Ocean Matrix has released two 4K HDMI audio extractors and a 4K HMDI splitter to distribute one HDMI source output to four HDMI devices.
Ocean Matrix said the 4K HDMI to HDMI extractors, 05HMHM0001 and 05HMHM0002, break out audio signals from any HDMI source and output left and right analog audio, multi-channel optical and HDMI audio. They include an HDMI loop out for monitoring and TV connection.
The video 10-bit HDR pass through feature preserves the original audio and video supporting resolutions up to [email protected]/60Hz. Housed in metal enclosures, both models support CEC bypass.
The 06HMDM0001 4K HDMI splitter distributes an HDMI 2.0 18Gbps signal from one HDMI source, such as a camera, to four HDMI enabled displays, extenders or recorders. It supports video output up to [email protected] without data loss.
The EDID switch function provides a choice of standard video and audio output or the settings of the display that is connected to the HDMI output.
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