The Extron Four Input Scaler IN1604 HDMI is a HDCP compliant scaler with three HDMI inputs, a universal analogue video input and an Extron DTP® or HDMI output.
All housed in a compact 1U, half rack enclosure.
The IN1604 is ideal for installation beneath conference tables and in lecterns to provide localized switching support for sources such as presenter devices.
Integrates HDMI, analogue video, and audio sources into presentation systems — The IN1604 provides centralized switching for a wide range of AV sources.
Three HDMI; one universal 15-pin HD input for RGB, component video, S-video, or composite video;
stereo balanced/unbalanced audio inputs on captive screw; unbalanced stereo audio input on one 3.5 mm stereo mini jack
One HDMI output – IN1604 HD; one stereo audio output on captive screw
Three HDMI inputs and one universal analogue video input.
The IN1604 allows for switching between HDMI and analogue video sources.
The universal analogue input accepts all standard analogue video formats, including RGB, HD component video, S-video, and composite video.
Available with DTP or HDMI output:
The IN1604 HD is equipped with an HDMI output.
Auto-switching between inputs:
Auto switching allows for simple, unmanaged installation in locations such as in a lectern or under a conference table.
When multiple inputs are active, the switching priority is configurable.
Selectable output rates from 640×480 to 1920×1200, including 1080p/60 and 2K:
Available output rates include computer and video up to 1920×1200, including 1080p/60 and 2K.
Advanced scaling engine with 30-bit precision processing and motion-adaptive deinterlacing for signals up to 1080i:
Image scaling and video format conversion are performed at 30-bit precision for enhanced colour accuracy and picture detail.
Advanced deinterlacing for all interlaced signals up to 1080i delivers optimized image quality.
HDMI audio embedding:
Analog audio signals can be embedded onto the DTP or HDMI output.
HDMI audio de-embedding:
Embedded HDMI two-channel PCM audio can be extracted to the analogue outputs, or multi-channel bitstream formats can be passed to the DTP or HDMI output.