New Gefen Extenders Offer Several Methods of Enabling Remote HDTV Performance
Amsterdam, Netherlands –When high definition video needs to travel beyond a few meters to its remote destination, Gefen offers a wide selection of HDTV extenders. Based on signal distance between the source and display, users have the option of selecting coax, fiber optics or category-5 cables that work with Gefen’s sender/receiver systems to deliver high definition resolutions to 1080p with multi-channel digital audio.
HDMI over Coax Extender
Unique and leading edge, this new system enables standard coax cables to transmit the HDMI signal. Its sender and receiver system delivers high definition resolutions to 1080p (24fps/23fps) with two channels of audio up to 300 meters in distance. Designed to enable a no-new-wires solution for delivering HDTV throughout the home, this extender instantly delivers HD video and audio. Its sender incorporates IR back channel capability for an easy control of sources from any destination.
HDMI CAT-5 MS Extender
This next generation extension system enables a consistent delivery of high definition audio and video up to 50 meters. Category-5 cables connect the sender unit at the local source to the receiver at the remote display. Complete HDMI and HDCP compliance is included along with a robust MS technology that enables HD resolutions up to 1080p with multi-channel digital audio to be delivered with no delay.
HDMI RS-232 Extender
This extension system is unique because it enables both HDMI and RS-232 signals to be extended using the same system up to 50 meters in distance. Two category-5 cables link local and remote locations and deliver high definition video up to 1080p along with RS-232 signals for smart control devices. This extender can also reach up to 100 meters at resolutions of 1080i. The system comes with both HDMI and RS-232 connector cables.
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