Just Add Power Rackmount Transmitter Supports Dolby Atmos and DTS:X
Expanding its product line, the new Just Add Power VBS-HDIP-747 Rackmount Transmitter provides dealers more system configuration choices.
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The new Just Add Power (J+P) VBS-HDIP-747 Rackmount Transmitter has recently been announced, providing integrators with a rackmount version of its 3G Ultra HD Over IP Ethernet (PoE) transmitter.
The Rackmount Transmitter expands the company's product line, helping provide integrators with a wider choice of solutions to meet residential and commercial A/V signal distribution needs.
"J+P provides integrators with a video distribution approach that guarantees flexibility and longevity, even as standards and formats evolve and projects vary in requirements," says Ed Qualls, founder and president of Just Add Power.
"Our new rackmount 3G PoE transmitter adds yet another option to meet those needs. Integrators can select the J+P device form factor, features and performance they need and easily distribute a mix of video signals up to 4K UHD in one affordable video distribution system."
Just Add Power VBS-HDIP-747 Rackmount Transmitter Delivers Full Functionality
The VBS-HDIP-747 Rackmount Transmitter provides the same features and benefits as Just Add Power's competitively priced VBS-HDMI-707 PoE TX.
Both products distribute 4K video with HDR support to meet the growing demand for UltraHD 4K. The products also support HDCP 2.2 copyright protection, two-way RS-232 and IP control, audio support for Dolby Atmos and DTS:X surround sound, and optional 4K to 1080p scaling at the display location.
Additionally, when using Just Add Power's product line, integrators can mix-and-match within the same gigabit network to employ a scalable approach to system design.
Now shipping, integrators can order the VBS-HDIP-747 3G Ultra HD over IP PoE transmitter for their upcoming jobs.
VBS-HDIP-747 3G Ultra HD over IP PoE Transmitter at a glance:
- Supports UltraHD and 4K video
- Compatible with HDCP 2.2 copyright protection
- Works with the object-based surround sound formats like Dolby Atmos and DTS:X
- RS-232 and IP control capabilities
- Installs into commercial and residential AV systems
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