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Liberty Wire & Cable Expands DigitaLinx Family of Digital HDMI Solutions for A/V Pros (2007)

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New Distribution Amplifiers, Switcher, Multiplexer, HDMI Cable, and a Tell-All Color Brochure Add Options for HDMI-Based Systems and Installers

Colorado Springs, CO, August 23, 2007 — Liberty Wire & Cable introduces a new group of DigitaLinx digital solutions for custom installation and audio/video professionals.

The new DigitaLinx products include 2-In/5-Out and 1-In/10-Out HDMI Distribution Amplifiers, a 2-In/1-Out HDMI Switcher, a 6-In/6-Out HDMI Multiplexer, new HDMI Fiber Optic Cable, and a DigitaLinx full-color guide, Digital Solutions for the Residential Contractor, that fully describes the entire DigitaLinx product line.

The DigitaLinx family incorporates a variety of devices — including digital repeaters, distribution amplifiers, switchers and fiber optic solutions — that extend and route DVI and HDMI signals in residential and commercial installations. They provide an enormous number and variety of solutions for installation and AV professionals who find themselves working in a world of merging technologies increasingly dependent on digital information. The well-designed and integrated DigitaLinx solutions keep businesses competitive and profitable, while further expanding the Liberty Advantage.

Liberty’s new 2-In, 5-Out HDMI Distribution Amplifier, Model DL-HDD25, allows one digital video and audio source (such as a DVD player, set-top box or computer) to be split into multiple digital displays. The new 1-In, 10-Out HDMI Distribution Amplifier, Model DL-HDD110, allows one digital video and audio source to be split into ten digital displays. On both models, the built-in amplification function enables HDMI signal distribution without signal loss.

Both models are ideal for use in monitoring systems and Home Theaters with multiple displays, and for testing equipment. Both also support high-quality HDTV resolution up to 1080p, long-length transmissions, and bandwidth from 25-165Mhz. They also comply with the High-Definition Content Protection (HDCP) standard on all channels.

Liberty’s new 2-In, 1-Out HDMI Switcher, Model DL-HDS21, allows two different digital A/V sources to share one video display. A unique Liberty feature allows easy switching between four digital sources using a remote control unit or a manual switch on the front. The switcher is perfect for Home Theater system integration, and easy switching between different video sources, since it eliminates the hassle of manually plugging in different HDMI or DVI connectors to view different sources, such as DVD players, satellite receivers and PCs. It supports HDTV resolution up to 1080p, and is HDCP compliant.

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Liberty’s new 6-In, 6-Out HDMI Multiplexer, Model DL-HDM66, combines the best features of a distribution amplifier and a switcher. It allows six different digital A/V sources to be split into multiple digital displays. The multiplexer is ideal for Home Theater system integration, and easy switching between different sources. It supports HDTV resolution up to 1080p, and is HDCP compliant.

Liberty’s new HDMI Fiber Optic Cable is designed to let digital displays — including plasma TVs, digital projectors, LCD monitors, and HDTVs — extend up to 330 feet away from their digital video and audio source. Liberty’s patented optical conversion technology enables noise-free, wide-angle XGA high-resolution viewing at the extended distance.

Digital Solutions for the Residential Contractor, the new DigitaLinx brochure, showcases Liberty’s broad selection of digital, easy-to-use products and cables in eight highly detailed, fully illustrated, full-color pages. The handy reference is essential for busy professionals and available free of charge.

All of Liberty’s new DigitaLinx components, including the DigitaLinx brochure, are available now, and can be seen with Liberty’s other fine products at Booth 306, Colorado Convention Center, during the show.

About Liberty Wire & Cable
Liberty is headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colo., and is in its 14th year of operation. Its core goods, sold primarily for audio/video and security applications, consist of a complete line of wire and cable products along with connectors and connector systems, cable assemblies, interconnects, and a broad range of related accessories. Liberty principally serves the residential, commercial, broadcast, and rental and staging segments of the pro/AV industry. It also enjoys long-term relationships with a number of prominent OEMs. Liberty manufactures and markets the PanelCrafters line of custom and stock plates and panels. The company, which sells in 49 countries, has other facilities in Charlotte, N.C., and Phoenix, Ariz., and holds memberships in CEDIA, ICIA and NSCA.

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