Built for high-performance 4K HDR signal distribution and extension, Opus products are engineered with a comprehensive range of control system integration and audio matrixing features
ISE 2019 marks the international debut of Opus™, a series of three HDMI-to-HDBaseT matrix switchers and one receiver from Atlona. Built for high-performance 4K HDR signal distribution and extension, Opus products are engineered with a comprehensive range of control system integration and audio matrixing features, making it ideal for a wide range of small-to-medium-sized commercial and residential applications requiring multi-zone AV distribution. Atlona will demonstrate Opus all week at Stand 5-U120.
The Opus Series includes the AT-OPUS-46M (4×6); AT-OPUS-68M (6×8); and AT-OPUS-810M (8×10) matrix switchers, all of which feature HDBaseT outputs for transmission of HDMI, Ethernet pass through, bidirectional IR, and RS-232 control signals up to 330 feet (100 meters). Each Opus model enables routing to HDBaseT outputs plus two additional HDMI outputs, providing exceptional flexibility for the custom installer. A companion receiver, the AT-OPUS-RX, is purpose-built for the Opus matrix switchers. The receiver is remotely powered over Ethernet (PoE), and can pass metadata for HDR streaming content.
“With new High Dynamic Range televisions on the market, integrators are facing customer demands for AV systems that support these formats, or for their current systems to be upgraded to HDR capability,” said Joshua Castro, product manager, Atlona. “The Opus Series is the next stage in the evolution of our HDMI-to-HDBaseT matrix switcher product line for integrators seeking to build a video distribution system to accommodate 4K/UHD video at a 60 Hz frame rate with 4:4:4 chroma sampling.”