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The Extron FOX3 Matrix 160x provides high-performance switching of 4K/60 video, audio, USB, control, and 3D sync over fiber optic cable. Expandable from 8x8 up to 160x160, this modular matrix switcher also features RS-232 insertion from the Ethernet port, extending bidirectional control to any FOX3 endpoint. The Ethernet port supports SSH protocol, ensuring communication between the control system and the matrix is encrypted. Dante, DMP Expansion, and analog audio I/O ports enable audio embedding and de-embedding. IPCP Pro models feature an integrated IPCP Pro Q xi control processor with advanced security standards and Gigabit Ethernet ports. Equipped with many integrator-friendly features, the FOX3 Matrix 160x delivers highly reliable, enterprise-wide switching of fiber optic AV, USB, and control for mission-critical environments.

Xtep 160x 3.0 PRO Review: A True Dark HorseBy Senior Contributor David Salas and Chief Editor/Founder Matthew KleinDuring the super shoe race amongst companies, Xtep is rarely brought up. They have been in the shadows to some degree with the development of a performance shoe that can stack up with some of the big players. The 160X PRO 3.0 certainly closes the gap quite a bit. Similar to other super shoes it uses a full-length PEBA-based midsole and carbon plate. The shoe carries a tad more weight but has a lot of responsiveness to show for it. The term "super shoe" gets thrown around far more than it should, but the Xtep 160x 3.0 PRO is actually deserving of that title as a incredibly bouncy shoe worth noticing.

RUNNING SHOE SUMMARYMatt: The Xtep160x 3.0 Pro is an extremely bouncy, maximal stack height super racing shoe for those wanting top performance over longer distances. A huge stack height of PEBA-based foam, called XTEP ACE, provides a soft and bouncy ride. A curved plate balances out the softness, providing stiffness through the shoe. It also serves to create wings around the heel, attempting to stabilize the rearfoot with such a soft midsole. A wider forefoot but lower volume fit will work well for those with normal-width feet wanting a secure fit when the laces are secured. A great half/full marathon racer and potential super trainer for some, the Xtep160x 3.0 Pro is one of the few shoes recently that deserves the title "Super Shoe."David: The Xtep 160X 3.0 Pro is a quiet super shoe on the market that I think deserves to be talked about. The shoe does use a PEBA based midsole in combination with a carbon plate that wings out in certain sections to give a chalice like hold throughout the gait cycle. It is a little bit heavier than some of the other shoes, but still carries solid responsiveness and enjoyment.SIMILAR SHOES: Nike Alphafly Next%FITMatt: The 160x 3.0 Pro fits me true to size in my men's US size 10. The upper is a thin, low-flexibility, ripstop mesh/slightly plastic-like material. The fit initially felt short as the toe box upper is low volume and initially put a large amount of pressure on the tops of my toes. This has never translated to any actual problems on the run, but was concerning at first. The easiest fix for this was to use super thin socks (Drymax). Others who are often between sizes may want to consider sizing a half size down. The forefoot width is actually on the wider side for a racing shoe and again the lower volume helps with security. The midfoot is normal in width and I had to tighten down the laces to get a secure fit. The tongue is thin and not gusseted, but is secured by the laces. The heel is normal to slightly snug with a flexible heel counter and a large amount of padding. I had no issue with the counter and those with heel issues should only approach with mild caution. There are additional external heel counters on the medial and lateral side of the heel which add to the solid lockdown in the rearfoot. The upper is light and comfortable but is best with socks. Given some time and the right pair of socks, the fit provides ample width with decent sec


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