OVERVIEW - Kramer vp728 9-Input Scaler and Switcher for analog and digital video with HQV Processing:
The Kramer Canada VP-728 is a 9-input scaler/switcher for analog and digital video, unbalanced stereo, and S/PDIF audio signals. It scales any video signal composite, s-Video (Y/C), component video (YUV), HDMI, computer graphics video and JPEG files) up or down to a selectable graphics or HDTV output resolution via HDMI or 15-pin HD outputs. It provides glitch-free switching between sources through FTB (fade-thru-black) switching technology.
HQV Video Processing - HQV (Hollywood Quality Video) processing represents the state-of-the-art in video processing technology, with the highest quality de-interlacing, noise reduction, and scaling performance for both standard-definition and high-definition signals.
Fade-Thru-Black (FTB) Switching. - The video fades to black and then the new input fades from black for smooth, glitch-free switching. The output signal provides constant sync so the display never glitches.
K-IIT XL Picture-in-Picture Image Insertion Technology - Ultra stable picture-in-picture, picture-and-picture, and split screen capability. Any video source can be inserted into or positioned next to a computer graphics video source or vice versa with window positioning and sizing controls.
Projector Anywhere Technology - Horizontal & vertical geometry controls to compensate for off-axis projector placement.
HDCP Compliant - The HDCP (High Definition Content Protection) license agreement allows copy-protected data on the HDMI input to pass only to the HDMI output.
Video Inputs - 4 universal video (composite, s-Video, component) each on 3 RCAs, 2 computer graphics video (15-pin HD), 2 HDMI and 1 USB (for JPEG data).
Multi-Standard - Auto, NTSC (3.58/4.43), PAL (M/N/60) & SECAM.
HDTV Compatible Component Input.
Scaled Video Outputs - HDMI & 15-pin HD.
HDTV Output Resolutions - 720p, 1080i, and 1080p.
Computer Graphics Output Resolutions - 23 plus a user definable custom output resolution with selectable refresh rates.
Multiple Aspect Ratio Selections. - 4x3 or 16x9, anamorphic, letter box, and user definable settings.
Companion AFV (Audio-Follow-Video) for Every Analog Video Input - Supports embedded audio on the 2 HDMI inputs and outputs.
Audio Inputs - 4 (stereo audio or S/PDIF on 2 RCAs) for each of the 4 universal video inputs, 2 stereo audio (on 3.5mm mini jack connectors) for the 2 computer graphics video inputs. Each with level adjustment.
Audio Outputs - S/PDIF and stereo audio (RCAs). Transcodes stereo or S/PDIF audio to both stereo and S/PDIF audio and embeds audio onto the HDMI output. Master volume control.
Audio Delay - Adjustable from 0 to 340msec.
Built-in Time Base Corrector - Stabilizes unstable video sources.
Built-in ProcAmp - Color, hue, sharpness, contrast, and brightness are set individually for each input.
Front Panel Lockout.
Front Panel Freeze Frame.
Video Blanking - Blue or black screen selectable.
Zoom - 100% to 400%.
Flexible Control Options - Front panel, IR remote (with on-screen menus) & RS-232.
Worldwide Power Supply - 100-240V AC.
Standard 19” Rack Mount Size - 1U. Rack "ears" included.
FEATURES - Kramer VP728 9-Input Scaler and Switcher for analog and digital video with HQV Processing:
HQV Video Processing
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/Outputs - 4 (Stereo or S/PDIF)
Audio Delay -0-340msec
Embeds Audio on HDMI Outputs
Control - RS-232 & IR
SPECIFICATIONS - KRAMER VP-728 9-INPUT SCALER AND SWITCHER FOR ANALOG AND DIGITAL VIDEO WITH HQV PROCESSING:
4 universal Y/CV, Pb/C, Pr (composite, s-Video and component) 1Vpp/75? on RCA connectors; 2 UXGA on a 15-pin HD (F) connector (VGA through UXGA); 2 HDMI connectors; 1 USB connector; for each universal input there is a corresponding (unbalanced) audio stereo input and digital S/PDIF input on RCA connectors; for each UXGA input there is a corresponding (unbalanced) audio stereo input on a 3.5mm mini jack connector.
1 HDMI connector; 1 UXGA on a 15-pin HD connector; 1 unbalanced audio stereo output on RCA connectors; 1 digital S/PDIF output on an RCA connector.