Lexair Entertainment is pleased to announce that they are the new Australian distributor for DMXking. Designed and Manufactured in New Zealand, DMXking focusses solely on DMX512 products, with high quality and high specification being their calling card.
“We first used DMXking products for LED pixel control projects as a solution with Green Hippo Media Servers” said Tony Lukeman, Product Manager at Lexair. “The LeDMX4 Pro drivers which each have the capacity to run up to 8,160 RGB pixels or 16 universes of DMX over ArtNet or sACN are an ideal way to harness some of the hundreds of universes available per server with Hippo V4’s pixel mapper. We have been really impressed at how versatile and intuitive the DMXking network configuration software is and we’ve barely scratched the surface of what they’re capable of.”
Across the range DMXking’s products tick all the boxes for functionality that the Australian market demands. Their LED pixel control products are unique in their level of functionality alongside user configurable USB-DMX devices that support the Enttec Pro protocol and a range of Ethernet DMX Nodes with flexible ArtNet, sACN, RDM, a plethora of DMX merging functionality and onboard show recording.
DMXking’s Managing Director Jason Kyle is excited to be represented in the Australian market after some time. “For many years we’ve wanted an Australian distributor but have never found the right company. I’m very pleased that Lexair approached us and I look forward to a productive relationship” he said.
“Being able to offer such a feature packed range which competes with the big names on specification but priced to beat the lesser known brands is a win-win for us” commented Tony further. “Best of all DMXking is developed, manufactured and supported by a great team in Auckland, New Zealand. Being an owner operated company ourselves we love to work with other small companies to grow our businesses together.”
If you’d like to know more about DMXking please contact Lexair on 0477 539 222 or email@example.com.
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