Middleton, WI- Intelix LLC, U.S. manufacturer of audio/video equipment and software, announced the release of the DIGI-HD-IR2, a professional-grade extender which transmits HDMI and IR up to 300 feet over two twisted pair cables.
Ideal for residential AV, commercial AV and digital signage applications, the DIGI-HD-IR2 transmits 1080p video up to 150 feet, 720p and 1080i video up to 300 feet, and 480i and 480p video up to 300 feet. Built-in ESD protection safeguards connected equipment from power strikes and surges.
The DIGI-HD-IR2 employs Intelix trademarked HDshÄ?k processing, which guarantees HDMI signal integrity through bandwidth limiting, dynamic key processing, and EDID storing.
The unit is HDMI 1.3b and HDCP compliant.
Retail price for the DIGI-HD-IR2 set is $399.95. The set includes a transmitter, receiver, two power supplies, an IR emitter and an IR receiver.
Complete product information and specifications are available on www.intelix.com.
Intelix offers the broadest line of audio/video over twisted pair extenders in the professional AV marketplace, including solutions for multiple formats of audio and video, VGA, DVI, HDMI, USB, and PS2. In addition to extenders, Intelix manufactures an extensive line of serial controlled mic/line, matrix, room-combine, and multi-zone paging systems. Complete product information is available from the Intelix web site, www.intelix.com, or by calling 1-866-4-MATMIX.
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