Key Digital showcases HDBaseT/HDMI “Digital IQ” Matrix Switchers KD-HD8x8Lite, KD-HD6x6Lite, and KD-HD4x4Lite

Key Digital showcases HDBaseT/HDMI “Digital IQ” Matrix Switchers KD-HD8x8Lite, KD-HD6x6Lite, and KD-HD4x4Lite

Mount Vernon, NY – Key Digital offers the Digital IQ series HDBaseT/HDMI Matrix Switchers: KD-HD8x8Lite, KD-HD6x6Lite, and KDHD4x4Lite. These HDBaseT/HDMI matrix switchers offer full buffering of HDCP and EDID, for seamless switching and viewing of any source/input to any display/output, regardless of multiple output viewing relation.

The Digital IQ™ KD-HD8x8/6x6/4x4Lite series offers 8/6/4 HDBaseT (CAT5e/6 RJ45) and 8/6/4 HDMI outputs with fully-automatic CAT5e/6 cable equalization. They support up to 16/12/8 TVs (8/6/4 mirrored) respectively, which can be connected via CAT5e/6 RJ45 HDBaseT outputs. Displays may also be connected using the HDMI outputs. These HDBaseT matrix switchers allow extension of 1080p/60, 1080p/24, 1080i, 720p up to 210 feet and 4K/Ultra HD signal extension up to 120 feet with KD-CATHD250POHRx extenders (included) and approved Key Digital CAT5e/6 cabling.

Key Digital’s Compass Control® automation system is built-in; negating the need for an external master controller (can supports up to 33 control ports). The KD-HD8x8/6x6/4x4Lite matrix switchers provide 3840x2160/30Hz/24Hz video resolution support for 4K-capable televisions and commercial applications, such as Digital Movie Theaters, CAD, Post Production, and Graphics.

Today’s installers need reliable, easy, and fast integration of video and audio distribution in residential applications. The KD-HD8x8/6x6/4x4Lite simplifies HDMI installations by offering all video, audio, and control capabilities needed for the most technical applications. All are backed with a lifetime warranty.

For more information, visit http://www.keydigital.com
 

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