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Tributaries Adds an HDMI over Cat5 Solution To Its Growing Hi-Def Electronics Line

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Orlando, FL–November 2007–Florida’s Tributaries Cable has for over 16 years maintained a leadership position in high-value, high-performance cables, accessories, and installation solutions for audio, video, and custom-install systems. Best known for superb yet affordable cable and wiring, Tributaries also boasts an ever-growing family of small, simple, but highly useful video electronics components. The latest, the HXC5 HDMI over Cat5 system, is a genuine problem solver for today’s modern home theater systems.

The Tributaries HXC5 provides a simple solution for sending an HDMI signal over distances up to 50 meters (164ft) virtually loss-free. The HXC5 requires a double-run of low-cost, flexible, easy-to-run standard CAT5/5E/6 network cabling. The HXC5 employs balanced/unbalanced signal processing ensuring full hi-def signal integrity for all video formats up to and including 1080p, and is HDMI v1.2-and HDCP compliant. The HXC5 is packaged as a complete, ready-to-connect system, including a compact “balun” transmitter (source-end) and receiver (destination-end), each measuring 5″x5″x1″, and two 5-volt power supplies. Installation is as simple as plugging and playing: another turn-key Tributaries solution that’s easy, fast, effective, and affordable.

Tributaries latest fast-fix solution is now available, at a manufacturer’s suggested prices of $600.

About Tributaries
Established in 1991 in Orlando, Florida, Tributaries is an acknowledged leader in the design, production, and distribution of high-quality audio and video interconnect cables, speaker wires, accessories, and electronics. The company prides itself on its customer service, and has won the CE industry magazine Inside Track Supplier Loyalty Awards a total of ten times in the past eleven years.

Tributaries is a wholly owned subsidiary of Gordon J. Gow Technologies, Inc.

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