04.13.2004 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Gefen debuts amplifier that reaches eight displays through a single HDTV source

Connectivity solutions provider Gefen has released its new high-definition distribution amplifier, the 2:8 HDTV distribution amplifier.

The 2:8 amplifier uses only one HDTV video source to eight HDTV displays using DVI (digital visual interface) connectors. The ex-tend-it 2:8 HDTV distribution amplifier splits the HDTV signal eight ways enabling simultaneous, multi-display viewing. It is HDCP (high-definition content protection) compliant, ensuring that all high-resolution data is accurately reproduced for the best picture.

With two DVI inputs, the 2:8 HDTV splitter can also switch between two video sources. Each source, when selected, will distribute up to eight video signals. The 2:8 HDTV splitter is compatible with high-definition video sources such as computers, DVD players and satellite set-top boxes, and high-definition displays and projectors that utilize DVI connectors. When used with one of Gefen's HDTV extension solutions, each display can be extended up to hundreds of feet from the source.

For more info: www.gefen.com .

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