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Q-Sys gets to the endpoint

Q-Sys gets to the endpoint

Q-Sys gets to the endpoint

QSC has released time-saving integrated plug-ins for its Q-Sys system

The latest batch of Q-Sys Control plug-ins from QSC provide native control integration for some of the most popular meeting room endpoints. The drag-and-drop integrated plug-ins have been designed to save time for AV integrators, programmers and consultants, and are available through the Q-Sys Designer Asset Manager portal within the Q-Sys Designer Software.

The Audix Dante/AES67 Microphone interface plug-in allows for the configuration of the Audix Dante/AES67 Microphone Interface within a Q-Sys environment. It lets users adjust microphone gain, add a low- or high-pass filter, program LED functions and monitor connection status. Audio signals from the microphone interfaces enter the Q-Sys Ecosystem natively via AES67 or a Q-Sys Software-based Dante licence.

The Sennheiser SpeechLine Digital Wireless System plug-in enables configuration and monitoring of the Sennheiser system, including RF signal, battery level and transmitter audio level, with the ability to mute/unmute microphone, add low-cut filter, change sound profile and pair devices.

A Mersive Solstice enables connectivity and configuration for generation 2.0 and 3.0 Mersive Solstice Pod devices, giving users control from the same UCI as their in-room AV controls.

A ViewSonic LFD control plug-in provides full remote-control functionality for ViewSonic’s large-format displays, such as power on/off, source/channel select, volume control and settings via Q-Sys touchscreen controllers.

Other plug-ins offer Q-Sys functionality for Roku streaming or Roku TV devices, SurgeX Axess Elite power conditioning management systems, Dataprobe iPIO Ethernet I/O devices and the JuiceGooseiP 1520 Power Controller.

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