DGX Audio

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  • AMX
  • 3000 Research Drive, Richardson, TX 75082, USA
  • Official website
  • service@amx.com
  • 800 222 0193
  • 469 624 7153

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Equipment[add model]

DGX Audio manufactures or has manufactured the following equipment (click to expand models list):

Dynamic Speakers
 
Solid State Amplifiers
 

General information [contribute]

DGX Audio web site (October 21, 2009): AMX hardware and software solutions simplify the way people interact with technology. With the increasing number of technologies and operating platforms at work and home, AMX solves the complexity of managing this technology with reliable, consistent and scalable systems. Our award-winning products span control and automation, switching, distributed audio and video, and technology management. They are implemented worldwide in conference rooms, homes, classrooms, network operation / command centers, hotels, entertainment venues, broadcast facilities, among others.

History[contribute]

DGX Audio web site (October 21, 2009):

2008 Opens London Showroom and Office.Opens "AMX Device Discovery Center" Showroom and Office in Las Vegas.Named A "Best Place to Work in America" for Third Year in a Row.Acquires Video Content Management Company, Launches IPTV Solution.Opens Showroom in New York City's Legendary Times Square.Continues its International Expansion with Operations in India and Northern Asia.Harnesses VoIP Technology to Add Telephony to its Control Systems

2007 Strengthened International Operations Into Asia Pacific and Opened Direct Office in Central Europe.Rashid Skaf Named "Corporate CEO of the Year."Acquires UK-Based ProCon Technology, Adds Affordable Solutions for Simple Room Control, Audio/Video Switching.Develops World's First Communicating Thermostat with Color Display, Weather Forecasting.Expands Product Offering With Its First Door Communication and Entry System.Introduces New Signature Series NetLinx Controller.Launches New Multi-Room Distributed Audio and Keypad Lines.Unveils Next-Generation Modero ViewPoint.AMX Named A "Best Place to Work in America" for Second Year in a Row.Expands Digital Signage Offering with Acquisition of Inspiration Matters.Launches World's First RFID Solution for Integrated Control Systems.Named A "Best Place to Work" in Dallas-Fort Worth for Fourth Year in a Row.

2006 Named A "Best Place To Work" In Dallas-Fort Worth For Third Year In A Row.Named A "Best Place to Work in America" by Society for Human Resource Management.Launches Redesigned, Simplified and Expanded Corporate Website.Introduces Industry's First System Design Library.Certifies More Than 350 Products RoHS Compliant in Support of EU Green Initiative.Named One of the Top 25 Best Places to Work in the U.S.Adds ZigBee Mesh Networking Products To Control System Line; Unveils First ZigBee-Enabled Handheld Remote With Touch Panel Functionality.Integrates Intercom with VoIP Into Modero Touch Panel Line.Acquires Endeleo, A Manufacturer of Media Distribution Technologies.Acquires AutoPatch, Adds Signal Switching and Routing To Product Portfolio.Acquires Matrix Audio Designs, Enters Multi-Room Distributed Audio Market.

2005 Awarded first place in Best Places to WorkŁ in Dallas/Ft. Worth.Rashid Skaf becomes AMX President and CEO.VisualArchitect system design platform introduced to simplify programming and allow dealers to generate more revenue in less time.Major industry manufacturers begin signing up to embed Dynamic Device Discovery Protocol into their products.

2004 Named one of the "Best Places to Work" in Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas.Bob Carroll named "Corporate CEO of The Year."Demonstrating the company's support of open standards, AMX launches the Duet dual-interpreter platform, further easing integration for AMX dealers.Reports strongest quarterly revenue and earnings in company history.AMX Amenities Solution launched to provide residents of high end condos a host of services at the touch of a button.

2003 NetLinx Integrated Controllers are introduced featuring ultra-fast processing, reliable networking, and sizeable onboard memory.MAX by AMX Digital Media Servers launched to allow users to design, store, manage, distribute and protect audio and video data.Resource Management Suite software introduced to enable customers to manage and control resources and services.Widescreen and Wireless Modero Touch Panels introduced.

2002 Launches Modero line of Touch Panels. Defined as the "controlling force," the Modero line would become the flagship of the AMX product family.Design Xpress software is introduced, which vastly simplifies programming for AMX dealers.

1995 Becomes publicly traded on the NASDAQ stock exchange.Grows to 130 employees with dealers and distributors in 40 countries. Products and solutions being adopted by the majority of Fortune 500 companies and a list of home installations that reads like a global Who's Who.

1983 - 1994 Company grows phenomenally and introduces several revolutionary and successful products and solutions. Employees help create an open, dynamic corporate culture that enjoys tremendous growth including the acquisition of technology, domestic and international companies and expansion into the Advanced Control System market.

1982 The story of AM begins with a recognized need for simple tools people could use to harness the rising power of technology. AMX launches its first product, the MX20, a wireless controller for 35mm slide projectors. Not only did the MX20 solve a problem, but was also easy to carry, fun to use, and it always worked and is still in production today, renamed the MX2.

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