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Media MasterHow do you get audio and video from multiple DVRs, a hard-drive-based movie server and several security cameras to 13 video displays in a house? Electronics installation firm Gramophone of Timonium, Md., used Crestron’s DigitalMedia system and a fiber-optic network to deliver all of that audio and video. The result is an end-to-end digital network, using a 16 x 16 DigitalMedia switcher and DigitalMedia fiber receivers/room controllers, which connect to video displays to create a high-bandwidth, high-speed, one-wire network. The switcher provides lossless HD signal distribution and simultaneous distribution of multichannel surround sound and two-channel stereo signals from the same HDMI source. It also features integrated Ethernet networking through a Gigabit port and USB HID (Human Interface Device like a mouse or keyboard) distribution. From any touchpanel in the house, users can access whatever audio or video feed they want, or check the front door surveillance camera to see if UPS has dropped off a package.

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