The Matrix6 is DVDO's first matrix switcher that brings 4K Ultra HD source switching to residential and commercial A/V systems.
SUNNYVALE, Calif., January 24, 2013, - DVDO® Inc., announces that new firmware is available for the DVDO Matrix Switcher, Matrix6. The Matrix6 is DVDO's first matrix switcher that brings 4K Ultra HD source switching to residential and commercial A/V systems. Developed for easy integration into home theater control systems, Matrix6 supports two independent 4K streams allowing you to add a second display or projector while sharing an existing source stack thereby minimizing cost. Additionally, it provides MHL® (Mobile High Definition-Link) connectivity to mobile content on a big screen. For immediate download, please click here. Please note that the update requires resetting Matrix6 to factory defaults.
The new firmware updates include:
*Fixed Custom EDID selection menu bug
*Improved switching in performance mode reduces and in most cases eliminates picture flashing in one zone while input switching is performed in another zone.
*Improved compatibility with Apple TVs
*Improved input switching time
*Improved input LED reaction time for a better user experience
*Added support for MHL 2.1 3D video
*Fixed issue where MHL power is unintentionally cycled when switching to and from an MHL input (HDMI 1 or HDMI 6)
*Input switching command through the serial port now indicates a zone number per the specification
DVDO Matrix6 is available at Amazon.com with an MSRP of $499.99.
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About DVDO, Inc.
DVDO, Inc. delivers award-winning video connectivity solutions for professional installers and end users. DVDO's video switchers, wireless adapters and video processors feature advanced technologies to provide professional-quality video from multiple sources across a wide range of displays. DVDO, Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Silicon Image, Inc.