By Robert Archer · January 30, 2019 • The latest Vanco signal management products are designed to address residential and commercial A/V system applications with features like 4K compatibility and HDR10 support.
By Robert Archer · December 20, 2018 • Metra's latest line of Hybrid Active Optical Fiber Optic Cables enables the transmission of 4K video at 60Hz and 4:4:4 chroma subsampling.
By Robert Archer · October 29, 2018 • Designed to distribute a range of media, including 4K, the SnapAV Binary MoIP system integrates into many of today’s top control systems.
By CE Pro Editors · September 4, 2018 • The ONE Series includes models that support 1080p, 2160p 4K UHD, and come with Kordz's 'Lifetime Guarantee.'
By Robert Archer · August 24, 2018 • The Kordz PRS3 AOC HDMI cable will be introduced to U.S. integrators at the CEDIA Expo 2018 show in San Diego during the week of Sept. 4-8, and according to the company the product supports the latest video formats.
By Robert Archer · January 5, 2018 • Metra's newly announced Helios Active Fiber HDMI cables provide 18Gbps of throughput to fully support the HDMI 2.0 format and technologies like 4K, HDR and object-based surround sound.
By Robert Archer · October 4, 2017 • Key Digital KD-X222PO HDBaseT HDMI extender supports Ultra HD 4K signals up to 4096x2160 at 30Hz with 4:4:4 chroma 8-bit subsampling.
By CE Pro Editors · December 29, 2016 • Wireworld Cable Technology unveils six levels of HDMI 2.0 cables in lengths ranging from 1 foot to 65 feet.
By Robert Archer · October 18, 2016 • Since the introduction of Ultra HD and the introduction of enhancements such as HDR and wide color gamuts, bandwidth has become an issue for residential and commercial integrators.
By Jeff Boccaccio · May 19, 2016 • We are finally seeing true 4K 18Gbps content arriving, with in-field infrastructures not being able to support it. What can we do about this issue?
By Jeff Boccaccio · March 29, 2016 • The expansion to 18Gbps provides integrators with a choice: do the necessary tests with your legacy cables in the field, or leave yourself open to new challenges.
By Julie Jacobson · February 11, 2016 • At ISE 2016, multiple sources and displays are controlled through a Pulse Eight HDMI/HDBaseT switcher using only HDMI 2.0 connections and CEC control. No fancy remotes, programming or IR blasters. (Julie Jacobson / CE Pro)