-relays, line level audio inputs (with mixing controls) and a de-embedding audio output. Two models add a 2x20W amplifier as well as an embedded Web Control Engine for full system control. All models are made in the USA in Aurora's MFG facility in NJ.

The DXE-CAT-RX3 series puts all this power at the display giving creed to One Room – One Cable™ product platform. Perfect for Classroom and conference room applications, the DXE-CAT-RX3-A mates with Aurora's new DXW-2 series HDBaseT wall plates as well as their other HDBaseT Transmitters creating a complete single room AV system handling AV distribution, display and screen control as well as audio amplification all over a single umbilical. The DXE-CAT-RX3L versions (available with and without 2x20w amplifier) add an IP Based Control system for integration with third party IP capable control systems or standalone web-server tablet control.

One Room – One Cable™ solutions include the DXE-CAT Extenders, new DXW-2 wall plates, ASP Scaler switcher, DXM-G2 Matrix switchers and the new DXB-8 button panels. Utilizing products from these categories allow a single CAT-X cable to be connected between source and display with embedded control over Ethernet.

This new group of productsbrings out the full force of Aurora combining the two driving forces of the company: IP Web-Based Control products and HD Video Distribution into a single platform. For further information, please visit http://www.auroramultimedia.com/.

For more info, call 732-591-5800 or visit http://www.auroramultimedia.com

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