Extron Announces New DVI Signal Regenerator and Audio Extender with EDID Management

Ideal for improving system performance by eliminating signal noise and reducing jitter at the output of the source.

Anaheim, California (February 12, 2013) - Extron Electronics is pleased to introduce the DVI 110 Plus, a DVI signal regenerator and audio extender with EDID Minder. The DVI 110 Plus retimes and reshapes marginal or noisy DVI-D signals at the source, ensuring a strong, stable digital signal. It also accepts unbalanced computer stereo audio and converts it to balanced line level stereo audio, eliminating noise usually associated with unbalanced audio over long cable runs. The DVI 110 Plus features EDID Minder, which maintains continuous EDID communication with the source and ensures proper video output even if the display device is off. The DVI 110 Plus is available in Decora-style and AAP form factors, and is ideal for improving system performance by eliminating signal noise and reducing jitter at the output of the source.


"Maintaining the quality of digital signals throughout the signal path is an increasing challenge for AV system designers and integrators," says Casey Hall, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Extron. "With its compact, architectural-mount form factors, the DVI 110 Plus allows digital signal regeneration and EDID management to be placed where it's needed most, on the wall, in a floor box, or in a tabletop or desktop surface."

The DVI 110 Plus can be used in conjunction with an Extron DVI 101 or HDMI 101 Plus cable equalizer to ensure optimal picture quality on a long cable run. It can also be used with DVI or HDMI products equipped with input cable equalization, such as the Extron SMX HDMI and DVI Pro matrix boards, or DXP Series and DMS Series digital matrix switchers.

Visit our Web site at www.extron.com for more information.

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