Audio Authority 1154B HDTV Component Video/Audio Source Selector
This Audio Authority 1154B High Definition Audio/Video Source Selector
is a 4-in, 1-out AutoSelect switcher for home theater systems. The 1154B is designed to switch high definition component video up to 1080p and audio signals including stereo (analog), digital coaxial, and digital optical audio, all delivered to the viewer with their original vividness, brightness, and clarity.NOTE:
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Audio Authority 1154B HDTV Component Video/Audio Source Selector Features:
- Discrete input selection
- Four AV inputs, one AV output
- Connectors grouped by input number for easy hookup
- High bandwidth component video (YPbPr) up to 1080p
- Digital audio (coaxial and optical)
- Automatic digital audio conversion
- Stereo analog audio
- Touch sensitive front panel controls
- IR remote control included
- AutoSelect technology
- Manual selection override
- All metal construction
- Made proudly in our own US factory
The 1154B includes automatic cross-conversion between digital audio formats, outputting both, and a defeatable AutoSelect logic automatically chooses the active source. Manual control is available via IR remote with discretes (included) or touch-sensitive front panel.
Why not buy this Audio Authority 1154B HDTV Component Video/Audio Source Selector today?
Can I switch composite video with the 1154B?A:
Yes, but all inputs and outputs must be composite video. Use the green RCA jack when switching composite video.Q: Can I switch RGB video with the 1154B?A:
No. The 1154B is designed to switch YPbPr, on jacks with green, blue and red colored jacks. This is not the same thing as RGB, which is actually short for RGBHV or Red, Green, Blue, Horizontal (sync) and Vertical (sync). RGB is often called VGA in the computer industry. YPbPr requires only three wires. Pb and Pr carry half of the color spectrum each, and Y carries the luminance (the light and dark information) and the sync.
Q: How does AutoSelect work on the 1154B?A:
The 1154B listens for the presence of digital and analog audio and switches to the input position that has the newest signal. AutoSelect does not function if audio is not connected from the sources.Q: Does the 1154B sense video signal?A:
No, the 1154B only senses audio signals; video signals are simply switched along with the audio. If AutoSelect functionality is required, but no audio signals are available, the Model 1154A may be a better solution.Q: Why must I connect analog audio from the sources if my system does not require it?A:
The 1154B can more reliably detect the active source if both digital and analog audio are connected. Be sure to connect at least the left channel when using AutoSelect. Audio connections are not necessary for IR control.