To work with a Control4 system, the MX100 needs to be using firmware version 2.134 or higher; if it is using a lower version then it will need to be updated by an authorized McIntosh dealer. Then the installer simply needs to add the MX100 to a Control4 system and the controller will recognize it. The correct driver will then be automatically downloaded from Control4 and the MX100 will be installed in the system.

We’re delighted to add Connects with Control4 Certification to the already custom install friendly MX100. Many of our other A/V Processors have received Control4 Certification and dealers, installers, and customers have been happy with how easy they can integrate into Control4 automation systems. We’re excited to bring this user experience enhancement to the MX100.

Charlie Randall – McIntosh President

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The MX100 offers unparalleled McIntosh performance in a streamlined design offering users all they need to enjoy all their favorite 4K and HD programming. The 11.2 channel unit is designed for modern home theaters needing only digital inputs that don’t require legacy analog inputs and is well suited for installation in a discrete A/V equipment rack with rack-friendly 2U physical dimensions and removable rack mounting brackets. The MX100 has (4) HDMI inputs, (1) HDMI output and supports a variety of leading home theater technologies including Dolby Atmos and DTS:X; HDR formats Dolby Vision, HDR10 and HLG; 4:4:4 color spacing; Rec. 2020; 3D video pass-through; and Enhanced Audio Return Channel (eARC). The MX100 is available through Authorized McIntosh Dealers with an MSRP of $5,500 USD. 

With SDDP, Control4 customers who choose the McIntosh MX100 A/V Processor benefit from faster installation time and a seamless control experience in their entertainment system. The processor adds to over 7,500 products in our SDDP ecosystem, enabling product choice, smooth installation, and seamless integration.

Noel Gouff – Snap One Vice President of Business Development

More details of the McIntosh MX100 AV processor.
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