Lexicon DD8+ Network Amplifier Control4 Driver

Cinegration LLC
Version: 1006

Control the new Lexicon DD8+ via IP


  • two-way communication
  • Mono or Stereo of outputs
  • EQ Preset selection
  • PowerSave or Always on setup for power
  • Slim 1U smart amplifier for Dolby Atmos and areas where sound quality matters


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Driver Download (Lexicon_DD8__Control4_Driver.zip, 538 Kb) [Download]

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Lexicon DD8+ AV Switch Driver




Connect the powerful Lexicon DD8+ hardware into a Control4 system.  Allows the use of stereo or mono connections and excellent amp control including parametric eq selection.

Installer Tips

  • Lexicon unit will only support one network connection at a time.  This means if you have your browser connected to the device and you attempt to send commands from Control4 they will NOT WORK.  Close your browser and the connection will work again automatically
  • Make sure to either use DHCP reservation or STATIC IP on the unit

Auto Update

Step-by-step tutorial available at cloud.drivercentral.io

To enable automatic updates for this driver, ensure you have connected your DriverCentral.io cloud driver and the Automatic Updates property field is set to “On”.



  • Install all driver c4z files in your Control4 drivers’ folder.
  • Add driver into project by searching for Lexicon and choosing the DD8+ driver
  • Enter IP Address of unit and make bindings
  • Determine if the unit will have a switched power or always on and make appropriate trigger wiring using the relay
  • Choose either stereo or mono outputs for each output group


Step-by-step tutorial available at cloud.drivercentral.io


1) Create your project in the DriverCentral.io project portal. This will generate your project token.

2) Download and load the DriverCentral.io cloud driver into your project, you only need one per a project.

3) Use your project token that you have from step one and input it into the “Project Token” properties field within the cloud driver in your Control4 project.

4) Once you have your project connected with DriverCentral.io your driver will be automatically licensed and auto update will be active.




  • Cloud Status - This is the current status of your cloud driver connectivity.
  • Driver Version - This is the current version of your driver.
  • Automatic Updates – Turn automatic updates on or off for this driver.
  • Driver Status - Shade information will prompt you if you have missed any of the steps involved with setup off the driver.
  • Driver Actions - This tab will give you selections for a range of different settings to customize your individual shades. Such as reversing the shade direction, and sending the stop command at the end of the movement.


Change Log

Version 1000 - Release



      Cinegration strives to provide fully working drivers without defects.  However, changes and bugs may be found.  Because of this, any bug/maintenance update to this driver will be free of charge.  However, due to the ever changing nature of computer and audio/video systems, if a new version of the Control4® software creates issues with this driver, or feature enhancements, an upgrade version will be provided.

  • 1006
    • Fixed issue where initial request/input change didn't always happen
    • Fixed issue where ramp down stop would not always trigger
    • Updated development packages to latest versions
  • 1005 (8/2019)
    • Documentation Update
    • Added to Control4 Driver Database
  • 1004 (7/2019)
    • Fixed polling issue
    • Fixed rare lua error message
  • 1003 (6/2019)
    • Fixed issue where rooms would not come back on after an announcement
  • 1002 (2/2019)
    • Fixed identify image
    • Fixed byte code issue
  • 1001 (1/2019)
    • Marketing Updates
    • driver improvements
  • 1000 (12.2017)
    • Initial Release