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Aavara introduces uncompressed HDMI over single cat5e/6 3DTV extender
Press release
Monday 13 June 2011

Aavara announces three uncompressed HDMI 3DTV Extenders, flexible and high-performance HD AV extension solutions for integrating residential HD AV entertainment system over ultra-long distance, as well as for digital signage applications.

Aavara PE3D4K100A HDMI v1.4a Cat5e/6/7 Single-Cable Extender features the latest HDBase-T technology, which can support uncompressed 4Kx2K (4096x2160p, 4 times Full HD 1080p), 48bits Deep Colour, 7.1 channels audio, Ethernet Network Link, Power Over Cable transmission up to 100M (330ft) over ultra long distance by using SINGLE Cat5e/6/7 cable. It also fully supports HDMI v1.4, allowing smooth 3D video transmission from 3D Blu-ray players to 3DTVs, with CEC, 36 bit Deep Colour & fully HDCP compliance. Built-in 3 x 100Mbps Fast Ethernet RJ-45 ports at both sender and receiver allow Internet connected TV, Video device and PC keep link with Internet.

Power Over Cat5 Cable design made PE3D4K100A receiver don't need power adapter. Convenient IR Pass-Thru function allows video sources to be controlled via IR remote control from TV/Display which may be located some distance away.

Aavara PE4K3D100 HDMI v1.4a Cat5e/6/7 Single-Cable Extender, a little brother of PE3D4K100A, features same HDBase-T technology with same 100M uncompressed 1080p 3D video transmission power with Convenient IR and RS-232 Pass-Thru function. Tiny 9.8 x 8.3 x2.7cm form factor and single-cable transmission make it an ideal fit for interior designs without compromising on style.

PE3D4K100A is available to ship now, while PE3D4K100 will be available to ship in July 2011.

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