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A&H expands AHM control options

A&H expands AHM control options

A&H expands AHM control options

Allen & Heath has added AHM control options with Crestron and AMX drivers

Allen & Heath has released new drivers for its AHM-64 matrix processor to facilitate control from Crestron and AMX. The drivers add existing control options, including IP hardware controllers and wall plates, GPIO interfaces and Allen & Heath’s BYOD-friendly Custom Control App. Based on the TCP/IP control protocol for the AHM-64, the drivers enable integration with control systems. They also offer modules for all key routing parameters and represent a starting point for building user interfaces in various installations. Control elements include levels and mutes for input and output channels, crosspoint levels and mutes together with preset recall. An AHM-64 driver for the Kramer control platform is also available.

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