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Topic # 152179 18-Sep-2014 14:49
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As the title says....we would like to offer someone from the Kapiti Coast a trial run of our new product, the HDMI over IP extender. 

These awesome units extend your HDMI signal around your house over your existing network (for best results, have a dedicated gigabit network), excellent for multiroom situations and far cheaper than HDBaseT products once you pass the 4 source 4 zone models.  You can have up to 16 inputs/transmitters and up to 254 receivers. 

We would like someone to trial the units to give us a real world experience, someone who is willing to watch a bit of TV :) and let us know how these units perform.  You can also have the option of purchasing the test unit and any other units at cost, to set up your multi-room system.

Please PM me if this sounds good to you and especially if you are looking for this kind of product.




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  Reply # 1132291 19-Sep-2014 18:28
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Is it HDCP compliant?

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  Reply # 1132294 19-Sep-2014 18:31
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Is it lossless or using jpeg2000? I tried one that used jpeg and it was useless for PC applications because it made everything look bad.




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  Reply # 1132295 19-Sep-2014 18:37
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NZWizzkid: Is it HDCP compliant?


Yes they are HDCP compliant.




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  Reply # 1132306 19-Sep-2014 19:00
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richms: Is it lossless or using jpeg2000? I tried one that used jpeg and it was useless for PC applications because it made everything look bad.


When I spoke to our disty a while ago, I was sure he said H.264 but I am not quite sure, I'll get back to you with the correct compression.

Edit: to get replies to posts :)





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