Atlona presents an array of new products14 June 2012
Atlona will be showcasing seven new products at the Las Vegas show this year, including the new 4×4 Matrix Switch and DVI Plus Audio 16×16 Matrix Switcher. The Atlona High-Speed HDMI 4 x 4 Matrix Switcher (AT-PRO3HD44M) features the latest HDBaseT technology, enabling HDMI sources to extend up to 230ft over Cat6a cables or at 197ft with Cat5e/6 cables. The unit controls up to eight devices through IR remote control, RS-232, third-party IR control boxes, and the front panel. A built-in digital audio S/PDIF loop outs allow audio distribution to an AVR or amplifier. The AT-PRO3HD44M will be available in August.
The HDMI Extender Over Cat 5e/6/7 (AT-PRO3HDREC), in combination with the Atlona AT-PRO3HD44M 4×4 HDMI, harnesses HDBaseT technology. This unit allows pass-through support of up to 1080p or 1920×1200, along with 3D signals, 2-channel and multichannel audio, bidirectional RS-232, and IR signals.
Atlona’s new High-Speed DVI Plus Audio 16 x16 Matrix Switcher (AT-HDDVI1616-AM) is HDCP compliant, offering three control options, nine programmable memory presets, and EDID learning. With switching as fast as 0.5 seconds and resolutions of up to 1920 x 1200 or 2K x 1K.
The latest AT-PRO-LCS HDMI Cables, which are powered by RedMere technology, are said to shed 75 percent of the standard HDMI cable bulk. This new cable series is driven by an integrated circuit that passes multimedia data at the same rate as the Atlona flat high-speed cable. Available in July.
Atlona’s SDI to PC/HD Scaler With Audio (AT-HSDI-VGA) takes SDI, HD, and 3G SDI signals and adapts them to component or VGA video formats with resolutions up to 1080p or 1920×1200. In addition to re-clocking technology and built-in scaling, the AT-HSDI-VGA’s equalized ports extend 3G signals up to 330ft (100m), HD up to 660ft (200 m), and SD up to 1,000ft (300m) with no signal degradation
The Atlona Professional Stereo/Mono Audio Amplifier (AT-PA100-G2) is the company’s professional stereo/mono audio amplifier which offers three inputs: 2 x stereo and 1 x mic. Based on a Class-D digital amplification circuit, the unit can operate in either stereo mode at 2 x 20 W or in bridge mode (mono) at 1 x 40 W. Built-in EQ control allows users to adjust bass and treble and to mix the mic signal.
Finally, the Atlona Extender and Scaler Wall Plate (AT-HDVS-WP) is a commercial extender and scaler solution designed for classroom applications and conference rooms. The transmitter unit can accept both VGA and HDMI inputs and transmits it through RJ45 cables to a receiver unit, which scales the incoming signal to the native resolution of the display. www.atlona.com