Cabletronix and NACE Release Brand New HDMI Based Switcher and Matrix Solutions

North American Cable Equipment (NACE/NACE Brands) and Cabletronix have recently released two brand new and exciting products to the electronics market. Now available for purchase through NACE Brands and all Cabletronix distributors is an HDMI multi-input switcher and a HDMI 8X8 matrix switch. Both units feature 4K compatibility to work with the most current high definition technology and standards.

Cabletronix and NACE Release Brand New HDMI Based Switcher and Matrix SolutionsThe CT-HDVD-4X14K-SW is an HDMI switching unit which will allow up to three HDMI sources and one VGA source to route and switch in to one common HDMI output / display source. This unit allows expanded HDMI compatibility with display sets that have limited HDMI inputs, and features easy switching between inputs via provided remote control or front panel selector switch. Even better, the VGA input connection converts VGA signal to HDMI for easy viewing of your PC or any VGA device on your home display set. The HDMI switcher is a real problem solver, especially if the purchaser has a display with only one HDMI input. This allows the user to continue to use a display with limited HDMI input options.

The CT-HDVD-8X-84K-MTX is a HDMI matrix switching unit, which truly meets the needs for the most advanced distribution systems. The HDMI switching unit will allow for connectivity and on the fly content changing for up to eight HDMI compatible devices and eight HDMI compatible display sets. Featuring easy and reliable integrated front panel switching, any source can immediately be routed to some or all display sets by simple button pushes.

Cabletronix and NACE Release Brand New HDMI Based Switcher and Matrix SolutionsThe Cabletronix 8X8 matrix switcher is especially useful in business and retail locations where providing video options are essential to the success of the business. This unit does not require a large and cumbersome equipment rack or complicated wiring harnesses, you get full HDMI 8X8 connectivity in a unit roughly the size of the common DVD player.

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