Just Add Power to Debut New 4K60 AV-Over-IP Solutions at ISE 2024

Meet Just Add Power at ISE 2024, Booth 2Q500

New MaxColor 4K60 Lineup Includes MC-QX MaxColor 4K60 Tiling and Warping Transmitter and MC-TX3 MaxColor 4K60 Series Transmitter With Support for AES67

SEMINOLE, Fla. — Jan. 8, 2024 — Just Add Power, a leader in AV-over-IP distribution, is set to showcase its latest solutions at ISE 2024. Integrators visiting Just Add Power’s booth 2Q500 will have the first look at the new additions to the company’s award-winning video-over-IP portfolio. This includes the MC-QX MaxColor 4K60 Tiling and Warping Transmitter featuring the company’s award-winning Warp Engine and Tiler software, the introduction of the MC-TX3 MaxColor 4K60 Series Transmitter with AES767 compatibility, and the EU debut of the 3G Ultra 767AES transmitter.

“At ISE 2023, we introduced our MaxColor Series 2 with phenomenal success — but we are far from done,” said Ed Qualls, CEO of Just Add Power. “For 2024, we’re expanding the MaxColor lineup to bring even more versatility and distribution power to installations. Whether you have a video wall project with robust resolution, artistic video wall layout needs, or support for AES67 audio, we have you covered.”

Making its global debut at ISE 2024, the Just Add Power MC-QX MaxColor 4K60 Tiling and Warping Transmitter combines MaxColor 4K60 features with the company’s innovative Tiling Transmitter and Warp Engine technology. It allows 4K60 source devices to be displayed on a single screen instantly along with Warp Engine’s source rotation capabilities. Users can simultaneously watch four 4K60 video sources in multiple formats, including single-screen, video wall, or tiled video. With the Warp Engine, installers can rotate any source image in a Just Add Power matrix — cable boxes, media players, game systems, cameras, and more — in 0.1-degree increments in real time with incredibly low latency. The rotated image can then be sent to an unlimited number of receivers in the network, allowing for the creation of massive artistic video walls using a single Warp Engine.

Being shown for the first time at ISE 2024, the MC-TX3 MaxColor 4K60 Series Transmitter natively supports 4K60 in and out, allowing end-users to play Ultra HD video from the growing number of 4K sources and devices now available, along with compatibility for AES67 audio systems. With MC-TX3, video at 12-bit color and 4:4:4 chroma can be distributed over existing Cat5/Cat6 cable, eliminating the expense of upgrading to fiber and buying costly network switches. In addition, the transmitter supports MPEG downstreaming for connected devices, such as a laptop or tablet. It features HDMI loopout that provides compatibility for AES67 audio systems with any Just Add Power AV distribution system as well as input for LPCM audio up to eight channels, AES67 audio send and receive up to eight channels, and AES67 audio injection into any Just Add Power network. Like many other transmitters in the Just Add Power lineup, it includes HDMI pass-through; control of endpoints via RS-232, IR, and CEC; and Image Pull, which allows users to preview an image from any source or display from any web browser or control system at up to 10 fps.

Also making its EU debut at the show is the Just Add Power 3G Ultra 767AES transmitter. The 4K transmitter features an HDMI loopout that provides compatibility for AES67 audio systems with any Just Add Power AV distribution system. It features input for LPCM audio up to eight channels, AES67 audio send and receive up to eight channels, and AES67 audio injection into any Just Add Power network. Like many other transmitters in the Just Add Power lineup, it includes HDMI pass-through; control of endpoints via RS-232, IR, and CEC; and Image Pull, which allows users to preview an image from any source or display from any web browser or control system at up to 10 fps. Like the other models in the 3G Ultra family, the 767AES transmitter can be mixed and matched with any Just Add Power 3G, 3G+AVP, 2GΩ/3G, and 2GΩ/3G+ models for interoperability with leading audio-over-IP technologies, including Dante devices.

More information on Just Add Power and its products is available at www.justaddpower.com.

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About Just Add Power
Founded in 1992 by three employees of IBM who were happy to shed their dark suits and red ties, Just Add Power is dedicated to doing tech a little bit differently. Instead of being consigned to the dustbin by planned obsolescence, the company’s high-quality AV-over-IP distribution solutions increase in value over time. By offering new devices that are compatible with previous systems and providing free firmware updates when innovations break, Just Add Power respects the end users’ investment in their systems. This makes it easy for dealers to engage customers for years of system improvement, while the reliability of the video keeps them coming back for more. Just Add Power is committed to making systems easy to install and easy to use, with industry-renowned training sessions and a technical support team giving installers all of the skills and information they need. Whether it’s an unlimited matrix of sources and screens, a video wall, or an architectural installation, our revolutionary design philosophy makes it simple to create an AV system that rocks. www.justaddpower.com

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Caption: Just Add Power MC-QX MaxColor 4K60 Tiling and Warping Transmitter

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Caption: Just Add Power MC-TX3 MaxColor 4K60 Series Transmitter

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Caption: Just Add Power 3G Ultra 767AES Transmitter

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Just Add Power to Debut New 4K60 AV-Over-IP Solutions at ISE 2024