Kramer Introduces the VP-425 Computer Graphics Video & HDTV to HDMI ProScale™ Digital Scaler

The VP'425 is a simple'to'use scaler / converter that is easily implemented in a multimedia classroom or conference room

Kramer Electronics is pleased to introduce the high��'performance VP��'425 digital scaler for computer graphics video and component HDTV signals. The Kramer VP��'425 up��' or down��'scales the PC or component video input and embeds the stereo audio into the HDMI output.

The VP��'425 is HDTV compatible and features a non��'HDCP encrypted HDMI or DVI output signal on an HDMI connector. The built��'in ProcAmp allows convenient signal adjustment and the On��'Screen Display (OSD) makes it easy to set up and adjust. The OSD is accessible via the unit's front��'panel buttons. A freeze button is also included in the unit.

The VP��'425 has a maximum resolution of up to WUXGA and 1080p. Its non��'volatile memory retains the last settings used. Controlling the VP��'425 is done directly via the front panel push buttons and the on��'screen display (OSD).

The VP��'425 is housed in a compact MegaTOOLS™ enclosure. Two units can be rack mounted side��'by��'side in a 1U rack space with the optional RK��'T2B universal rack adapter.

The VP��'425 is ideal for projection systems in conference rooms, boardrooms, hotels and houses of worship, as well as up��'scaling home theater and rental and staging applications.

The VP��'425 is currently in stock and available from Kramer Electronics sales companies around the world.

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