InfoComm - Key Digital Introduces 4K HDBaseT/HDMI Champion Series Matrix Switcher: KD-HD16x16ProK

The Champion Series KD-HD16x16ProK offers 16 HDMI inputs to 16 HDBaseT HDMI outputs with fully automatic CAT5e/6 cable equalization.

MOUNT VERNON, N.Y., May 26, 2015 -- Key Digital, an award winning (CES, InfoComm, CEDIA, NAHB) manufacturer of leading-edge technology for HDTV applications, introduces the Champion Series 4K HDBaseT/HDMI Matrix Switcher, KD-HD16x16ProK, for the upcoming InfoComm 2015 in Orlando, Florida. As leaders in digital video technology, Key Digital produces a variety of HDMI switchers to provide solutions to installers of commercial and residential A/V systems.


The Champion Series KD-HD16x16ProK offers 16 HDMI inputs to 16 HDBaseT HDMI outputs with fully automatic CAT5e/6 cable equalization. Each output has individual RS-232, IR input and IR output ports, enabling bi-directional control signal extension. This HDBaseT Matrix switcher allows extension of 4K/60/30/24, 1080p/60, 1080p/23,1080i, 720p up to 400 feet using Key Digital's KD-CAT6STP1X and up to 300 feet using a third-party cabling. Also, allows up to 600 feet of signal extension using 1080p or lesser.

The Champion Series KD-HD16x16ProK has the ability to pass UHD/4K signal and 3D stereoscopic signal formats. Also it comes with 16 KD-X16x16RX HDBaseT/HDMI Extenders, with IR/RS-232 control signal extension via single CAT5e/6 cabling.

Today's installers need reliable, easy, and fast integration of video and audio in commercial and residential applications. The KD-HD16x16ProK simplifies HDBaseT/HDMI installations by offering all video, audio, and control capabilities needed for the most technical applications. All are backed with a lifetime warranty.

For more information on how Key Digital is revolutionizing digital video transmission, visit http://www.keydigital.com. Key Digital will be exhibiting at InfoComm 2015. For more information click here or visit us at Booth 3473.

Key Digital Industry Leadership

Mike Tsinberg, Founder and President of Key Digital, is a holder of 40 HDTV patents.

* "Father of DVD" - Developed architecture and system software for world first Digital Video Disk (DVD) MPEG2 based authoring system—key DVD enabling technology
* Participated with Emmy Award Winner for DVD technology development
* 2009 Inductee by HDTV by the Academy of DTV Pioneers (CEA) - Top 200 Pioneers
* SMTPE Fellow
* Adele De Berri Pioneers Award winner at InfoComm 2013

About Key Digital
Key Digital is an award winning (CES, InfoComm, CEDIA, NAHB) developer and manufacturer of leading-edge technology for HDTV applications, delivering total video systems solutions. The company manufactures a wide range of digital video processing and video signal distribution solutions as well as control systems marketed broadly to the HDTV community, such as digital video and audio processors, switchers, distribution amplifiers, cables, adapters, and more. For more information, visit our webpage at http://www.keydigital.com.

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