AV Management systems consist of centralized sources, hidden away in a closet that can distribute audio and video signals throughout your setup.
In Commercial as well as Residential applications, with the widespread use of audio visual technology for presentations, entertainment, advertisements, education, trainings, etc. & with the evolution of HD video & audio which supports content protection, we need sophisticated AV Distribution & Management Systems like never before. The only thing required to be in each room are speakers and Displays. We offer solutions from the best manufacturers available for every distribution requirement to meet any topology & budget requirements.
Receivers or Amplifiers are designed to boost the input level signals to desired output levels. Most AV Receivers are also capable of switching multiple input sources to the display and can separate the audio & video from an HDMI signal for selective transmission.
A switcher is a device that is used whenever multiple inputs are available and one of them needs to be selectively displayed. AV matrix switchers are used to simultaneously distribute multiple audio video sources and to multiple display combinations.
Scalers adjust the source resolution to be compatible with the display resolution. A scan converter is used whenever a computer-based signal is to be displayed on a video display like TV to match the signal attributes like frequency.
The primary role of a mixer is to adjust all mic & line level program source inputs to a desired level, mix or blend them & route the output signal via line level to the signal processor or amplifier.
Wall plates & pop-up boxes are designed to meet the architectural needs of any infrastructure for managing data and audio video signals.Table and wall mount solutions are available with different input output combinations to meet all signal management needs.
The primary role of a mixer is to adjust all mic & line level program source inputs to a desired level & route the output signal via line level to the signal processor ot amplifier.
Amplifiers are products that distribute multiple outputs from a single source without any compromise in the signal quality.
Sometimes, in AV installations, there arises a need to change the shape or electrical characteristics of an audio signal to better suit the needs of the installation. Devised to manipulate the signal in this manner are called Signal Processors.