Extron RGB 109xi Dedicated Computer-Video and Audio Interface with ADSP
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The Extron RGB 109xi is a dedicated, analog computer-video and audio interface with ADSP™. It allows computer-video resolutions up to QXGA to be converted for output to projectors and flat panel displays. It also accepts unbalanced computer stereo audio and converts it to balanced, line-level stereo audio. Extron Advanced Digital Sync Processing or ADSP technology provides all-digital processing of sync signals, eliminating compatibility issues encountered when using analog sync processing with digital display devices. The RGB 109xi is ideal for use in applications that require signal amplification and sync processing to ensure compatibility between many different types of displays and computer-video signal sources found in classrooms, auditoriums, and conference rooms.
In addition, the RGB109xi interface features a buffered local monitor output and ID bit termination. Level and peaking, as well as horizontal shift controls, can be accessed via the front panel.
It is housed in a metal enclosure and can be furniture-mounted with optional mounting accessories.
- Input: RGB video on attached 4' (1.2 m) male 15-pin HD cable with 3.5 mm stereo audio plug and cable
- Output: RGB video on female BNC connectors for RGB, RGBS, or RGBHV; audio on captive screw connector
- 300 MHz (-3 dB) RGB video bandwidth
- Compatible with computer-video resolutions up to QXGA
- Buffered local monitor output
- ADSP™ - Advanced Digital Sync Processing — An Extron exclusive technology that provides all-digital processing of sync signals, eliminating compatibility issues encountered when using analog sync processing with digital display devices.
- DDSP™ - Digital Display Sync Processing — Allows the sync signal to pass through without altering sync pulse or width. Disables other sync processing features such as horizontal and vertical centering.
- Three-position level/peaking control — Boosts and equalizes video signals to compensate for signal loss and high-frequency attenuation that occur in long cable runs.
- Horizontal shift control — Shifts the displayed image left or right on the display screen. Also called "horizontal centering".
- Active PC audio to balanced audio interfacing — Converts computer-generated, unbalanced audio to balanced line-level stereo audio for output on a captive screw connector.
- Internal universal power supply