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New products from tvONE

Designer of video and multimedia processing equipment, tvONE, is driving business forward with new products and technology.

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tvONE's new active optical cables provide video and audio extension with no compression or latency up to 328ft (100m) and without the need for external power

The developer and manufacturer provides a range of products and services for the professional audio visual, broadcast video, and digital signage markets.

In order to remain up to date with the latest technology, tvONE has recently invested in developing new products. A new line of active optical cables is one of the manufacturer’s latest additions. The line features DisplayPort 1.4 active optical cables (MG-AOC-88x) and HDMI 2.0 active optical cables (MG-AOC-66x).

According to tvONE, the cables provide a simple yet powerful solution for extending ultra-high resolution over long distances. These plug-and-play active optical cables provide video and audio extension with no compression or latency up to 100m and without the need for external power.

The new line offers flexibility to customers, with both cables available in non-plenum and plenum versions in ten different lengths.

Extending extremely high resolutions such as 8K is a major challenge. To be able to use a simple, non-powered cable is the easiest solution

Commenting on the cables, Mark Armon, global product manager at tvONE says: “Extending extremely high resolutions such as 8K is a major challenge. To be able to use a simple, non-powered cable is the easiest solution.”

Another addition to the developer’s range is the introduction of its Matrix Switcher series. The MX-65xx Series is designed to allow the distribution of HDMI 2.0 sources to multiply display devices independently or at the same time.

This can be done using an intuitive front panel, infrared remote control, control software, MX-tools, or using the simple API with a third-party controller.

The series has been developed as a solution to installations such as home theatres, classrooms, or conference rooms that demand high levels of performance and image fidelity.

Commenting on the Matrix Switcher series, Armon says: “The new MX-65xx series of matrices provides a well-rounded and flexible set of solutions. With pressures of 4K entering the conference room, these small devices will really help our integrators.”

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