Just Add Power to Participate in 2022 CEDIA Tech Summits

The AV-Over-IP Leader Will Feature Its Award-Winning Solutions, Including Its MaxColor 4K60 Series of Transmitters and Receivers


SEMINOLE, Fla. — March 3, 2022 — Just Add Power, a leader in AV-over-IP distribution, will be on hand at this year’s North American CEDIA Tech Summits. These one-day events will allow industry professionals to learn, network, and meet manufacturers. During the events, attendees will see a demonstration of the MaxColor 4K60 Series of transmitters and receivers as well as hear about the company’s latest AV-over-IP solutions that are taking the residential install community by storm — including the Field-Modifiable KVM Transmitters and VBS-HDIP-737POE 3G Warp Engine video wall transmitter and receiver.


“Community has never been more important for continuing to propel our industry forward,” said Taft Stricklin, sales team manager at Just Add Power. “We’re dedicated to answering questions and helping this community rock 2022 and beyond. The CEDIA Tech Summits are a great opportunity for us to support and educate our installers on a local level.”


Just Add Power will be present at the following North American CEDIA Summits:

  • March 15, Long Island, New York
  • March 17, Newark, New Jersey
  • April 12, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • April 14, Washington, D.C.
  • May 24, Atlanta, Georgia
  • May 26, Charlotte, North Carolina
  • Sept. 8, Toronto, Canada
  • Oct. 18, Denver, Colorado
  • Nov. 1, Irvine, California
  • Nov. 3. Woodland Hills, California
  • Dec. 6, Tampa, Florida
  • Dec. 8, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Available now for preorder and shipping later in Q1, the MaxColor 4K60 Series is a new award-winning transmitter and receiver that provides integrators with an affordable and scalable 4K UHD distribution platform to natively support today’s 4K source content with high frame rates over existing network infrastructures. The MaxColor transmitter and receiver support 4K60 from source to screen, allowing end-users to play UHD video from the growing number of 4K sources and devices now available. With MaxColor 4K60, video at 36-bit color and 4:4:4 chroma can be distributed over existing Cat5/Cat6 cable, eliminating the expense of upgrading to fiber and buying costly network switches. In addition, the transmitter and receiver support MPEG downstreaming for connected devices, such as a laptop or tablet.


Now available, Just Add Power’s new 718KVM and 749KVM transmitters were built in response to the incredible customer demand for the company’s 718AVP and 749AVP transmitters at a time when the solutions’ Dolby downmixing chipset is in short supply. The transmitters support keyboard, video, and mouse (KVM), as well as stereo audio breakout right out of the box. The transmitters will be field-modifiable in the future to have all features of the 718AVP/749AVP, once chips become more readily available. This strategy will protect dealer investments and give them a path toward full AVP performance.


With the Warp Engine, installers can rotate any HDMI source — cable boxes, media players, game systems, cameras, and more — in a Just Add Power matrix in 0.1-degree increments in real time for incredibly low latency. The rotated image can then be sent to an unlimited number of receivers in the network, allowing for the creation of massive artistic video walls using a single Warp Engine. Fully HDCP-2.2-compliant, the unit can be added to any Just Add Power 3G or 2G/3G system running the Just OS platform.


More information on Just Add Power and its products is available at www.justaddpower.com.