The New VEEMUX® Low-Cost 4K HDMI Video Matrix Switch is the newest addition to its popular line of video matrix switches. The matrix switch routes Ultra-HD 4Kx2K digital video and audio signals from many HDMI video sources to multiple displays.
The multiple HDMI video sources, such as computers, Blu-Ray players, satellite receivers, etc, are routed to multiple displays such as monitors, 4K Televisions, or projectors. The Matrix Switch is available in two sizes – 4x4 and 8x8. Both models support HDMI-embedded audio switching, while the 8x8 model also boasts eight SPDIF digital audio outputs. Audio can be switched independently of the video signal from connected HDMI sources.
The Low-Cost 4K HDMI Video Matrix Switch supports Ultra-HD 4Kx2K resolutions of 4096x2160 and 3840x2160 24/30/60Hz YUV 4:4:4, and HDTV resolutions to 1080p. Configure and control the switch through front panel buttons, Ethernet, IR remote control, or RS232. It is CE, FCC and RoHS compliant.
HDMI features supported include: HDMI 2.0; Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio, Dolby Digital, DTS 7.1 and LPCM; YUV 4:4:4, HDR; 3D; Bandwidth up to 600 Mhz (18 Gbps); and Lip Sync. The unit is HDCP 2.2 compliant and has a configurable built-in EDID table. The Low-Cost 4K HDMI Video Matrix Switch has a compact 1RU design and includes a rack mounting kit.
This VEEMUX switch is the ideal solution for any situation where information from many video sources is being presented, such as a digital signage, classroom, boardroom, trade show, conference or entertainment application.
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