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HDR8X8 HDMI Switch

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Display content from any 8 HDMI sources on any 8 displays independently up to 40 feet away.

The HDR8X8 conforms to the HDMI (High Definition Media Interface) standard and provides a connection to view any eight HDMI video sources on any combination of eight video displays. The matrix configuration provides maximum flexibility, allowing switching between any high-definition source and/or display. The SmartAVI HDMI Router 8×8 provides HDMI output up to 40 feet and at HDTV resolutions of 480p, 720p, 1080i and 1080p. The system works with HD-DVD players, TiVo systems, HT PCs, and satellite set-top boxes that connect to an HDMI display. And users can switch to any source locally or remotely via a RS-232, IR, USB or TCP/IP connection. Our HDMI router is controlled by Windows®-based software that is easy to understand and simple to use – a cornerstone of all SmartAVI products.

Features:

  • Switches 8 HDMI inputs with 8 HDMI outputs
  • Sources can be routed independently to displays
  • Switching controlled via the front panel, RS-232, IR, USB and TCP/IP
  • Supports high definition video resolutions of 480p, 720p, 1080i and 1080p
  • Supports 7.1 Digital Surround Sound Audio
  • HDCP and HDMI 1.4 compliant
  • Supports EDID for total control of compliant displays
  • Delivers uncompressed digital video with zero signal loss
  • Outputs HDMI up to 40 feet
  • Rack-mountable

HDR8X8_Diagram

Applications:

  • Wall Displays
  • Digital Signage
  • Airports
  • Dealer Rooms
  • Control Rooms
  • Audio/Visual Presentations
  • Shopping Centers
  • Security
  • Point-of-Sale
  • Hotels/Resorts
  • KVM Switch

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