Key Digital Introduces 4K/HDCP2.2 HDMI App Ready Switchers: KD-Pro2x1 and KD-Pro4x1

Mount Vernon, NY --- Key Digital introduces the KD-Pro2x1 and KD-Pro4x1 for the upcoming ISE 2017. Key Digital® produces a variety of products to provide solutions to installers of commercial and residential A/V systems.

The KD-Pro2x1 and KD-Pro4x1 have HDMI switching of 2/4 HDMI inputs to 1 HDMI output. They have the capability resolution support for SD, HD, and VESA up to Ultra HD/4K. With the ability to pass 3D stereoscopic signal formats. Each comes with the capability through RS-232 control and front status LEDs.

These products de-embed audio from the selected HDMI input¾sending that signal to external or analog audio outputs, including a new phoenix block connector.

Simple video switchers have always been a mainstay in the Key Digital® product lineup. What we’ve done is implemented all the feedback from our integrators to breathe new life into the products and make them an even better fit for presentation applications. KD-Pro2x1 and KD-Pro4x1 support all resolutions up to UHD/4K so they are perfect matches for conference rooms, classrooms, or any room where a user comes in and needs to present their content.

Adding IP Controllability along with the release of our free Key Digital® App provides a cool and elegant interface for end users. Alternatively, we know of many end users that would prefer to not have a touch screen. With the new auto-switch feature, the end user can view their content by simply plugging in the HDMI cable to their laptop.

Today’s installers need reliable, easy, and fast integration of video and audio switching in commercial and residential applications. Key Digital® is known to deliver best-in-class products based on quality, performance, and reliability. This is why the KD-Pro2x1 and KD-Pro4x1are backed by a 10-Year Warranty

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

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