Kramer Introduces the VP−28, a 14−Input Multi−Format Presentation Switcher with Stereo Audio
The VP−28 has an up−to−date mix of analog and digital inputs, making it a perfect fit for small to medium−scale installations
25 April 2013
Kramer Electronics is pleased to introduce the most recent member of Kramer’s highly successful line of multi−format switchers, the VP−28.
The VP−28 is a 14−input presentation switcher that handles composite video, HDMI, DVI, DisplayPort, computer graphics video and stereo audio and microphone signals.
The VP−28 operates as a 3x1 composite video, 3x1 HDMI, 3x1 computer graphics video, 3x1 DVI−I, & 2x1 DisplayPort switcher, each with unbalanced stereo audio. The 3x1 DVI (digital) sections can be used for DVI signals or it can be used for 3 more computer graphics video (analog) signals using special breakout cables that are included with the device.
The VP−28 can operate as a 5x1 video switcher and a 14x1 audio switcher. The unit’s Audio Level Memory remembers and returns to the last audio level setting for each audio input signal during switching. It has button selectable options for condenser or dynamic microphones and microphone & audio mixing options, including muting of the master audio output when a microphone signal is sensed. The VP−28 is also HDCP compliant and HDTV compatible.
The VP−28 has flexible control options including IR remote, Ethernet, and RS−232 (supplied with PC control software), and two microphone inputs with a mixing facility.
The VP−28 is housed in a 19” 1U rack mountable enclosure, with rack “ears” included.
The VP−28 is currently in stock and available from Kramer Electronics sales companies around the world.