QSC announced the release of the NV-32-H (Core Capable) native network video endpoint for the Q-SYS Ecosystem, which now allows you to toggle between “Core Mode,” which transforms the device into a fully capable Q-SYS processor with local HDMI switching capabilities, and its existing “Peripheral Mode,” which is designed for network HDMI video distribution over standard AV networks.
The new Core Mode on the NV-32-H offers a fully featured audio processing engine for the Q-SYS Ecosystem, including 32×32 network audio channels, eight AEC channels, one VoIP softphone instance and optional support for Software-based Dante. It also features a software-based control engine allowing for control integration for native Q-SYS devices as well as third-party connected devices. Additionally, as the new NV-32-H (Core Capable) is specially intended to support in-room video collaboration spaces, it also offers an integrated 3×2 video switch for locally connected HDMI sources.
Peripheral Mode toggles the device into a multistream network video endpoint for HDMI video encoding/decoding for video distribution for the Q-SYS Ecosystem. This mode allows video distribution needs within larger collaboration spaces to strike a balance between quality, latency and network efficiency.
In either Core Mode or Peripheral Mode, the NV-32-H (Core Capable) offers simplified integration for web conferencing applications like Microsoft Teams Rooms, Zoom and Google Hangouts Meet. This devices act as a plug-and-play access point for USB delivery of Q-SYS audio and conference room cameras.