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Extron DSC 301 HD Scaler
Extron's new DSC 301 HD scaler is an HDCP compliant scaler that includes a choice of analog and digital inputs and an HDMI output.

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Extron says the DSC 301 HD scaler maintains HDCP protection through its Key Minder technology that authenticates and maintains continuous HDCP encryption between source devices and displays.
December 12, 2012 | by CI Staff

Extron has a variety of signal management products that spans everything from cost effective, to no-holds barred market benchmarks.

The Skinny: The newly announced DSC 301 scaler falls somewhere in the middle of the Anaheim, Calif.-based company’s product line, and according to the Extron, the scaler provides electronics professionals with a compact and reasonably priced video signal management solution.

The Specs: Extron says the DSC 301 is an HDCP-compliant video solution that includes an HDMI input, configurable high-resolution analog and composite video inputs, along with an HDMI output. The DSC 301 also includes a video processing engine that utilizing 30-bit processing to support functions such as deinterlacing. Extron adds the unit is also capable of delivering output resolutions of 1920x1200, 1080p and 2K, and it maintains HDCP through its Key Minder technology that authenticates and maintains HDCP encryption between source devices and displays.

Solutions: Extron says the DSC 301 can be used for everything from basic installations, to advanced video systems.

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