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The MXNet Ecosystem includes Encoders, Network Switches, Control Processors, and other various components designed to facilitate the building of a custom A/V distribution system. MXNet’s Ecosystem includes formatting such as resolution scaling, full EDID management, multifaceted video walls, and includes the MXNet Mentor setup and control tool - making installations easy on the integrator, while also presenting a major WOW factor for your client.

With AVPro Edge’s MXNet Ecosystem, A/V integrators finally have an end-to-end solution developed with them in mind. Our engineering team focused on two main things, the stability of the entire system and interoperability with any HDMI source, display, USB device, or control system. MXNet is the ideal audio/video distribution method for corporate, education, hospitality, government, and financial institution installations.

A fresh approach to the networked a/v product category 

All system Components Designed Engineered and Manufactured by AVPro
Our #1 goal is Ease of Deployment with a long-term stable solution

Fast Switching
Including 4K, HDR and Format Changes

Video over USB 2.0
Full Support for audio, video, or data over USB 2.0

Unlimited Video Walls
Configure and execute an unlimited amount of video walls

Extensive Video Format Support
From 720p to 4K60 (4:4:4), with Interlaced to Progressive conversion

10-Year Warranty
Install with confidence

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The Ecosystem
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The MXNet 24 Port Network Switch


The MXNet 48 Port Network Switch


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The MXNet 1G Encoder


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The MXNet 1G Decoder


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The MXNet Control Box


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MXNet Mentor


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Above you can find each component of the ecosystem. Putting an ecosystem together is simple, with these determining questions you will know exactly what your installation calls for:

How many Sources? (this determines how many Encoder units you will need)
How many Displays? (this determines how many Decoder units you will need)
What type of signals are you using? 4K or 1080p (this determines how much data is needed)

With the above information you can use this chart to determine the network switch(es) you will need to purchase:

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​*Every system needs a Controller for signal switching, so make sure you dedicate one endpoint for the AC-MXNET-CBOX.