About Matrix Switch Corporation

Matrix Switch Corporation was founded in Grass Valley, California.  A town situated in the Sierra Nevada foothills that has been the birth place of many prominent video and audio equipment manufacturing companies.

While our roots come from well established soil, we offer a fresh new approach to video and audio routing equipment.  Our company model is to create quality products which sell themselves, removing the need for a high advertising budget, the savings from which we pass on to our customers through our competitive prices.  Our experienced team comes from a wide range of backgrounds and offers our customers a level of support and a "personal touch" rarely seen in the industry.

Matrix Switch Corporation systems are currently in service in a wide range of applications around the world. In addition to the traditional television production and broadcast environments, many of our systems are used in military, medical and other commercial applications.

Matrix Switch Corporation product lines include a wide selection of serial digital video, analog composite video, VGA video, analog audio and AES digital audio routers; as well as an assortment of digital video and audio distribution amplifiers. From our smallest 2x2 "Mini" digital video router to our 64x64 modular digital video router, we have over 100 unique router configurations.

The Compact Router product line has optional balanced stereo analog audio or AES audio options in the same 1RU enclosure, providing additional audio transport selections to the standard included SDI embedded audio support. This unprecedented level of purchasing flexibility means you pay for only those features you need for a given application. We frequently implement customer requested features and invite you to contact us for assistance with a specific solution.

Matrix Switch Corporation routers come with a built in Javascript based interactive web page interface, that can be utilized across any computer platform with a modern web browser, including smart phones and tablets. Additional control interfaces include support for MASCOT, a powerful text based protocol for system control and status over RS-232 serial or Ethernet and a wide selection of TCP/IP remote control button panels, providing a high level of flexibility and ease in total system integration.