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        DMPS3-4K-350-C

        3-Series® 4K DigitalMedia™ Presentation System 350

        Provides a complete 4K AV presentation control and signal routing solution for boardrooms and classrooms. Integrates the control system, matrix switcher, video scaler, streaming decoder, mic mixer, audio DSP, amplifier, and DigitalMedia distribution center all into a single 3-space rackmount package. Affords substantial signal routing flexibility and high-performance signal processing without the need for separate components. Built-in .AV Framework™ enables simplified configuration and control without programming.

        The DMPS3-4K-350-C includes a built-in AirMedia® gateway to enable wireless presentation from computers and mobile devices. This optional feature requires activation (license sold separately).

        The DMPS3‑4K‑350‑C offers an all‑in‑one, custom-programmable 4K AV presentation system with fully configurable signal routing and processing. The DMPS3‑4K‑350‑C integrates the control system, matrix switcher, video scaler, streaming decoder, mic mixer, audio DSP, and amplifier into one 3 RU rack mount package. The built‑in AirMedia® gateway, when activated1, enables wireless presentation from computers and mobile devices. DigitalMedia 8G+® and HDBaseT® connectivity afford a streamlined, long‑distance wiring solution for remote sources and display devices, and for facility‑wide integration as part of a larger media distribution system.

        4K Ultra HD Video

        The DMPS3‑4K‑350‑C handles 4K/60 video with HDCP 2.2 encryption, ensuring support for the latest 4K and Ultra HD displays and media sources.

        .AV Framework™ technology

        Built‑in .AV Framework™ technology delivers a fully‑functional presentation system with simplified configuration and a choice of control options and other add‑ons. No programming is required. For complete details on the capabilities supported by .AV Framework, please visit: http://www.crestron.com/avframework2

        AirMedia® Wireless Presentation

        Crestron AirMedia technology allows for wireless presentation of content from a personal computer, laptop, or mobile device via a Wi-Fi® wireless network. Airmedia enables presentation of Full HD video at frame rates up to 30 fps. Desktop and laptop computer users can present content using downloadable client software, or the AirMedia extension for Google Chrome™ browser. Android® and iOS® mobile devices can present with the AirMedia app or the Crestron PinPoint™ app. For more information about AirMedia, visit www.crestron.com/airmedia.3

        HD Streaming Video

        An onboard streaming decoder enables the DMPS3‑4K‑350‑C to receive a high‑definition AV signal over the network or internet from a DigitalMedia™ switcher, IP camera, or streaming encoder (Crestron DM‑TXRX‑100‑STR or similar). H.264 and MJPEG streaming formats are supported with resolutions up to HD 1080p and bitrates up to 25 Mbps. High‑quality AAC audio decoding is employed to handle 2‑channel stereo audio with full frequency response.4

        4K System Switcher

        The DMPS3‑4K‑350‑C provides high‑performance routing of HDMI®, AirMedia1, and streaming AV sources to up to four separate displays, projectors, codecs, and other devices. Video inputs include six HDMI, two DM 8G+®, and one streaming/AirMedia. The HDMI inputs are compatible with DVI and Dual‑Mode DisplayPort™ sources5, and the DM 8G+ inputs are compatible with HDBaseT connectivity. Five balanced analog audio inputs are also included. Each HDMI and analog audio input includes adjustable input compensation to accommodate a range of signals and maintain consistent volume levels when switching between sources.

        Built‑in 9x4 video matrix switching allows up to four video sources to be routed simultaneously to four display devices. Video outputs are comprised of two HDMI and two DM 8G+. The HDMI outputs are compatible with DVI6 and the DM 8G+ outputs are compatible with HDBaseT connectivity.

        The audio signal from any input can be routed to any of three separate stereo analog audio outputs. Audio can also be routed to the digital outputs via two independently switchable signal paths, either of which may be selected to feed the HDMI output, the DM 8G+ output, or both.

        4K/60 Video Scaling

        A high‑performance 4K scaler is included on each HDMI output to ensure an optimal image on each display.

        Input resolutions are scaled to any output resolution up to 4K DCI (4096 x 2160 @ 60 Hz). Interlaced sources are converted to progressive scan using motion‑adaptive deinterlacing. Intelligent frame rate conversion enables support for 24p and PAL format sources. 3D to 2D conversion allows 3D content to be viewed on 2D‑only displays.6 Fully automatic operation eliminates any complicated setup by utilizing the displays’ EDID to configure each scaler.

        Scaling can be added to either DM 8G+ output using the DM‑RMC‑4KZ‑SCALER‑C receiver, which features a built‑in 4K scaler. This method of employing an independent scaler for each display device delivers the most versatile and reliable solution for handling a wide array of input sources and routing them to multiple disparate display devices.

        DigitalMedia 8G+® Technology

        The DM 8G+ inputs and outputs allow the DMPS3‑4K‑350‑C to connect remote sources and display devices, and integrate with larger systems. DM 8G+ technology provides a true one‑wire interface for transporting ultra high‑definition video, audio, control, power, and networking signals over CAT type cable at distances up to 330 ft (100 m). Connecting a DM 8G+ receiver to either DM 8G+ output provides a streamlined AV and control interface for a projector or flat panel display located anywhere in the room. Connecting up to two DM 8G+ transmitters provides expanded input connectivity to incorporate remote AV sources and mobile devices. DM 8G+ connectivity can also provide the interface to a centralized DigitalMedia matrix switcher to enable the distribution of signals between multiple rooms and buildings.7,8

        HDBaseT® Technology Certified

        Crestron DM 8G+ technology is designed using HDBaseT Alliance specifications, ensuring interoperability with other HDBaseT certified products. Via DM 8G+ technology, the DMPS3‑4K‑350‑C can be connected directly to an HDBaseT compliant source or display device without requiring a DM® transmitter or receiver.

        6‑Channel Microphone Mixer

        The DMPS3‑4K‑350‑C includes built‑in mixing and processing for six microphones. Each mic input provides 60 dB of gain adjustment, switchable 48V phantom power, fully‑adjustable gating, compression, delay, and 4‑band semi‑parametric EQ. Sophisticated matrix mixing allows for a completely different mix of all six microphones at each of the DMPS3‑4K‑350‑C’s three stereo analog audio outputs. Two additional mixes can be configured and selected to feed any of the HDMI and DM 8G+ outputs.

        Professional Audio DSP

        Each analog audio output on the DMPS3‑4K‑350‑C includes its own digital signal processor, allowing each output to be optimized to feed a power amplifier, codec, recorder, or assistive listening system. In addition to real‑time adjustable volume, bass, treble, and mute controls, each DSP provides 10‑band graphic equalization, 4‑band parametric equalization, fully‑adjustable limiting, and up to 85 ms of speaker delay adjustment.

        Built‑in Power Amplifier

        A built‑in power amplifier allows the DMPS3‑4K‑350‑C to directly drive a pair of stereo speakers (25 W per channel @ 8 Ω), or a group of distributed ceiling speakers (50 W mono @ 70 or 100V). Fed by the main program output, the internal amplifier benefits fully from the onboard DSP. For larger applications, Crestron AMP‑Series power amplifiers may be added to provide a complete solution for driving separate program and speech speakers, or a multi‑zone speaker system.

        Audio Embedding & De‑Embedding

        Balanced inputs enable the DMPS3‑4K‑350‑C to interface directly with an audio mixing console, allowing the live sound mix to be embedded with the video signal from a digital camera and combined into a single HDMI output signal. Any of the balanced outputs may be used to de‑embed audio from a digital AV source to feed the mixing console. An aux output may even be rerouted back through an analog input to allow the built‑in DSP, or an external DSP, to be used to process the audio signal feeding the HDMI and DM 8G+ outputs.

        EDID Format Management

        The DMPS3‑4K‑350‑C allows for management of the EDID (Extended Display Identification Data) information that passes between the display devices, scalers, and input sources in the system. From the web browser setup screen, the format and resolution capabilities of each device can be assessed, allowing EDID signals to be configured appropriately.

        QuickSwitch HD™ Technology

        Crestron QuickSwitch HD technology manages HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) encryption to ensure fast, reliable switching and immunity to blackouts for every source and display device connected to the system.

        Auto‑Locking® Technology

        Crestron Auto‑Locking Technology enables super‑fast signal switching by instantaneously configuring every device in the signal path, including DM transmitters, DM receivers, and scalers, as soon as the signal hits the first device. Whether switching between sources or changing TV channels, Auto‑Locking significantly reduces the time it takes each device to sense the new signal and configure the device to handle the changes, virtually eliminating any noticeable gap while switching.

        USB Signal Routing

        Along with video and audio, the DMPS3‑4K‑350‑C can also provide routing for USB HID (Human Interface Device) signals, allowing a USB HID compliant keyboard and/or mouse at one location to control a computer or media server at another location. USB HID connectivity is provided through select DM receivers and transmitters. Crestron also offers USB over Ethernet Extenders, the DM-NUX-L2 and DM-NUX-R26 (sold separately), which may be used to enable the routing of multiple USB devices of virtually any type, all seamlessly managed through the DMPS3‑4K‑350‑C.7

        Integrated 3‑Series® Control System

        The built‑in 3‑Series control system enables the DMPS3‑4K‑350‑C to provide complete, customizable control of AV devices, as well as room lighting, window shades, and projection screens, without requiring a separate control processor. Onboard control ports include four IR ports, two RS‑232 COM ports, four relay ports, and four digital input ports, as well as Cresnet® and Ethernet connectivity. The DMPS3‑4K‑350‑C supports the full line of Crestron touch screens, keypads, and wireless remotes for a user experience custom tailored to the specific requirements of each end‑user. Support for Crestron control apps and Crestron Fusion® software delivers the industry’s most powerful platform for remotely controlling, monitoring, and managing multiple rooms using computers and mobile devices.

        CEC Embedded Device Control

        For controlling third‑party AV devices, the DMPS3‑4K‑350‑C provides an alternative to conventional IR, RS‑232, and Ethernet by harnessing the CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) signal embedded in HDMI. Using CEC, many devices can be controlled right through their HDMI or HDBaseT connections, eliminating the need for any dedicated serial cables or IR emitters.

        Built‑in Ethernet Switch

        In addition to transporting digital video and audio, the DM 8G+ ports on the DMPS3‑4K‑350‑C can also extend Ethernet out to the display and source devices (via select DM transmitters and receivers), providing high‑speed connectivity for each room device that requires a LAN connection. Ethernet is also utilized internally by the Crestron control bus to manage each transmitter and receiver and provide device control.

        Dedicated Control Subnet

        The Crestron Control Subnet is a Gigabit Ethernet network dedicated to Crestron devices. Via the DMPS3‑4K‑350‑C’s Control Subnet port, a single touch screen or wireless gateway may be connected, or a Crestron PoE switch (sold separately) can be added to handle multiple touch screens, gateways, and other devices. PoE can be enabled at the Control Subnet port to power a single touch screen or other PoE powered device8 Auto‑configuration of the entire subnet is performed by the DMPS3‑4K‑350‑C, discovering each device and assigning IP addresses without any extra effort.

        Private Network Mode

        To streamline implementation on a corporate or university LAN, the DMPS3‑4K‑350‑C employs Private Network Mode, which requires just one IP address for the complete room system including all connected DM receivers and transmitters.

        Easy Setup

        Every step of the setup process is designed to be quick and easy. The front panel supports basic signal routing for easy testing and troubleshooting during installation. Simplified system configuration is enabled using .AV Framework, which is easily configurable via a computer web browser.2 Advanced configuration and adjustment is enabled through the front panel or a web browser. The front panel label strips can be customized using Crestron Engraver software or standard 3/8 in. tape labels, allowing for the clear designation of each input and output. Inputs and outputs may also be designated by name to appear on the LCD display when selected.

         
        Key Features
        • 9x4 AV switcher
        • 4K and Ultra HD video support
        • .AV Framework™ technology 
        • Built-in AirMedia® gateway (license required)
        • H.264 streaming video decoder
        • 4K/60 video scaling
        • DigitalMedia 8G+® technology compatible with the HDBaseT® standard
        • 6-channel microphone mixer
        • Audio digital signal processing (DSP)
        • Built in amplifier, 25 W/Ch @ 8 Ω stereo or 50 W @ 70/100V mono
        • Analog to HDMI audio embedding and de embedding
        • EDID format management
        • QuickSwitch HD™ technology
        • Auto-Locking® technology
        • USB signal routing
        • Integrated 3 Series® control system
        • CEC device control
        • Built-in Ethernet switch
        • Dedicated control subnet
        • PoDM+ and HDBaseT PoE+ power sourcing
        • Advanced setup and adjustment via a web browser
        • 3 RU, 19 in. rack mountable
        1. Enabling the onboard AirMedia gateway requires the purchase of one SW‑DMPS3‑AIRMEDIA license. To obtain the license or for any questions regarding AirMedia activation, please visit https://www.crestron.com/dmps‑airmedia‑activation. Wireless presentation using AirMedia requires an external wireless access point (not included). A wired Ethernet connection may also be used. AirMedia network traffic can be routed through the primary LAN port or isolated through the CONTENT LAN port. Performance quality for full‑motion video content is dependent upon network performance and sending device performance.
        2. Some features and functions described in this spec sheet may not be supported using .AV Framework. For a complete list of capabilities and options supported by .AV Framework, please visit: http://www.crestron.com/avframework.
        3. AirMedia wireless presentation requires a wired network connection between the AM-200 and an external Wi-Fi wireless access point (not included). Laptops may alternatively connect to AirMedia using a wired Ethernet connection. Full-motion video performance is dependent upon the performance of the network and the transmitting device. Computer client software and mobile device apps are available for download at https://www.crestron.com/airmedia.
        4. The streaming and AirMedia inputs are mutually exclusive. Only one or the other can be used at one time. Streaming network traffic can be routed through the primary LAN port or isolated through the CONTENT LAN port.
        5. HDMI connections require an appropriate adapter or interface cable to accommodate a DVI or Dual‑Mode DisplayPort signal. CBL‑HD‑DVI interface cables are available separately.
        6. The HDMI outputs do not pass 3D signals. On these outputs, 3D signals are automatically converted to 2D, then scaled and output as 2D. 3D signals can be passed through the DM 8G+ outputs.
        7. The maximum cable length for DigitalMedia 8G+ (DM 8G+) or HDBaseT is dependent upon the type of cable and resolution of the video signal. Refer to the “Maximum DM 8G+ Cable Lengths” table for a detailed overview. Shielded cable and connectors are recommended to safeguard against unpredictable environmental electrical noise which may impact performance at resolutions above 1080p. Refer to https://www.crestron.com/Products/Featured-Solutions/Digital-Media for complete system design guidelines. DM 8G+ is compatible with HDBaseT Alliance specifications for connecting to HDBaseT compliant equipment. All wire and cables are sold separately.
        8. Enabling PoDM and PoE power sourcing requires an external power supply, model PW‑5430DUS sold separately. Due to the inherent power loss that occurs over CATx cable, a maximum of 25.5 W is delivered at each PoDM+ or HDBaseT PoE+ powered device. Be aware that the CONTROL SUBNET port is limited to regular PoE (Class 0‑3), which delivers a maximum of 12.95 W to the powered device. Any wiring that is connected to a PoDM or PoE PSE port is for intra‑building use only and should not be connected to a line that runs outside of the building in which the PSE is located.
        9. Manages the routing of USB HID signals between peripheral DM devices that are equipped with USB HID ports. The USB ports onboard the DMPS3‑4K‑350‑C are not usable for USB signal routing. Also programmable to manage the routing of USB signals between Crestron USB over Ethernet Extender modules (DM‑NUX, sold separately). Refer to the DM-NUX spec sheet for more information.
        10. License required. The DMPS3‑4K‑350‑C supports a maximum of 500 BACnet objects when dedicated for BACnet use only. Actual capabilities are contingent upon the overall program size and complexity.

        This product may be purchased from select authorized Crestron dealers and distributors. To find a dealer or distributor, please contact the Crestron sales representative for your area. A list of sales representatives is available online at www.crestron.com/How-To-Buy/Find-a-Representative or contact us for additional information by visiting www.crestron.com/contact/our-locations for your local contact.

        The specific patents that cover Crestron products are listed online at: http://patents.crestron.com.

        Certain Crestron products contain open source software. For specific information, please visit http://www.crestron.com/opensource.

        Crestron, the Crestron logo, 3-Series, 3-Series Control System, AirMedia, Auto-Locking, .AV Framework, Cresnet, Crestron Connect It, Crestron Control, Crestron Fusion, DigitalMedia, DigitalMedia 8G, DigitalMedia 8G+, DM, DM 8G+, PinPoint, QuickSwitch HD, and Smart Graphics are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Crestron Electronics, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries.  BACnet is either a trademark or registered trademark of American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries.  Apple, iPad, iPhone, Mac, MacBook, and OS X are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the United States and/or other countries.  Blu-ray is either a trademark or registered trademark of the Blu-ray Disc Association in the United States and/or other countries.  IOS is either a trademark or registered trademark of Cisco Technology, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries.  Dolby, Dolby Atmos, and Dolby Digital are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories in the United States and/or other countries. DTS, DTS HD, and DTS:X are either trademarks or registered trademarks of DTS, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries.  Android is either a trademark or registered trademark of Google Inc. in the United States and/or other countries.  HDBaseT and the HDBaseT Alliance logo are either trademarks or registered trademarks of the HDBaseT Alliance in the United States and/or other countries.  HDMI and the HDMI Logo are either trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and/or other countries.  Microsoft, Excel, PowerPoint, and Windows are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.  Wi-Fi is either a trademark or registered trademark of Wi-Fi Alliance in the United States and/or other countries.  Other trademarks, registered trademarks, and trade names may be used in this document to refer to either the entities claiming the marks and names or their products. Crestron disclaims any proprietary interest in the marks and names of others. Crestron is not responsible for errors in typography or photography. Specifications are subject to change without notice. ©2024 Crestron Electronics, Inc.

         
        Operating System
        Crestron 3‑Series®; real‑time, preemptive, multi‑threaded/multitasking kernel; Transaction‑Safe Extended FAT file system; supports up to 10 simultaneously running programs; preloaded DMPS3 .AV Framework Base Program
        Memory
        SDRAM 512 MB
        Flash 4 GB
        Communications
        Ethernet 100/1000 Mbps, auto‑switching, auto‑negotiating, autodiscovery, full/half duplex, industry‑standard TCP/IP stack, UDP/IP, CIP, DHCP, SSL, TLS, SSH, SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol), FIPS 140‑2 compliant encryption, IEEE 802.1X, SNMP, BACnet™ connectivity and IP10, IPv4 or IPv6, Active Directory® authentication, IIS v.6.0 Web Server, SMTP e‑mail client, RSTP, Private Network Mode
        Control Subnet 100/1000 Mbps Ethernet, auto‑switching, autonegotiating, auto‑discovery, full/half duplex, DHCP server, DNS Server, port forwarding, Isolation Mode, IEEE 802.3at Type 1 compliant PoE PSE
        AirMedia1 (Via Ethernet) 100 Mbps, IPv4, DHCP, TLS, AES, mDNS, HTTPS web server
        Streaming (Via Ethernet) 100 Mbps, DHCP, H.264 decoding, MJPEG decoding, HDCP 2.2, RTP, RTSP, SDP
        Cresnet Cresnet master mode
        USB USB signal routing via select DM transmitters and receivers, or via USB‑EXT‑DM series extenders9; USB device port for computer console (setup)
        RS‑232 2‑way device control and monitoring up to 115.2k baud with hardware and software handshaking
        IR/Serial 1‑way device control via infrared up to 1.2 MHz or serial TTL/ RS‑232 (0‑5V) up to 115.2k baud
        DigitalMedia DM 8G+, HDCP 2.2, EDID, CEC, PoDM+8, Ethernet
        HDBaseT HDCP 2.2, EDID, CEC, RS‑232, PoE+8, Ethernet
        HDMI® HDCP 2.2, EDID, CEC

        NOTES:

        • Supports management of HDCP and EDID

        • Supports management of CEC between the connected HDMI and HDBaseT devices and the control system

        Video
        Switcher 9x4 matrix, Crestron QuickSwitch HD technology
        Scalers (HDMI outputs) (2) 4K video scalers with motion‑adaptive deinterlacing, intelligent frame rate conversion, Deep Color support, 3D to 2D conversion6, content‑adaptive noise reduction, and widescreen format selection (zoom, stretch, maintain aspect‑ratio, or 1:1)
        Input Signal Types HDMI w/Deep Color, 3D6, & 4K (DVI & Dual‑Mode DisplayPort compatible5) on Inputs 1‑6;
        DM 8G+ & HDBaseT w/Deep Color, 3D6, & 4K on Inputs 7 & 8;
        Streaming & AirMedia on Input 9 (LAN)
        Output Signal Types HDMI w/Deep Color & 4K (DVI compatible5) on Outputs 1 & 2;
        DM 8G+ & HDBaseT w/Deep Color, 3D, & 4K on Outputs 3 & 4
        Maximum Resolutions
        Scan Type Resolution Frame Rate Color Sampling Color Depth
        Progressive 4096x2160 DCI 4K & 3840x2160 4K UHD 24 Hz 4:4:4 30 bit
        30 Hz 4:4:4 24 bit
        30 Hz 4:2:2 36 bit
        60 Hz 4:2:0 24 bit
        2560x1600 WQXGA 60 Hz 4:4:4 36 bit
        1920x1080 HD1080p 60 Hz 4:4:4 36 bit
        Interlaced
        (excluded on HDMI outputs)
        1920x1080 HD1080i 30 Hz 4:4:4 36 bit

        NOTES:

        • Common resolutions are shown. Other custom resolutions are supported at pixel clock rates up to 300 MHz.

        • Interlaced video is not supported on the HDMI outputs

        Streaming Decoder
        Video Formats H.264 (MPEG‑4 part 10 AVC), MJPEG
        Audio Format AAC stereo
        Bitrates Up to 25 Mbps
        Resolutions Up to 1080p60
        AirMedia 1
        Users Supports up to 32 users (presentation device connections)
        Client Software OS Support Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Mac® OS X® (versions 10.10 through 10.13)
        Client Software Video Frame Rate 30 fps
        Mobile App OS Support Apple® iOS®, Android
        Full Screen Device Mirroring Shares the screen image and audio from an Apple iOS, Android, Mac OS X, or Windows device
        Resolutions 800x600@60 Hz, 1024x768@60 Hz, 1280x720@60 Hz, 1280x768@60 Hz, 1280x800@60 Hz, 1280x1024@60 Hz, 1360x768@60 Hz, 1400x1050@60 Hz, 1440x900@60 Hz, 1600x1200@60 Hz, 1920x1080@60 Hz, 1920x1200@60 Hz
        Audio Format Stereo
        Audio – General
        Switcher/Mixer 14x5 stereo source matrix switcher, digital & analog source inputs, streaming & AirMedia source input, 6‑channel gated mic mixer w/DSP, independent mixer per analog output (6‑ch mic + 1 stereo source), independent stereo DSP per analog output, integrated power amplifier, two independent digital output mixers (6‑ch mic + 1 stereo source), 2x1 digital output mix selector per digital output
        Analog‑To‑Digital Conversion 24‑bit 48 kHz
        Digital‑To‑Analog Conversion 24‑bit 48 kHz
        Frequency Response, Digital & Analog Line Outputs 20 Hz to 20 kHz ±0.5 dB (digital source);
        20 Hz to 20 kHz ±0.5 dB (analog line source);
        20 Hz to 20 kHz ±0.7 dB (microphone source)
        Frequency Response, Speaker Output 20 Hz to 20 kHz ±1 dB @ 25 W into 8 Ω;
        100 Hz to 20 kHz ±2.5 dB @ 70 or 100V
        S/N Ratio, Digital & Analog Line Outputs >108 dB, 1 kHz, A‑weighted (digital source);
        >103 dB, 1 kHz, A‑weighted (analog line source)
        S/N Ratio, Speaker Output 98 dB @ 25 W into 8 Ω, 1 kHz, A‑weighted;
        96 dB @ 25 W into 4 Ω, 1 kHz, A‑weighted
        THD+N, Digital & Analog Line Outputs <0.002%, 20 Hz to 20 kHz (digital source);
        <0.005%, 20 Hz to 20 kHz (analog line source);
        <0.05%, 20 Hz to 20 kHz (microphone source)
        THD+N, Speaker Output <0.1%, 1 kHz @ 25 W into 4 or 8 Ω;
        <0.7%, 20 Hz to 20 kHz @ 25 W into 4 or 8 Ω
        Stereo Separation, Digital & Analog Line Outputs >108 dB (digital source);
        >103 dB (analog source)
        Stereo Separation, Speaker Output >65 dB @ 25 W, 1 kHz
        Channel Separation, Digital Outputs >108 dB (digital source);
        >103 dB (analog source)
        Channel Separation, Analog Line Outputs >103 dB
        Speaker Output Modes 4 Ω/8 Ω stereo, 70V mono, or 100V mono
        Speaker Amplifier Output Power 25 W RMS per channel @ 4 or 8 Ω;
        50 W RMS @ 70 or 100V
        Audio – Microphone Inputs
        Applies to 6 microphone input channels (Mic/Line 1 – 6):
        Input Signal Types Mono analog mic or line level
        Phantom Power Enable/Disable per channel
        Gain 0 to +60 dB gain adjustment in 3 dB increments, plus mute
        Delay 0.0 to 85.0 ms
        EQ Center Frequencies 50 to 200 Hz (Band 1), 200 to 800 Hz (Band 2), 800 to 3.2k Hz (Band 3), 3.2k to 12.8k Hz (Band 4)
        EQ Gain ±12.0 dB per band
        High‑Pass Filter On or Off
        Gating Threshold ‑80 to 0 dB
        Gating Depth (Attenuation) ‑80 to 0 dB
        Gating Attack 1 to 250 ms
        Gating Release 1 to 1000 ms
        Compression Threshold ‑80 to 0 dB
        Compression Ratio 1:1 to 10:1
        Compression Attack 1 to 250 ms
        Compression Release 1 to 1000 ms
        Compression Curve Hard or soft knee
        Audio – Source Inputs
        Input Signal Types HDMI (Dual‑Mode DisplayPort compatible5) on Inputs 1‑6;
        DM 8G+ & HDBaseT on Inputs 7 & 8;
        Streaming & AirMedia on Input 9 (LAN);
        Analog 2‑channel on Aud In 1‑5
        Analog Formats Stereo 2‑channel
        Digital Formats Dolby Digital®, Dolby Digital EX, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby® TrueHD, Dolby Atmos®, DTS®, DTS-ES, DTS 96/24, DTS HD® High Res, DTS-HD Master Audio, DTS:X®, LPCM up to 8 channels
        Input Compensation ±10.0 dB, adjustable per input
        Audio – Analog Line & Speaker Outputs
        Applies to Program Out, Speaker Outputs, and Aux Out 1 – 2
        Output Signal Format Stereo
        Mic 1 – 6 ‑80 to +10 dB level adjustment range, plus mute and pan
        Mic Master ‑80 to +10 dB level adjustment range, plus mute
        Source ‑80 to +10 dB level adjustment range, plus mute and balance
        Master Volume ‑80 to +10 dB level adjustment range, plus mute and mono
        Mixer Presets 1 through 5
        Bass ±12.0 dB
        Treble ±12.0 dB
        Equalization 10‑band graphic + 4‑band parametric
        GEQ Center Frequencies 31.5, 63, 125, 250, 500, 1k, 2k, 4k, 8k, and 16k Hz
        GEQ Gain ±12.0 dB per band
        PEQ Center Frequencies 10 to 22000 Hz per band
        PEQ Gain ‑36.0 to +24.0 dB per band
        PEQ Bandwidth 0.02 to 3.50 octaves per band
        PEQ Types Parametric, High Pass, Low Pass, High Shelf, Low Shelf, Notch
        Delay 0.0 to 85.0 ms
        Limiter Threshold ‑80 to 0 dB
        Limiter Ratio 1:1 to 10:1
        Limiter Attack 1 to 250 ms
        Limiter Hold 1 to 200 ms
        Limiter Release 1 to 1000 ms
        Limiter Curve Hard or soft knee
        EQ Presets 1 through 10 (includes Delay and Limiter settings)
        Audio – Digital Outputs
        Output Signal Types HDMI (DVI compatible5) on Outputs 1 & 2;
        DM 8G+ & HDBaseT on Outputs 3 & 4
        Formats Dolby Digital®, Dolby Digital EX, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby® TrueHD, Dolby Atmos®, DTS®, DTS-ES, DTS 96/24, DTS HD® High Res, DTS-HD Master Audio, DTS:X®, LPCM up to 8 channels
        Digital Output Mix Select 1 – 2 Selects which mix is routed to the corresponding output
        Digital output mixer options (per mix):
        Mic 1 – 6 ‑80 to +10 dB level adjustment range, plus mute and pan
        Mic Master ‑80 to +10 dB level adjustment range, plus mute
        Source ‑80 to +10 dB level adjustment range, plus mute and balance
        Master Volume ‑80 to +10 dB level adjustment range, plus mute
        Mixer Presets 1 through 5
        Connectors – Audio/Video Inputs
        AUD IN 1 – 5 (5) 5‑pin 3.5 mm detachable terminal blocks
        Balanced/unbalanced stereo line‑level analog audio inputs;
        Input Impedance: 24 kΩ balanced/unbalanced;
        Maximum Input Level: 4Vrms balanced, 2Vrms unbalanced
        MC1/LN1 – MC6/LN6 (6) 5‑pin 3.5 mm detachable terminal blocks;
        Comprises (6) balanced microphone/line audio inputs;
        Mic Input Level: ‑60 to 0 dBV, 1Vrms maximum;
        Balanced Line Input Level: ‑31 to +11 dBV, 3.7Vrms maximum;
        Unbalanced Line Input Level: ‑37 to +5 dBV, 1.85Vrms maximum;
        Mic Input Impedance: 3.9 kΩ balanced;
        Line Input Impedance: 19 kΩ balanced, 9.5 kΩ unbalanced;
        Phantom Power: +48VDC, software enabled/disabled per channel
        HDMI 1 – 6 
        INPUTS
        (6) HDMI Type A connectors, female;
        Digital video/audio inputs;
        (DVI and Dual‑Mode DisplayPort compatible 5)
        DM INPUT 7 – 8 (2) 8‑pin RJ45 connectors, female, shielded;
        DM 8G+ inputs, HDBaseT compliant;
        PoDM+ PSE ports (HDBaseT PoE+ compatible) 8;
        Each connects to the DM 8G+ output of a DM transmitter or other DM device, or to an HDBaseT device, via CAT5e, Crestron DM‑CBL‑8G, or Crestron DM‑CBL‑ULTRA cable7
        Connectors – Audio/Video Outputs
        SPEAKER OUTPUT 4Ω/8Ω L – R (2) 2‑pin 7.62 mm 15A detachable terminal blocks;
        4‑8 Ω stereo speaker‑level audio output;
        Wire Size: Terminals accept up to 14 AWG (2.5 mm²);
        Output Power: 25 W RMS per channel stereo at 4 or 8 Ω
        SPEAKER OUTPUT
        70/100V

        (1) 2‑pin 7.62 mm 15A detachable terminal block;
        Transformer‑isolated 70 or 100V mono speaker‑level audio output;
        Wire Size: Terminals accept up to 14 AWG (2.5 mm²);
        Output Power: 50 W RMS mono at 70 or 100V

        NOTE: The 4Ω/8 Ω and 70/100V outputs are mutually exclusive

        PROG OUT (1) 5‑pin 3.5 mm detachable terminal block;
        Balanced/unbalanced stereo line‑level audio output;
        Output Impedance: 200 Ω balanced, 100 Ω unbalanced;
        Maximum Output Level: 4Vrms balanced, 2Vrms unbalanced
        AUX OUT 1 – 2 (2) 5‑pin 3.5 mm detachable terminal blocks;
        Balanced/unbalanced stereo line‑level audio outputs;
        Output Impedance: 200 Ω balanced, 100 Ω unbalanced;
        Maximum Output Level: 4Vrms balanced, 2Vrms unbalanced
        HDMI 1 – 2 OUTPUTS (2) HDMI Type A connectors, female;
        Digital video/audio outputs;
        (DVI compatible5)
        DM OUTPUT 3 – 4 (2) 8‑pin RJ45 connectors, female, shielded;
        DM 8G+ outputs, HDBaseT compliant;
        PoDM+ PSE ports (HDBaseT PoE+ compatible)8;
        Each connects to the DM 8G+ input of a DM receiver or other DM device, or to an HDBaseT device, via CAT5e, DM‑CBL‑8G or DM‑CBL‑ULTRA cable7 (sold separately)
        Connectors – Networking, Control, & Power
        IR/SERIAL OUT 1 – 4 (4) 2‑pin 3.5 mm detachable terminal blocks;
        IR/Serial output ports;
        IR output up to 1.2 MHz;
        1‑way serial TTL/RS‑232 (0‑5V) up to 115.2k baud
        IR IN (1) 3‑pin 3.5 mm detachable terminal block;
        Allows control from IR wireless remotes using RC‑5 command set
        INPUT 1 – 4 (1) 5‑pin 3.5 mm detachable terminal block;
        Comprises (4) programmable digital inputs;
        Input Voltage Range: 0 to 24VDC, referenced to GND;
        Logic Threshold: 2.5VDC nominal with 1V hysteresis band;
        Input Impedance: 10 kΩ at >5V, 1 MΩ at <5V;
        Pull‑up Resistor: 2.2 kΩ per input
        RELAY 1 – 4 (1) 8‑pin 3.5 mm detachable terminal block;
        Comprises (4) normally open, isolated relays;
        Rated 1A, 30VAC/VDC;
        MOV arc suppression across contacts
        COM A – B (2) DB9 connectors, male;
        Bidirectional RS‑232 ports;
        Up to 115.2k baud, hardware and software handshaking support
        NET (4) 4‑pin 3.5 mm detachable terminal blocks;
        Cresnet Master ports, paralleled;
        Available Cresnet Power: 10 W
        PoDM+ INPUT PWR (1) Combo D‑Sub 7w2 connector, male;
        48VDC power input for PoDM power supply8;
        Enables PoDM+ power sourcing on each DM INPUT/OUTPUT port;
        Enables PoE power sourcing on the CONTROL SUBNET port
        SERVICE (1) USB Type B connector, female;
        For factory use only
        100‑240V~ 6.0A 50/60Hz (1) IEC 60320 C14 main power inlet;
        Mates with removable power cord, included
        G (1) 6‑32 screw;
        Chassis ground lug
        CONTENT LAN IN 9 (1) 8‑pin RJ45 connector, female;
        10Base‑T/100Base‑TX Ethernet port;
        Provides a dedicated LAN connection for streaming input & AirMedia1
        CONTROL SUBNET (1) 8‑pin RJ45 connector, female;
        10Base‑T/100Base‑TX/1000Base‑T Ethernet port;
        PoE PSE (Power Sourcing Equipment) port8;
        Provides a dedicated local network for Crestron devices
        LAN (1) 8‑pin RJ45 connector, female;
        10Base‑T/100Base‑TX/1000Base‑T Ethernet port
        COMPUTER (front) (1) USB Type B connector, female;
        USB computer console port (for setup only)
        Controls & Indicators
        PWR (1) Green LED, indicates operating power supplied from AC power line
        NET (1) Yellow LED, indicates Cresnet bus activity
        LAN (1) Yellow LED, indicates Ethernet activity
        HW‑R (1) Recessed pushbutton for hardware reset, reboots the control system
        SW‑R (1) Recessed pushbutton for software reset, restarts the software program
        LCD Display (1) Green LCD alphanumeric; adjustable backlight; 2 lines x 20 characters per line; displays input/outputs by name, volume levels, setup menus, signal routing, device info, and other system information
        SOFTKEYS (4) Pushbuttons for activation of LCD driven functions and passcode entry
        MENU (1) Pushbutton, steps menu back one level
        Λ, V (2) Pushbuttons, for scrolling up or down through the menu and adjusting menu parameters
        ENTER (1) Pushbutton, executes the highlighted menu or value
        VOLUME (1) Continuous turn rotary encoder, adjusts menu parameters;
        Defaults to Program audio volume control
        MUTE (1) Pushbutton and red LED, mutes the Program audio output
        INFO (1) Pushbutton and red LED;
        Selects INFO mode to view AV and device info
        ROUTE (1) Pushbutton and red LED;
        Selects ROUTE mode to allow routing changes
        VIEW (1) Pushbutton and red LED;
        Selects VIEW mode to view current routing
        INPUT 1 – 9 (9) Pushbuttons and red LEDs;
        Selects the corresponding video input for routing
        OUTPUT 1 – 4, PROG, AUX 1 – 2 (7) Pushbuttons and red LEDs;
        Selects the corresponding video or audio output for routing
        SPEAKER OUTPUT (rear) (1) 3‑position slide switch;
        Selects amplifier output configuration
        DM INPUT 7 – 8 (rear) (4) LEDs, (2) green and (2) amber;
        Green LEDs indicate DM link status, amber LEDs indicate video and HDCP signal presence for each corresponding port
        DM OUTPUT 3 – 4 (rear) (4) LEDs, (2) green and (2) amber;
        Green LEDs indicate DM link status, amber LEDs indicate video and HDCP signal presence for each corresponding port
        CONTENT LAN IN 9 (rear) (2) LEDs, (1) green and (1) amber, for indication of Ethernet speed, activity, and link status
        CONTROL SUBNET (rear) (2) LEDs, (1) green and (1) amber, for indication of Ethernet speed, activity, and link status
        LAN (rear) (2) LEDs, (1) green and (1) amber, for indication of Ethernet speed, activity, and link status
        Power
        Main Power 6A @ 100‑240VAC, 50/60 Hz
        Power Consumption 93 W typical;
        72 W idle
        Available Cresnet Power 10 W
        Power over DM (PoDM) IEEE 802.3at compliant PoDM+ PSE (Power Sourcing Equipment), each DM INPUT/OUTPUT port supplies up to 30 W to power one PoDM (Class 0‑3) or PoDM+ (Class 4) PD (Powered Device)8
        Power over HDBaseT IEEE 802.3at PoE+ compliant PSE, each DM INPUT/OUTPUT port supplies up to 30 W to power one HDBaseT PoE or PoE+ PD8
        Power over Ethernet (PoE) IEEE 802.3at compliant PoE PSE (Power Sourcing Equipment), the CONTROL SUBNET port supplies up to 15.4 W to power one PoE (Class 0‑3) PD (Powered Device)8
        PoDM Power Supply Compatible with model PW‑5430DUS (sold separately)
        Environmental
        Temperature 41° to 104° F (5° to 40° C)
        Humidity 10% to 90% RH (non‑condensing)
        Heat Dissipation 317 BTU/hr typical;
        246 BTU/hr idle
        Enclosure
        Chassis Metal, fan‑cooled, vented sides
        Front Panel Metal, black finish with polycarbonate label overlay
        Mounting Freestanding or 3 RU 19 in. rack‑mountable (adhesive feet and rack ears included)
        Dimensions
        Height 5.20 in. (133 mm) without feet
        Width 17.28 in. (439 mm);
        19.00 in. (483 mm) with rack ears
        Depth 15.75 in. (400 mm)
        Weight
        15.5 lb (7.1 kg)
        Compliance
        UL Listed for US & Canada, IC, CE, FCC Part 15 Class A digital device
        Maximum DM 8G+ Cable Lengths
        Resolution DM‑CBL‑ULTRA DM® Ultra Cable DM‑CBL‑8G DM 8G® Cable CAT5e (or better)7
        1080p60 Full HD 330 ft
        (100 m)
        330 ft
        (100 m)
        330 ft
        (100 m)
        1920x1200 WUXGA
        1600x1200 UXGA
        2048x1080 DCI 2K
        2560x1440 WQHD 230 ft
        (70 m)
        165 ft
        (50 m)
        2560x1600 WQXGA
        3840x2160 4K UHD
        4096x2160 DCI 4K
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        1. Enabling the onboard AirMedia gateway requires the purchase of one SW‑DMPS3‑AIRMEDIA license. To obtain the license or for any questions regarding AirMedia activation, please visit https://www.crestron.com/dmps‑airmedia‑activation. Wireless presentation using AirMedia requires an external wireless access point (not included). A wired Ethernet connection may also be used. AirMedia network traffic can be routed through the primary LAN port or isolated through the CONTENT LAN port. Performance quality for full‑motion video content is dependent upon network performance and sending device performance.
        2. Some features and functions described in this spec sheet may not be supported using .AV Framework. For a complete list of capabilities and options supported by .AV Framework, please visit: http://www.crestron.com/avframework.
        3. AirMedia wireless presentation requires a wired network connection between the AM-200 and an external Wi-Fi wireless access point (not included). Laptops may alternatively connect to AirMedia using a wired Ethernet connection. Full-motion video performance is dependent upon the performance of the network and the transmitting device. Computer client software and mobile device apps are available for download at https://www.crestron.com/airmedia.
        4. The streaming and AirMedia inputs are mutually exclusive. Only one or the other can be used at one time. Streaming network traffic can be routed through the primary LAN port or isolated through the CONTENT LAN port.
        5. HDMI connections require an appropriate adapter or interface cable to accommodate a DVI or Dual‑Mode DisplayPort signal. CBL‑HD‑DVI interface cables are available separately.
        6. The HDMI outputs do not pass 3D signals. On these outputs, 3D signals are automatically converted to 2D, then scaled and output as 2D. 3D signals can be passed through the DM 8G+ outputs.
        7. The maximum cable length for DigitalMedia 8G+ (DM 8G+) or HDBaseT is dependent upon the type of cable and resolution of the video signal. Refer to the “Maximum DM 8G+ Cable Lengths” table for a detailed overview. Shielded cable and connectors are recommended to safeguard against unpredictable environmental electrical noise which may impact performance at resolutions above 1080p. Refer to https://www.crestron.com/Products/Featured-Solutions/Digital-Media for complete system design guidelines. DM 8G+ is compatible with HDBaseT Alliance specifications for connecting to HDBaseT compliant equipment. All wire and cables are sold separately.
        8. Enabling PoDM and PoE power sourcing requires an external power supply, model PW‑5430DUS sold separately. Due to the inherent power loss that occurs over CATx cable, a maximum of 25.5 W is delivered at each PoDM+ or HDBaseT PoE+ powered device. Be aware that the CONTROL SUBNET port is limited to regular PoE (Class 0‑3), which delivers a maximum of 12.95 W to the powered device. Any wiring that is connected to a PoDM or PoE PSE port is for intra‑building use only and should not be connected to a line that runs outside of the building in which the PSE is located.
        9. Manages the routing of USB HID signals between peripheral DM devices that are equipped with USB HID ports. The USB ports onboard the DMPS3‑4K‑350‑C are not usable for USB signal routing. Also programmable to manage the routing of USB signals between Crestron USB over Ethernet Extender modules (DM‑NUX, sold separately). Refer to the DM-NUX spec sheet for more information.
        10. License required. The DMPS3‑4K‑350‑C supports a maximum of 500 BACnet objects when dedicated for BACnet use only. Actual capabilities are contingent upon the overall program size and complexity.

        This product may be purchased from select authorized Crestron dealers and distributors. To find a dealer or distributor, please contact the Crestron sales representative for your area. A list of sales representatives is available online at www.crestron.com/How-To-Buy/Find-a-Representative or contact us for additional information by visiting www.crestron.com/contact/our-locations for your local contact.

        The specific patents that cover Crestron products are listed online at: http://patents.crestron.com.

        Certain Crestron products contain open source software. For specific information, please visit http://www.crestron.com/opensource.

        Crestron, the Crestron logo, 3-Series, 3-Series Control System, AirMedia, Auto-Locking, .AV Framework, Cresnet, Crestron Connect It, Crestron Control, Crestron Fusion, DigitalMedia, DigitalMedia 8G, DigitalMedia 8G+, DM, DM 8G+, PinPoint, QuickSwitch HD, and Smart Graphics are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Crestron Electronics, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries.  BACnet is either a trademark or registered trademark of American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries.  Apple, iPad, iPhone, Mac, MacBook, and OS X are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the United States and/or other countries.  Blu-ray is either a trademark or registered trademark of the Blu-ray Disc Association in the United States and/or other countries.  IOS is either a trademark or registered trademark of Cisco Technology, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries.  Dolby, Dolby Atmos, and Dolby Digital are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories in the United States and/or other countries. DTS, DTS HD, and DTS:X are either trademarks or registered trademarks of DTS, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries.  Android is either a trademark or registered trademark of Google Inc. in the United States and/or other countries.  HDBaseT and the HDBaseT Alliance logo are either trademarks or registered trademarks of the HDBaseT Alliance in the United States and/or other countries.  HDMI and the HDMI Logo are either trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and/or other countries.  Microsoft, Excel, PowerPoint, and Windows are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.  Wi-Fi is either a trademark or registered trademark of Wi-Fi Alliance in the United States and/or other countries.  Other trademarks, registered trademarks, and trade names may be used in this document to refer to either the entities claiming the marks and names or their products. Crestron disclaims any proprietary interest in the marks and names of others. Crestron is not responsible for errors in typography or photography. Specifications are subject to change without notice. ©2024 Crestron Electronics, Inc.

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