Introducing WyreStorm HDMI Over SDI (Coax) Extender TX-SDI-50 Transmitter & RX-SDI-50 Receiver (50m / 165ft.)
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Who said coax is dead? Not our new HDMI over Coax Transmitter and Receiver extender products. When used with a single RG6 coaxial (SDI) cable, these products can extend a 1080p 3D signal with 7.1 HD audio up to 50 meters (actually longer - read on). For applications where coax is already in the wall and where running Cat5e cable is not possible, the WyreStorm HDMI over Coax solution can be a real lifesaver.
Now available from Epson! Enhance your Pro Cinema 6030UB, Pro Cinema 4030, Home Cinema 5030UB, and Home Cinema 5030UBe with the latest firmware for superior details and textures. The update expands Super Resolution technology to include the new Epson Detail Enhancement capabilities for sharp, rich images. Epson’s Detail Enhancement operates in concert with Super Resolution to enhance brightness differences of the texture and surface of images.
The WyreStorm Express EXP-CON-DAC-D is a Dolby Digital to analog audio converter capable of taking up to 5.1 channels of audio encoded in Dolby Digital Surround from any compatible multichannel S/PDIF coaxial or TOSLINK optical digital audio source and downmixing to standard L/R analog stereo audio.
The WyreStorm Express EXP-CON-DAC is a digital to analog audio converter capable of decoding connected S/PDIF coaxial or TOSLINK optical digital audio sources to standard analog stereo (L/R) audio with inputs selectable via onboard input select switch.
At only 17mm (0.67") the EX-40 extender is one of the thinnest extenders available -- perfect for those tight, ultra-thin TV installations. Rated for distances up to 40 meters (131 ft.), the EX-40 uses a single Cat5e/6 cable to transmit Dolby/DTS HD audio and 1080p video with bullet-proof reliability. It also includes EDID management and Bi-Directional IR for true control from/of the rack.
As we expected CAT6 cable is finally outselling CAT5E. This can only mean the Home Theater experience has been integrated into the Home Network and is demanding faster more reliable wiring. We all have been expecting this but are we trained and ready to get the most out of our cable installation?
Home Theater Review (.com) recently test-drove the new Denon AVR-X3000 and the results are, as expected, outstanding.