Ideal for classrooms, conference rooms, and hotel event rooms, Kramer to unveil new, cost-effective VP−444 12-input ProScale™ digital scaler/switcher at InfoComm 2015
Kramer will introduce its newest VP−444 ProScale™ Presentation Digital Scaler/Switcher at InfoComm 2015. The Kramer VP−444 features 12 inputs with fast and clean fade-thru-black switching. The cost-effective VP−444 is designed for large classrooms, conference ...read more.
New SPS-1000 multi-platform presentation switcher
Posted on March 7, 2015 by KVMGalore | 0 comments
SPS-1000 facilitates local and remote HDMI A/V presentations from eight composite, VGA, DVI, HDMI or 4K A/V sources
From the boardroom to the classroom, giving a presentation that involves video and audio requires easy connectivity to a wide variety of A/V hardware. For this reason, SPS-1000 is an absolute must-have ...read more.
Categories: A/V Switches, New Products
Tags: 1080p, 4K, A/V switching, CATx, DVI, HDBaseT, HDCP, HDMI, IP, RS232, scaler, Smart-AVI, VGA
VM1600 modular 16×16 digital AV matrix switch
Posted on February 26, 2015 by KVMGalore | 0 comments
ATEN’s new VM1600 modular 16×16 digital audio/video matrix router offers Seamless Switch™ technology w/ built-in scaler and video wall
VM1600 changes the way you see the world!
With video displayed across multiple screens to maximize marketing, live broadcasting and real-time monitoring, timing is crucial and gets even more challenging ...read more.
Wireless 5×2 HDMI Matrix PRO
Posted on December 7, 2014 by KVMGalore | 2 comments
IOGEAR's Long Range Wireless 5×2 HDMI Matrix PRO with multicast is the first of it's kind to ...read more.
VS-211HA: Efficient HDMI auto switching
Posted on December 5, 2014 by Kramer AV | 0 comments
Kramer Electronics announced today the release of the VS-211HA, an auto switcher that allows flexible, active switching based on real signal detection
VS-211HA can switch inputs while keeping the output active and HDMI links alive, making it more efficient and reliable than a standard standby switcher. Users can easily select between auto switching (last-connected or priority) and manual switching modes ...read more.