AVProConnect and Murideo to Showcase Loaded 18Gbps Lineup

AVPro Global Brands Murideo and AVProConnect to Exhibit Full Product Lines at CEDIA 2017
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AVProConnect and Murideo of AVPro Global Holdings will feature each brand’s extensive full-bandwidth, HDR-capable product lines at CEDIA 2017 in San Diego, CA, on September 7-9. AVProConnect and Murideo will be located at booth 1800 with additional appearances in booth 1725 with the team from ETechA (Emerging Technology Alliance), of which AVProConnect and Murideo are proud members.

AVProConnect will be demonstrating the latest in 18Gbps, 4K60 (4:4:4) video distribution. All new extenders and HDBaseT matrix switches will make their debut showcasing AVProConnect’s proprietary Invisible Compression Technology (ICT), which allows these products to pass full bandwidth (18Gbps) and 4K 60Hz 4:4:4 signals through standard category cable. Side by side demonstrations of 18Gbps, HDR video signals over traditional HDBaseT, HDBaseT with ICT, and fiber optic cable will show the true power of AVProConnect’s newest generation of products. 

Murideo will be in the spotlight with professional calibration demonstrations with the DPL Labs and ISF-certified Fresco SIX-G Generator throughout the show. The Fox & Hound Testing and Troubleshooting Kit, as well as the Fresco SIX-G and SIX-A Field Test Suite will also be on hand for 18Gbps cable testing and system troubleshooting. Finally, SpectraCal will be joining the Murideo team running their calibration software, CalMAN, while demonstrating their Video Forge Pro generator.

“CEDIA 2017 will be a chance for AVProConnect and Murideo to show the industry how far video distribution technology has come,” said AVPro Global Holdings’ Matt Murray. “We have spent the last year developing a full line of products that were created for delivering full HDR signals across new and old infrastructure. This will open opportunities for integrators everywhere to update older installs and give the client that High Dynamic Range picture they are asking for.”