4 x 1 High performance component video and digital/analog audio switch.

AVLinx Systems new product, the AVS4.1 is a high bandwidth 4 x 1 component video and digital/analog audio switch. It provides ultimate control of multiple HDTV video and audio sources. Integrates seamlessly into any home theater installation.

Dallas, TX - AVLinx Systems introduces the AVS4.1, a high performance 4 to 1 component video, analog and digital audio switch. The AVS4.1 provides the perfect solution to routing multiple HDTV signals to an HD television. This includes satellite receivers, DVD players, and video game consoles. It can also switch full surround sound audio. With a bandwidth of 167 MHz the AVS4.1 is the highest performing switch in its class.

• Remote Control
• 4 component video inputs, digital coax/optical and analog audio inputs
• High -bandwidth passive switch design
• Front panel input selector
• Programmable to work with most remote controls
• 1U - 17 x 6.5 x 1.75 Steel Case
• Rack/Wall Mountable
• RS -232 controllable
• RGBHV, S -video, composite video switching supported.

The AVS4.1 is shipping now with a MSRP of $249.

About AVLinx Systems

AVLinx Systems was founded by engineers committed to quality audio and video equipment. The company focuses on designing products with the highest standards in signal integrity, function and form. For more information on our products and becoming a reseller please visit www.AVLinx.com or email sales@AVLinx.com.

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