This HDMI distribution amplifier
allows users to connect HDMI digital video source, such as a DVD, Satellite, Cable Box, PC, Xbox, PS3 and more to 4-HDMI displays. It has 3-Programmable Audio EDID Settings for 7.1CH, 5.1CH & 2CH, has a SPDIF output to run to an amp and includes a remote control.
This HDMI Distribution Amplifier splits HDMI signals between 4 outputs without signal loss maintaining high resolutions up to 1080p or 1920x1200. An EDID learning function is added to increase its compatibility to any HDTV, unlike cheaper units that you have to guess their compatibility. EDID learning is only found in professional HDMI DA's and never less than $500.
HDMI Distribution Amplifier Features:
Extended Display Identification (EDID) Data
- 1 HDMI input signal to 4 HDMI sink devices (display or receiver) and one SPDIF audio output; The Only HDMI Splitter with a SPDIF Audio Output and Remote Control
- Three Programmable Video EDID Settings for 3D, 1080P and Default/Mix/Pass through Modes; HDMI v1.3 with 3D Support; HDCP 1.2 Compliant; Support 3D video (To get 3D, all units connected to the splitter outputs must support 3D)
- Three Programmable Audio EDID Settings for 7.1CH, 5.1CH and 2CH
- The AC power to it shuts off automatically when it is not in use
- Full Size Metal Jack Construction with Front Panel LED Indicators
- HDMI 1.3, HDCP1.1 and DVI1.0 compliant.
- 2D and 3D compliant
- Deep color video up to 12bit, 1080p@(24/60)Hz 1920x1200.
- HDCP keyset allows each output to work independently when connecting to an HDMI display.
- Splits a HDMI source up to 4 outputs simultaneously, without signal loss.
- This splitter shuts each HDMI port off when there is nothing turned on such as a TV.
- Supports DVI source and DVI display by using HDMI to/from DVI adapter cable.
- Dolby Digital, DTS digital audio transmission (32-192 kHz Fs sample rate).
- Supports High Definition audio-Dolby Digital TrueHD and DTS-HD
- Supports a wide range of PC and HDTV resolutions from VGA to WUXGA and 480i to 1080p.
- HDMI cable distance test with 1080p resolution, the Input/Output source can run up to 15m (50ft) without degradation
is a VESA standard data format that contains basic information about a HDTV and its capabilities, including vendor information, maximum image size, color characteristics, factory pre-set timings, frequency range limits, and character strings for the monitor name and serial number.
The information is stored in the display and is used to communicate with the system through a Display Data Channel (DDC ), which sites between the monitor and the source device. The system uses this information for configuration purposes, so the HDTV and system can work together.
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