Black Box AVS-HDMI2-8X8 8x8 matrix switcher / audio disembedder

Mfg.Part: AVS-HDMI2-8X8 | CDW Part: 5495824 | UNSPSC: 45111801
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  • 8x8 matrix switcher / audio disembedder
The Video Matrix Switch is a professional 4K 8 x 8 HDMI 2.0 Matrix Switch with 8 HDMI inputs, 8 HDMI outputs, and 8 SPDIF audio outputs. It is designed for switching eight HDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2 compliant signals. It also includes powerful EDID management to ensure reliable AV distribution and routing.

You can control the unit via the front panel, IR, RS-232, TCP/IP and web-based GUI.

The 8 x 2 Video Matrix Switch, 18G Seamless Switching, HDMI 2.0 4K 60 Hz 4:4:4 HDR simplifies meeting room and presentation space system integration via one HDBaseT input, four HDMI inputs, one VGA input, one DP input, one USB-C input, one HDBaseT output and one HDMI output. It also has external audio inputs to be embedded in HDBaseT, HDMI and VGA video inputs respectively. It offers MIX audio input for global audio.

The 8 x 2 matrix switch provides true 4K scaling up to 4K @ 60 Hz @ 4:4:4. Both inputs and outputs are capable of providing 4K @ 60 Hz @ 4:4:4 signals. The HDBaseT input and output give you an innovative solution with VLC technology, allowing transmission of HDMI 2.0 signals over a CATx cable while ensuring very high, original image quality. It is designed for use with the VX-HDB2-KIT extender kit. The USB-C input is ideal for AV interfacing with newer MacBook, Chromebook, and Windows PCs, as well as smart phones and tablets.

The 8 x 2 matrix switch supports auto switching on HDMI, HDBaseT and HDMI loop outputs based on TMDS activity signals sensing. It also allows users to control system functionality via Web GUI, RS-232, IR and CEC. Additionally, users can control a relay device such as the rise and fall of a projector screen over RELAY ports.

The matrix switch is designed to be the central component of an AV system. It is ideal for applications where multiple signals with different resolutions must be optimized for displays. It is also suitable for presentation spaces where two displays are needed.