CYP have revealed their latest AV innovation the new PUV-1082-PRO HDBaseT Matrix with 18Gbps support.
Available now from main UK distributor - CIE, CYP has released it's brand new PUV-1082-PRO HDBaseT Matrix aimed at the professional AV installer.
The PUV-1082-PRO is CYP's latest generation 10/10 HDMI HDBaseT Matrix and the successor to the hugely successful PUV-1082-4K22.
With all the innovation and features found in its predecessor, the new PUV-1082-PRO Matrix now features the latest AVLC technology - allowing transmission of 4K / UHD signals above the normal 10.2 Gbps of HDBaseT.
CYP's AVLC technology (Adaptive Visual Lossless Compression) overcome the 10.2Gbps limitations, enabling long-distance, multi-room / multi-zone transmission of data rates up to 18 Gbps.
By embedding AVLC technology into their multi-function 10x10 Matrix, we believe that CYP have developed one of their most feature-full, high performance HDMI Matrix products ever!
The PUV-1082-PRO transmitter also acts as an extendeder enabling 4KUHD sources up to 4K@60Hz (4:4:4, 8-bit) as well as 10/12 bit sources with HDR, including Dolby Vision, to be transmitted to a compatible receiver resulting in a perfect 4K 6G visually lossless image delivered to the display screen.
The PUV-1082-PRO also supports independent video output scaling on all of the HDBaseT and HDMI outputs. This is particularly useful when transmitting a 4KHDR signal to a mix of standard 1080p HD and 4K displays. High resolution digital audio formats such as LPCM 7.1CH, Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Atmos and DTS-HD Master Audio as well as 3D video content are also supported.
HDBaseT is the convergence of uncompressed HD video, HD audio, 100BaseT Ethernet, various control signals for home automation and 100 watt power for specific devices delivered through a standard CAT5e/6 cable. HDBaseT supports all video sources, including legacy products, and does not add latency.
Using HDBaseT will help to transform a number of different industries including home entertainment, which will become more simple than existing HDMI solutions and will allow high quality signal to be sent a lot further than before through just a single wire. And with millions of homes already equipped with Ethernet Cat cables, much of the infrastructure needed for HDBaseT is already in place.
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