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THE RAPCOHORIZON COMPANY HIGHLIGHTS HDMI-X FIBER OPTIC EXTENDER AT INFOCOMM 2007

ANAHEIM, CA, May 8, 2007 — The RapcoHorizon Company, leading manufacturer of audio/video interfacing and cable equipment, will feature its HDMI Fiber Optic Extender, HDMI-X, at InfoComm 2007 (Booth #8839). Designed for high definition multimedia in such vast applications as video wall systems, large LED sign boards, medical imaging equipment, home theater and TV broadcast, HDMI-X offers contractors the necessary gear within a convenient, tightly knit and ready-to-use HDMI installation kit.

Presenting the contractor and Pro-AV markets with a turnkey product that is DDC line compliant and meets HDCP standards, the HDMI-X includes a HDMI transmitter and receiver, and an external 12 volt power supply adapter. It also contains a variety of HDMI equipment cables: four-strand 50/125 fiber cable, Cat 5e cable and HDMI cable, all of which can be terminated at the specific length required for a given installation. Additionally, HDMI-X allows easy transmission of uncompressed digital video and audio up to 100 meters and can also be applied to Widescreen Ultra eXtended Graphics Array format.

“While maximum suggested run for conventional HDMI cables is no more than 50 feet, the HDMI-X unit allows for transmission up to 330 feet,” explains Brad Graham, marketing manager and designer of several new patent pending designs for The RapcoHorizon Company. “By using HDMI-X, the contractor market is provided with more options for running HDMI video within numerous installations and applications.”

The RapcoHorizon Company, located in Jackson, Missouri, is one of the world‘s largest manufacturers and suppliers of audio, video, home theater, data and telecommunications cable in both bulk wire and assemblies. Used worldwide by concert touring sound companies, video and sound contractors, recording studios, system integrators, audiophiles and musicians, The RapcoHorizon Company’s products provide optimal flexibility and premium performance. The company‘s state-of-the-art Custom Shop can modify existing products or build new devices to meet any need. For more information, please visit The RapcoHorizon Company‘s Web site at www.rapcohorizon.com.

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