Atlona’s NEW 4K HDR Four-Output HDMI Distribution Amplifier

The Atlona Rondo™ 444 (AT-RON-444) is a 1×4 HDMI distribution amplifier for high dynamic range (HDR) formats. It is HDCP 2.2 compliant and supports 4K/UHD video @ 60 Hz with 4:4:4 chroma sampling, as well as HDMI data rates up to 18 Gbps.

OmniStream Dual-Channel Dante Networked Audio Interface: AT-OMNI-232

The Atlona OmniStream™ AT-OMNI-232 is a Dante networked audio interface that transmits and receives two channels of audio over a network. AT-OMNI-232 devices are ideal for integrating microphones and other audio sources with a Dante-equipped DSP and OmniStream AV decoders. The AT-OMNI-232 features two balanced mic/line audio inputs with selectable 24-volt phantom power, as well as two balanced line level outputs. It can be powered over the network though Power over Ethernet (PoE), as well as from local AC power. The AT-OMNI-232 extends the power and flexibility of the OmniStream networked AV platform, by enabling facility-wide system designs that include complete audio system integration with Dante-based professional audio devices. www.atlona.com/omnistream-av-over-ip

OmniStream 111 & 121 Single-Channel Network Encoders and Decoders

OmniStream supports 4K/UHD at 30 Hz with 4:4:4 color, as well as 60 Hz with 4:2:0 chroma subsampling. Designing enterprise AV systems that can handle 4K video is a must. End users are aware of 4K and are requesting it from integrators, while new and interesting use cases continue to emerge for 4K in pro AV applications. The OmniStream AV over IP product line supports 4K/UHD at 30 Hz with 4:4:4 color, as well as 60 Hz with 4:2:0 chroma subsampling.

OmniStream 112 & 122 Dual-Channel Network Encoders and Decoders

OmniStream encoders and decoders process two independent 4K video channels in a single box. An AV industry first, offering a significant cost advantage for facility or enterprise-wide installations. OmniStream Video over IP endpoint devices (also known as encoders and decoders) can process two independent video channels in a single box. Competitive products are of similar size, but with only one channel of video encoding or decoding. Based on pricing per video channel, OmniStream two-channel encoders and decoders offer a significant cost advantage, which can especially be realized for facility or enterprise-wide installations.

What’s the difference between 4K and UHD?

HowToAV.tv speaks to Atlona Training Director Ken Eagle to talk 4K and ultra high definition video. Are UHD and 4K the same thing or are there differences? Ultra HD and 4K video resolution provide a confusion in the professional world of AV and to the consumer TV world; we find out how the two phrases / display resolutions differ.