Control4 unveiled its first 4K UHD matrix switchers that support HDCP 2.2 copy-protected 4K content over their HDMI 2.0 inputs and outputs.
“We believe these switches are the first video switches available for smart homes with HDCP 2.2 compliance,” said product marketing director Brad Hintze.
The Leaf-brand switches, available for order and shipping at the end of May, distributes 4K content, including copy-protected content, to every room in a house to receivers that plug into TVs and projectors.
Chairman/CEO Martin Plaehn said the company’s recent acquisition of Leaf, the Australia-based maker A/V distribution products, “helped us get to market faster” with HDCP 2.2, the standard set by content creators for copy protection.
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