AMX Enova Matrix Switcher Output CardVideo Switchboxes
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AMX Enova Matrix Switcher Output Card - The AVS-ENOVADGX32-VO-HDMI is a HDCP compliant HDMI output board for the Enova DGX 16 and Enova DGX 32. It has four connections and supports HDMI or DVI signals. Like all output boards for the Enova DGX, the AVS-ENOVADGX32-VO-HDMI features SmartScale Technology which outputs video that is perfectly scaled for each connected display, eliminating the integration challenges that can occur when sources and displays have different optimal resolutions.View Product Specs
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