Work locally, extend globally.

The DTX HD gives you full desktop extension, including all your favorite USB 2.0 peripherals, without any of the distance limitations or connectivity requirements of a traditional CATx or fiber extender. You only need a 100-/1000-Mbps IP link between your computers and the user consoles. The DTX HD supplies all the connectivity you need.

It extends a USB 2.0 KVM, audio, and USB peripheral signals over an IP network to a workstation with a DVI monitor, speakers, and a USB or PS/2 keyboard and mouse, or a mix of both.

This product is going to EOL and is not recommended for new installations. Call for a free consultation on your specific KVM application. Talk to one of our application engineers at 877-877-2269.

High performance video and audio

Choose from single- and dual-video models. Both deliver audio in CD quality along with clear, sharp 24 bit colour digital video up to 1920 x 1200 or 1080p.

USB 2.0

Supports up to four USB 2.0 devices. All USB peripherals function as if they're attached directly to the CPU.

USB Virtual Media

The receivers feature USB virtual media (VM) support for USB 2.0 CD-ROM drives, hard drives, and other USB peripherals.

Extender Mode

The most common application is a point-to-point extension between a user console and a rackmounted computer over CATx or an IP link over the existing network.

Desktop control mode

The Desktop Control mode enables you to deploy multipoint applications with mulitple computer and user nodes on the network.

Matrix mode

Using the DTX Controller as administration node the system operator may build up a free scalable matrix with numerous users having access to numerous computers.

No software needed

The DTX HD supports any operating system, all types of computers and user consoles.


The DTX id idea for traditional KVM extension, back racking of computers, broadcasting, control rooms, PoS, and mobile workers.

Application engineering

Tell us about your application and we'll recommend the right DTX for you. In addition, we'll be happy to set up a product demonstration.



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