Cedia 12 opened its doors yesterday and the Wyrestorm booth has been a hive of activity, with both our new Enado browser control system and our HDBaseT solutions planned for release at the end of this year or first quarter of 2013 proving incredibly popular with distributers and attendees alike.
Amongst the showcased products that have caught the eye of savvy industry professionals have been our modular transmission cards within a HDBT Lite Pro Plus chassis - a highly versatile single cable modular matrix solution that allows the equipment to be customised to the project, rather than the other way round.
Our new HDBaseT D class Digital Audio amplifier has garnered equal attention from Cedia attendees. As the first of its kind in the world, it enables high quality Hi-Fi audio to be extracted from HD signals and used either in line as a centralised device with speakers and sub outputs or a local amplifier connected via single Cat5ei/6 up to 70m/230ft including RS232 and wide band bi-directional IR from any connected HDBT transmitting device. The fact that the amplifier is capable of receiving and transmitting the signal means it can also be cascaded up to 7 times, each with its own HDMI breakout for multiple output zones makes it as powerful an application as it is versatile.