With ISE 2017 just around the corner, Atlona plans to debut two devices to tackle AV integration-related issues: Etude Sync (AT-ETU-SYNC) and AT-HDR-M2C. Built for HDR video systems and 4K UHD, they will solve installation and system problems arising from signal integrity, EDID communication, and audio/video format compatibility.
Etude Sync AT-ETU-SYNC
The Etude Sync is an EDID emulator with Hot Plug Detection that’s conveniently powered by USB. It can identify and fix bad signals, related to cabling and connections, as well as compatibility issues between a source device and destination. The Etude Sync can also address HDCP compliance at the sink and source. It maintains EDID communication with the source device by transporting EDID from the display or its internal memory.
The AT-HDR-M2C is an audio converter that obtains and downmixes Dolby, DTS, and multi-channel PCM from HD sources. It has an HDMI input with pass-through and provides downmixed stereo audio over HDMI, TOSLINK digital audio, and two-channel analog unbalanced audio outputs. The AT-HDR-M2C can de-embed HDMI audio with or without a connected destination.
This audio converter possesses EDID management abilities along with audio volume and bass/treble controls. These can be controlled by Ethernet using the Atlona Management System (AMS), web GUI, or other control system.
The Etude Sync and AT-HDR-M2C will be available April 2017. Both devices are backed by Atlona’s 10-year limited product warranty and customer support services. Be sure to stop by AVProSupply to discover more from Atlona as well as thousands of other great products from trusted brands. And give us a ring 1.888.902.3309 or email us at email@example.com for product information or any of your application inquiries—we love a challenge!