High-performance HDMI at CES 2014 in Las Vegas

March 3rd, 2014, Published in Articles: EngineerIT

 

aad-067-03-2014Analog Devices showcased a series of products at the CES show in Las Vegas, USA and expanded its portfolio with the introduction of three new products said to help enrich the entertainment experience for customers. The company introduced a family of three high-performance HDMI cross-point transceivers that distribute high-definition audio and video content across a range of professional and home A/V systems. The ADV7625/6/7 cross-point transceivers include up to five HDMI inputs and up to two HDMI outputs, and support full audio extraction and insertion (SPDIF and 8-channel I2S audio) for each video channel. Unlike competing devices that require an extra component to carry a second audio channel, the ADV7625 and ADV7626 allow for the extraction and re-insertion of audio from and to each HDMI data stream. This means audio can be processed and re-inserted into the video stream, rendered locally or switched independently.

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