How to Select the Right AV Distribution Package

After going through the questions below and arriving at a package choice, we strongly recommend that you then read and re-read what each package will do in the detailed description section to make sure you have the right package for your needs.

1. Do you have HD or SD video to send to a remote viewing location?

(If SD or buying a CMM Standard definition camera system continue below, If HD or buying a CMM HD camera system skip to question 7)

2. If you only need to send the AV signal to one remote location, choose the Solo package.

3. If you need to send the image to multiple locations that are best wired up in a daisy-chain configuration (wire runs from one location to the next and so on), choose the Standard Daisy package.

4. If you need to send your signal to two locations that are in opposite directions in your building choose the Duet package.

5. If you need to send your signal to three different location around your building, choose the Trio package.

6. If you have four or five displays in different locations that need to be connected, choose the Quintet package.

7. If you have an analog HD system or you are buying a Double Action HD or Triple Play HD camera package from CMM, continue below. If not, skip to question 11)

8. If you are only sending your signal to one remote location, choose the HD Solo package.

9. If you want to send your signal to multiple locations that are best wired in a daisy-chain configuration (wire runs from one location to the next and so on), choose the HD Daisy Duet package.

10. If you need to send your signal to 3, 4 or 5 displays in different locations, the HD Quintet is the package of choice.

11. If you have a digital signal or the Single Shot HD or Double Action HD PCMV or Triple Play HD PCMV camera package from CMM, continue below.

12. If you are only sending to a single location, choose the Digital Solo package.

13. If you have a remote viewing area that needs two displays in it (like one display on each side of a column) then the Digital Duet is for you.

14. If you have two remote viewing areas that each need one display, then the Distributed Digital Duet is your package.

15. If you want to send your signal to multiple locations that are best wired in a daisy-chain configuration (wire runs from one location to the next and so on), choose the Digital Daisy package.

16. If you have two remote viewing areas that each need two displays, then the Digital Quartet is the right choice.

17. If you have four remote viewing area that each need one display, then the Distributed Digital Quartet is the package.