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9−Input ProScale™ Presentation Scaler/Switcher with Ethernet Control & Speaker Outputs

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  • Universal - 3 BNC - CV, Y/C, YUV VGA/HD - 15-pin HD - HDMI - High Definition Multi-Media Interface Balanced Stereo - 6-pin TBlock - Speakers - S/PDIF - RCA - RS-232 - 9-pin D-sub - Ethernet - RJ-45 - Infrared - USB - Type A - HDCP Compliant - HDTV Compatible Cable -
    VP-731-9−Input ProScale™ Presentation Scaler/Switcher with Ethernet Control & Speaker Outputs

    Quick Facts

    • HQV® Video Processing
    • Fade−Thru−Black Switching
    • Picture−in−Picture / Picture−and−Picture
    • Universal Video Inputs − Each on 3 RCAs
    • HDTV Output − Up to 1080p
    • Computer Output − Up to 1920x1200
    • Audio Inputs − 6 (Balanced)
    • Audio Outputs − Balanced & S/PDIF
    • Audio Delay −0−340msec
    • Embeds/de−embeds HDMI Audio
    • Control − RS−232, IR, iPhone® App & Ethernet
    • Size - 19” (1U) Rack "ears" included.
    • Audio - B/D/E

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    Supply is limited. This item will be discontinued when inventory around the world is depleted. Please contact your regional Kramer sales office to determine if there is any inventory in your country and if special discounts apply.

    The VP−731 is a 9−input scaler/switcher for analog video, digital video, balanced stereo and S/PDIF audio signals. It up− or down−scales composite, s−Video (Y/C), component video (YUV), HDMI, computer graphics video and JPEG files to a selectable computer graphics video or HDTV output resolution on identical outputs − one HDMI and two 15−pin HD. It includes a power amplifier to drive loudspeakers. The unit provides glitch−free switching between sources through FTB™ (fade−thru−black) switching technology. The VP−731 is the same as the VP−730 with the addition of Ethernet control.

  • Projection systems in conference rooms, boardrooms, auditoriums, hotels and churches.
  • Production studios, rental and staging.
  • Any application where high-quality conversion and switching of multiple and different video signals to graphical data signals is required for projection purposes.