Norcross, Ga. – Octava Inc., specialists in HDMI distribution equipment, announced the release of a Dual Output HDMI Splitter Distribution Amplifier. The 1×2 HDMI Distribution Amplifier allows Home theater enthusiasts to deliver 2 HD video and audio streams to 2 HD displays simultaneously via HDMI.
As the price of flat panel technology continues to drop, many home theater enthusiasts will install multiple displays. The 1×2 Distribution Amplifier solves the need to distribute and display HDMI video and audio to both displays allowing users to fully utilize their HD displays and sources.
Octava’s 1×2 HDMI Distribution Amplifier is designed for Dual Display Theater systems. The 1×2 HDMI Distribution Amplifier has 2 HDMI Outputs that allow users to simultaneously show the same HD video and audio to 2 displays via HDMI at full 1080P resolution.
In addition, a Digital Toslink Audio output is provided. The Digital Toslink Audio Output “couples” audio data from the HDMI data stream. The 1×2 Distribution Amplifier processes the HDMI data and outputs the audio via Toslink Audio while leaving the HDMI signals ( both audio and video) available to both HDMI outputs. The advantage is that users can easily integrate the 1×2 HDMI Distribution Amplifier with pre-existing Surround Sound Audio Equipment that has no HDMI audio capability.
Octava Inc., provides a full line of HDMI switch that allow users to multiplex between multiple HDMI sources. The 1×2 Distribution Amplifier complements the HDMI switch capability by allowing users to “split and distribute” multiple HDMI source to 2 HD displays.
Jeff Su is product-marketing manager at Octava Inc. http://www.octavainc.com. Jeff is a graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology (BSEE, MSEE) and has over 10 years of experience in CATV systems, RF, and microwave designs. He may be reached at email@example.com
HDMI is the latest standard for distributing High Definition Digital Video and Audio in high def displays for 2 reasons: 1) uncompressed digital format ensures the best picture quality and 2) HDMI allows content providers to ensure that their intellectual property is protected through HDCP.