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Audio Video System Integration

Equipment supply - Desing & development - Custom soution - Technical support

Nexgen was established in 2011 by a group of specialists with extensive experience in creating integrated systems in the field of audio, video and information technologies in Chennai. We do Design, supply, installation, commissioning and maintenance of integrated audio-video and information systems for business centers, hypermarkets, shopping and warehouse complexes, factories, shops, manufacturing enterprises, office premises, hospitals, kindergartens, schools, etc.

Since 2011, we have been supplying and providing services in such areas as: consulting, design, system integration and support for audio visual (AV, VR ), network , multimedia and video conferencing equipment . Long-term partnerships with leading vendors of AV-technology and network equipment allow us to offer high-quality and reliable services at competitive prices.

System Integrator

As a system integrator, we carry out complex equipment of facilities with multimedia solutions - conference systems, video conferencing, voting systems and directional sound.


Direct partnership with OEM gives us the opportunity to offer favorable prices and provide warranty and post-warranty support. Over Thirty-six suppliers from fourteen countries offer their best solutions through us to make your project the best.


nexgen aims to provide products and solutions that enables the customer to bring their own operating expenditure by aligning technology and business process and there by inceasing the overall efficiancy

Cost Effective workable Solutions

Promising Custom Design and Development

Committed Local Technical Support

Meeting Customer Delivery Time Line

Robust Customer Requirement Study System

Certifications and Strong Vendor/OEM Partnership

Frequently Asked Questions

Audiovisual materials, such as videotapes, DVDs, audio tapes, audio CDs and microforms, can be difficult to identify and access. Unlike books and journals, which are covered by regular bibliographic tools, audiovisual materials are not systematically covered.

If you have more than one set of component inputs, it's the first set that generally works with standard AV cables. Look for a set that has a green input with yellow around it, or the word video just above or below it. Plug the yellow end of the Wii A/V cable into this green Y input.

The AV2HDMI converter will allow you to connect an older AV device to an HDMI TV/monitor. For example, you want to connect a camcorder, a game console, an older DVD player, etc. that only has AV/RCA output. This adapter will allow you to convert the AV signal into HDMI.

Insert the red, white and yellow cord connectors on the Wii AV Cable into the TV input connectors. Yellow is for video input, white is for left audio input (Mono), and red is for audio right side input.

After reaching $93 billion in 2019, the Americas pro AV market is set to drop 8% to $86 billion in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the new 2020 AV Industry Outlook and Trends Analysis (IOTA) Americas Summary produced by AVIXA.

Most TVs don't have RCA audio outputs. If it has a headphone jack you can use that. Check the menu system to see if it can be variable or fixed. and cables to connect it to the TV and stereo.

Crestron is more expensive for 2 reasons: 1. Crestron can control more brands, more simultaneous devices without issue, and its user interface can be customized for unusual and very specific needs. 2. Because of the programming capabilities, Crestron is substantially more difficult to program.

A compact, rack-mountable 3-Series® control processor with immense power and numerous integrated control ports. The Crestron® CP3 is an enterprise-class control system for residential, commercial, and government applications.

The blue, green, and red are component video and carry an analog video signal that is broken into 3 separate “components” One luma (black and white) signal on the green wire, and 2 chroma (color) on the red and blue wires.

Samsung manual shows that you should have a yellow AV input that uses the dongle they provide to break out to RCA plugs for video and audio. To use component video you have to use both the blue component input for video and the yellow AV input for audio.