Introducing the XMP 240 Expansion Matrix Processor, featuring an extensive mix matrix with 24 channels of AEC and 48x48 Dante connectivity in only a half rack space. The XMP 240 can also be used standalone for matrix processing in an all network audio system. When connected to a DMP Plus Series processor via Dante or the EXP expansion port, a complete system is created that offers up to 36 channels of AEC, a USB audio interface, analog connectivity, and optional VoIP. A system expanded with an XMP 240 is capable of supporting multiple beam forming microphone arrays alongside numerous other Dante sources, with enough outputs to support multiple zones and destination devices. Ideal for network audio systems based on Dante or AES67, the XMP 240 allows for high channel count audio input and output processing.
24 channels of AEC - acoustic echo cancellation
Dante audio networking with Dante Domain Manager and AES67 support
Extensive mix matrix with input and output processing
FlexInput capability on all inputs for input source selection
Macros allow the sequencing of commands that can be sent to the local device or external devices via the LAN port
Compact half rack size
John Kurtinecz is Vice President of JP Lilley focusing on technical products and services facing the audio, video and presentation communities. John is a member of InfoComm International, ICIA which is now known as AVIXA, a member of various business chambers throughout the region, and Hershey Harrisburg Regional Visitors Bureau. In 1995 John was among the first 26 people in the world to achieve CTS-I certification by InfoComm International. He has been actively serving the AV industry for 31 years. His drive and vision will continue to lead the audio, video and presentation industry for many years to come.