HDcodex DML-200c and OEX-400

The HDcodex DML-200c from CodexNovus is designed for trade show displays, corporate boardrooms, point-of-purchase kiosks in AV dealer showrooms, and public display applications. The DML-200c is a commercial-grade, high-definition media server that streams video, audio, pictures, and graphics.

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Source: PRO AV Magazine
Publication date: August 1, 2006

By Pro AV Staff

Media server

The HDcodex DML-200c from CodexNovus is designed for trade show displays, corporate boardrooms, point-of-purchase kiosks in AV dealer showrooms, and public display applications. The DML-200c is a commercial-grade, high-definition media server that streams video, audio, pictures, and graphics. It provides SD and HD video at resolutions up to 1080p, and supports MPEG, AVI, TS, MP2, MP3, AC3, WAV, AAC, HTML, SWF, BMP, PNG, TIFF, GIF, and JPG files. It features a 250 GB hard drive and multichannel 5.1 and 7.1 high-resolution digital audio capabilities. Price: $3,499. Availability: fourth quarter. For more information, contact CodexNovus at 217-351-4819 or at www.codexnovus.com.

Public address system

The Orient Express 400 (OEX-400) compact PA system from ALTO is designed for use in schools and churches. The OEX-400 features 400 W of output power, three mono inputs with Neutrik Combo XLR 1/4-inch connectors and independent two-band EQ, two 10-inch coaxial speakers with a 1-inch high-frequency driver, and onboard DSP with 16 effects. The product includes a seven-channel mixer with stereo RCA inputs and seven-band graphic EQ. Price: $499. Availability: November. For more information, contact ALTO at 716-297-2920 or at www.altopa.com.

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