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SnapAV Adds Binary Baluns

SnapAV has introduced a series of compact-sized baluns for applications that distribute digital video and audio over Cat-5 cable.   The durable, low profile metal case (measures less than 1-inch tall) of the AniWareBox (pronounced “anywhere”) makes it easily adaptable to in-wa
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SnapAV has introduced a series of compact-sized baluns for applications that distribute digital video and audio over Cat-5 cable.

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The durable, low profile metal case (measures less than 1-inch tall) of the AniWareBox (pronounced “anywhere”) makes it easily adaptable to in-wall, on-wall, and rack-mount installations, according to the company. To blend with home décor, each includes a white and light-almond single-gang decora wall plate and insert.

The AniWareBox is available in single and multiple component video/HD audio (or analog audio) variations (including kits). Each is capable of sending high-definition signals up to 350 feet without signal degradation, and under certain conditions as far as 500 feet. The AniWareBox baluns do not require a power supply.

“SnapAV’s AniWareBox is a win for installers on many levels -- not only is it a one-stop solution for all types of applications, it also saves the dealer from having to order a variety of baluns,” SnapAV founder and president Jay Faison said.

The AniWareBox is sold under SnapAV’s Binary brand of wire, cable, and accessories. Shipping to dealers now, the AniWareBox is backed by a limited lifetime warranty. MSRP ranges from $99 to $129 depending on model.

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