The Extron XPA U 758, eight channel half-rack amplifier offers eight channels at 75 watts per channel, making it ideal for a wide range of applications. The XPA U 758 lets you install sixteen 75 watt channels in an unprecedented one rack space, without the need to waste empty rack spaces for increased ventilation. An Extron XPA Ultra amplifier lets you install more channels of more power into less space than ever before.
Having pioneered the use of Class D amplifiers in AV applications, Extron's newest model achieves a channel density and power rating previously thought impossible in this size of amplifier.
The XPA Ultra lineup of UL 2043 plenum rated amplifiers include single and side by side rack mount hardware and a newly designed rear panel that makes installing the optional Flexible Conduit Adapter Kit easier than ever. Recessed, detented level controls with laser etched markings provide enhanced visibility and repeatability of settings.
When it comes to starting using an HDMI cable, compatibility is one of the main concerns. Nowadays, there are many types of HDMI cables on the market: Passive Copper HDMI Cable, Active Copper HDMI Cable, and Active Optical Fiber HDMI cable. Regardless of the types you choose, most of us have a hard time trying to solve the compatibility issues.
It is generally accepted that Active Optical HDMI cable is the high-speed HDMI signal transmission solution of the future. But on occasion we find HDMI AOC cable does not work after it has been installed? Why is that?