Extron IN1606 Video Scaler
The latest video processor from Extron is an HDCP compliant solution that includes four HDMI inputs and two simultaneous HDMI outputs.

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Extron's new IN1606 video scaler is a versatile solution that includes a host of options, along with multiple HDMI inputs and outputs.
November 13, 2012 By CI Staff

The Anaheim, Calif.-based manufacturer Extron Electronics has one of the most extensive, versatile product lines in the entire world of commercial audio/video.

The Skinny: Not too long ago the company announced its latest video processor product: the new IN1606 HDCP compliant video scaler.

The Specs: The IN1606 video scaler incorporates four HDMI inputs, two universal analog video inputs and two simultaneous HDMI outputs. Extron explains the scaler can work with a variety of video signals, including HDMI, HDTV, RGB and standard definition (SD) video, and through its scaling engine, the product can deinterlace 1080i content and handle the Deep Color specification in tandem with resolutions as high as 1920x1200 and 2K. Some of the unit’s audio features include six stereo inputs, fixed and variable stereo outputs, two mic/line inputs with ducking and phantom power. Other options bundled into the IN1606 include the company’s SpeedSwitch technology that provides fast switching speeds with HDCP encrypted content, and a choice of Ethernet, RS-232 and USB control options.

Solutions:  The Extron IN1606 can be used to manage and distribute a variety of A/V signals in a variety of applications.

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