Connections

RS-232 - Serial communication Interface connection standard commonly utilized to  control equipment via computers and control systems using a common DB9 pinout.

TCP/IP / Ethernet / LAN - RJ45 - connection port  for communicating to devices via a Network using IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol) transmitting data packets to and from a Server/Computer.

IR EXT - Permits the use of an IR Receiver for remote extension providing control for a device using a 3.5mm mini jack.

L/R Audio Out - A connection in the form of a 3.5mm mini jack or Pin connector that enables audio extraction from HDMI Input to another device like Active Speakers or an Amplifier to distribute sound, typically only supports Mono and or stereo audio formats.

Digital Coax Out - A connection in the form of a single RCA port that enables audio extraction from HDMI inputs to another device like Active Speakers or an Amplifier to distribute digital quality audio including surround sound formats such as, Dolby Digital, Prologic, 5.1/7.1 and DTS.

EDID DIP Switch - Extended Display Identification Data (EDID) manual switch providing the ability to match the source devices resolution the Display’s video resolution.

IR Input - A connection in the form of a 3.5mm mini jack or Pin connector responsible for receiving IR signals from devices and sources using a set of commands for control in pulse form using infra-red spectrum.

IR Output - A connection in the form of a 3.5mm mini jack or Pin connector responsible for sending IR signals from a device to other device sources using a set of commands for control in pulse form using infra-red spectrum.

HDMI Input - A digital port connection providing an interface for HDMI cables to plug into any audio/video source, such as a set-top box, or DVD player usually found on TV Displays, Matrix Switchers and other video distribution devices. (HDMI 1.4, 2.0, 2.3 are numbers representing types of resolutions supported).

HDMI Output - A digital port connection providing an interface for HDMI cables to plug into any audio/video source, such as a set-top box, or DVD player usually found on AV Receivers, TV Displays, Matrix Switchers and other video distribution devices. (HDMI 1.4, 2.0, 2.3 are numbers representing types of resolutions supported).

HDBaseT - A global standard for the transmission of ultra-high-definition video & audio, Ethernet, controls, USB and up to 100W of power over a single, long-distance, cable using Category cable such as Cat5/5e/6/6a/7 with RJ45 connectors.

ARC - (Audio Return Channel) Connection typically in the form of SPDIF (Fiber Optic) port on a Display responsible for returning audio from the HDMI input in which a Source is connected providing sound back to a Surround Sound receiver to amplifier for audio distribution.

HDR10/HDR10+ - (High Dynamic Range) Enhances picture quality on displays by Producing 1000 NITS of peak brightness, whereas HDR 10+ supports up to 4000 nits. In addition, both the standards support 10 bit colour depth, which is approximately 1024 shades of primary colours.

4K - Ultra HD, refers to a TV resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 pixels. That's four times as many pixels than in a full HD TV, a total of about 8.3 million pixels. Having so many pixels means a higher pixel density, and you should have a clearer, better defined picture.

8K - Highest Resolution offered with  2X more pixels than 4K with a width of approximately 8000 pixels (7680 × 4320) on displays.

USB - A - Rectangular shape, common interface that enables communication between devices and a host controller such as a (PC). It connects peripheral devices such as digital cameras, mice, keyboards, printers, media devices, external hard drives and flash drives.

USB - B - Squarish shape, common interface that enables communication between devices and a host controller such as a (PC). It connects peripheral devices such as digital cameras, mice, keyboards, printers, media devices, external hard drives and flash drives.

USB-C - A smaller reversible USB connector or cable capable of carrying power and transferring up to 10Gbps of data.

Audio De-embedding - The process of Extracting audio from an HDMI Input in order to send audio signals to other devices such as active speakers or amplifiers.

Audio Embedding - The process of inserting audio from audio sources to an HDMI input for sound transfer.

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