|MaxModule Playback™ (Discontinued)|
|The Playback module extends the playback capabilities of any M-Series console by adding 10 motorized faders with 15 LCD buttons and a master Go section. Up to 16 Playback modules can be added to any MaxModule Cerebrum, Maxxyz, M-Series consoles or M-PC V3.|
Most lighting controllers are limited to only one format and users must adapt to it despite their lighting control needs.. Martin recognizes that a theater show has different lighting control requirements than a rock show, corporate event or large nightclub. Therefore, a radical new approach was needed. But how to offer a flexible solution that fits all these needs without producing a very expensive and large desk. The solution? Modularity!
Tough and approachable
Each module comes equipped with a built-in Maxxyz PC dongle, making it a very attractive solution for rental houses who want to use the Maxxyz PC without the worry of losing the dongle. With its built-in 2 port DMX, each module is a small Maxxyz console with support for up to 32 DMX universes.
Maxxyz Cerebrum Module
The Cerebrum module is a compact yet powerful touch-screen computer and the heart of the modular concept. It runs the lighting software on Windows XP Embedded which controls the Maxxyz Compact. The Maxxyz Cerebrum can also be used as a stand-alone unit for control in installations, for example in hotels or on cruise ships, and also functions as a backup system for any Maxxyz console, Maxxyz PC or other Cerebrum module. A superb performer with a powerful effects engine, Maxxyz Cerebrum can control up to 16,384 fixtures. It allows up to 1000 cuelists with motorized fader control and 1000 cuelists using playback control buttons with parallel execution of multiple cuelists. Sub-master, group master, and override functionality is included, and the Graphical User Interface is customizable.
Maxxyz Programmer Module
Maxxyz Button Module
Maxxyz Submaster Module
Maxxyz Playback Module
Maxxyz Frame Module
|Universal USB/DMX Interface|
|Maxxyz Software Support|
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