HDTV Supplys WolfPack HDMI Scaler can automatically detect all the below HDMI resolutions and then down convert or upconvert and scale with the needed resolution to match the native resolution of the connected display. Our HDMI Scaler can be used to down convert or scale the displays with an acceptable resolution to match the displays that are incapable of outputting resolutions, and it can also be used to adjust HDMI image or Audio in all kinds of displays.
The WolfPack HDMI Scaler simply connects to the HDMI or DVI input of your video display and ensures that every source you feed it appears reliably and beautifully. Just insert the HDMI Scaler into the incoming video signal path and it intelligently converts and enhances that signal for optimal appearance on your display. The HDMI / DVI Scaler also converts or cross-converts Digital Coaxial audio and 3.5mm Analog Stereo to Digital Coaxial audio and 3.5mm Analog Stereo
WolfPack HDMI / DVI Upscaler and Downscaler Features:
These HDMI Inputs...
...and these HDMI Graphic Resolution Inputs:
...Can Be Converted To These HDMI Outputs:
The HDMI / DVI Scaler is used extensively with our large HDMI matrix switchers when a system has, say, 7 - 1080p HDMI sources, 7 - 1080p widescreens and one 720p projector and needs the projector HDMI signal scaled to 720p vs. buying a new projector or lowering all the source resolutions to 720p. A similar application is sending one HDMI through a splitter when the widescreens are mixed resolutions.
The HDMI & DVI Scaler accepts an HDMI input with a separate Toslink or analog audio and scales it to HDMI (at a number of selectable resolutions) with additional Toslink and analog audio output.
This HDMI & DVI Scaler has a comprehensive OSD menu that allows user to select a variety of output resolutions and adjust for best picture quality. It is ideal for using between incompatible HDMI source and display by changing picture resolution and frame rate of HDMI source to match the native resolution of the HDMI display. Any HDMI input resolution could be up-converted up to 1080p or down converted as well to any resolution (listed in the technical specifications).
Scale HDMI video: The HDMI & DVI Scaler Converter lets you connect your HDMI output source (Blu-ray player, etc.) to the scaler input port, then connect the scaler output port to an HDMI-capable display. Configuration is simple, with a convenient on-screen display that lets you select the desired output resolution as necessary.
Scale DVI video: The HDMI & DVI Scaler can also be used with DVI video sources, using a DVI to HDMI cable or adapter for both video input and output signals; the corresponding audio signal can be connected to and from the scaler through either Toslink (digital) or the 3.5mm audio port(analog) as needed.
Separate HDMI into DVI with audio: A cost-effective solution, the HDMI & DVI Scaler eliminates the expense of upgrading a DVI display for the sake of compatibility with an HDMI output device, allowing you to separate an HDMI signal into discrete DVI and digital/analog audio.
Combine DVI video with Audio for HDMI output: The HDMI & DVI Scaler also accepts DVI video input along with the corresponding audio, for output as a single HDMI signal - saving the cost of a display upgrade for the sake of HDMI convenience.
The HDMI & DVI Scaler accepts an HDMI input with a separate Toslink or analog audio and scales it to a HDMI output at a number of selectable resolutions, with additional Toslink and analog audio outputs.
One of the most common problems we have seen on setups that use HDMI splitters or HDMI matrices to display content on multiple screens is that one of the displays does not match the resolution of the other displays. For example, one display may support up to a 720p resolution, while the rest of the displays may support up to 1080p.
Since the EDID handshake requires the splitter to send out an identical signal to all the displays, when the splitter detects that one display only supports 720p, it then sends an identically inferior 720p signal to all of the 1080p displays.
Most of the time this goes unnoticed. But for people that do pride themselves on image quality, this is very noticeable, and can lead to very embarrassing situations. Especially when watching High Definition content such as Blu-Ray Discs, or any other gatherings where top image quality is critical, since the lower resolution will make all the other displays look inferior.
To solve this unavoidably embarrassing problem, the solution is to use an HDMI to HDMI Scaler between your splitter and your 720p display. The way a HDMI to HDMI Scaler works is that it receives a 1080p signal, and converts it into a 720p signal. The splitter is forced to send a 1080p signal to all the displays because it thinks that all of the displays are the same resolution.