WolfPack 5X1 HDMI Media Center - Upscales various inputs to HDMI

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Switch HDMI, VGA, MHL, component, composite video inputs to HDMI
Has separate USB & Ethernet routing
Panel mount for custom installation in conference rooms
Controlled by a 5-button remote control or manually
Built-in Ethernet pass-through interface
HDTV Supplys HDMI Media Center switches MHL, composite video, VGA & HDMI inputs & scales them to a 1080p HDMI output. The HDMI output is on the side of this panel mounted unit. The unit comes with a 5-button remote control plus an IR extender if you enclose this unit in a cabinet.

A typical use of our WolfPack HDMI Media Center is in a conference room where various laptops are brought in to show on a projector or widescreen using the above HDMI extender over CAT5. It has a Built-in Ethernet / Telephone / USB2.0 pass-through interface and supports a USB port 1A power charging function. The HDMI input port can support a MHL / HDMI dual mode input. The HDMI signal input is compliant with CEC, HDCP and 30bit, 36bit and 48bit deep color.

As the digital age has taken over, consumers are starting to want more out of their home theater. They want to be able to integrate their computer or laptop. They want to be able to connect any device, no matter what connection type it has. Furthermore, they want video switching, and they want everything they watch to be in full 1080p. Most stereo receivers have all the audio options you will need but fall short on the video side of things.

HDTV Supplys WolfPack HDMI Media Center is compatible with any input resolution including PC, HDTV, and HDTV. This HDMI Media Center will allow you to not only connect any of your legacy devices, such as VCRs, DVD player, Video Game consoles, or Video Cameras, but will also let you view them in crystal clear 1080p, thanks to the Analog Devices scaling chip. This HDMI Media Center features a super low, half frame delay, making it perfect even for avid gamers looking to play older console games, or even modern computer games on their big screen HDTV.

WolfPack HDMI Media Center Features:

  • 5-way input audio and video signal input converted to one HDMI output
    1. Input 1 - Composite Video (sharing one analog audio inputs)
    2. Input 2 - Component Video (sharing one analog audio inputs)
    3. Input 3 - VGA (HD15 connector) for a PC or Laptop
    4. Input 4 - HDMI
    5. Input 5 - MHL
  • Support HDMI output up to 1080P/60Hz, the HDMI signal input support 4Kx2K and 3D HD source film (24p)
  • Build-in signal amplifier scales the composite video, YPbPr, VGA signal input to HDMI 1080p output
  • The HDMI signal input is compliant with CEC, HDCP and 30bit, 36bit,48bit deep color
  • PAL/NTSC automatic video format
  • No loss of quality. Support input up to 15 metres AWG26 HDMI standard cable length, output up to
  • Support up to 50-foot 22-gauge HDMI cables
  • Easily switch between devices manually or with the IR remote control (Internal / external IR)
  • Plug and play (Except for MHL)
  • The MHL input supports the HD Signal transmission from the smartphone to the HD TV and also can
  • Does charge to the MHL device and supports an RCP function.
  • The HDMI input port can support MHL/HDMI dual mode input.
  • Built-in Ethernet / Telephone /USB2.0 pass-through interface, support the USB port 1A power charging function.
  • One Switch Key at the front panel and the other Switch key at the rear panel, the two key have the same function that can switch at the input video signal sources.
  • Includes a DC5V/2A power supply
  • Perfect solution for utilizing older A/V equipment or PCs with new high-definition displays
  • Advanced 3D Y/C separation Comb-filter which is used to correct video static, artifacts, noise and colors

Why not buy this WolfPack HDMI Media Center today?

WolfPack HDMI Media Center Specs:

  • HDMI input resolution: 4Kx2K/30Hz锛24/50/60fs/1080p/1080i/720p/576p/576i/480p/480i
  • VGA input resolution: up to 1920 x 1080 @60Hz
  • HDMI output resolution up to 1080P/60Hz锛4Kx2K/30Hz锛
  • HDMI video color format: 24bit/deep color 30bit/36bit/48bit
  • HDMI audio format: DTS-HD/Dolby TrueHD/LPCM7.1/DTS/Dolby-AC3/DSD
  • MHL pixel clock rate (24-bit mode): 75MHz锛8bit 1080i/720P 60Hz锛
  • MHL pixel clock rate (Packed Pixel mode): 150MHz锛8bit 1080i 60Hz YCC422锛
  • Max bandwidth: 225MHz
  • Max baud rate: 6.75Gbps
  • Input/Output ™DS signal: 0.5~1.5Volts p-p锛圱TL锛
  • Input/Output DDC signal: 5 Volts p-p (TTL)
  • HDMI Input cable distance: ≤15 m AWG26 HDMI standard cable
  • Output cable distance: ≤20 m AWG26 HDMI standard cable
  • Max working current: 1.4A
  • Power adapter format Input: AC 100V锝240V 50HZ/60HZ; DC5V/2A
  • Operating Temperature range: -15 to +55鈩
  • Operating Humidity range: 5 to 90%RH (No Condensation)
  • Product size (L x W x H): 266x65x40 (mm)
  • Front panel size (L x W x H): 286x40x1 (mm)
  • Recommend wall opening: 300x41x65(mm)
  • Recommend Decorative panel size: 320x80x5.5(mm)
  • Weight: 320g

Why not buy this WolfPack HDMI Media Center today?

This WolfPack HDMI Media Center upscales 5 various inputs to one 1080p HDMI output. Those 5 inputs are:

  • Input 1 - Composite Video (sharing one analog audio inputs )
  • Input 2 - Component Video (sharing one analog audio inputs )
  • Input 3 - VGA (HD15 connector) for a PC or Laptop
  • Input 4 - HDMI
  • Input 5 - MHL
Q: The HDMI inputs support CEC, what is CEC?
This product features CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) allowing your HDTV's remote to manage up to ten devices that are connected via HDMI (such as Blu-ray Disc players or home theater receivers) with no special programming needed. For example, you can use your remote to turn on your TV, your player, and your receiver at the same time, and adjust the system volume with one button. All devices must support CEC, though.

Most major TV manufacturers now support CEC, and an HDTV with HDMI 1.3 will likely have the technology. Manufacturers call it by different names; LG Electronics, for instance, calls its implementation Simple Link, whereas Toshiba calls its version CE-Link. Interoperability isn't mandatory, so some manufacturers limit control over their own products; Sony, for one, allows only Sony-to-Sony communication.