Aurora VLX-TCW2H-C 4K IP Audio/Video Distribution Wall Plate - White


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    VLX-TCW2H-C-W - Overview

    The VLX-TCW2 Series provides one of the most advanced IP Streaming solutions on the market utilizing Aurora's IPBaseT technology, which synergizes various IP/AV standards to work together as one. It is the industry's first 4K UHD transceiver with only 1.5 Frame (25ms) latency and visually losses compression. Using a transmitter (encoder) and receiver (decoder), respectively, used to be the standard - until now. The VLX-TCW2 Series can be set up as either one to make installation, inventory, and troubleshooting easier.

    Another industry first is the option slot to add other IP capabilities, like Dante audio, for a more complete, distributed system.

    Audio, video, data, and control can be sent securely to one or many units using off-the-shelf 1G RJ-45 Ethernet switch. When the VLX-TCW2 is set up to be a transmitter, the VGA/HDMI (VLX-TCW2V) or 2 HDMI (VLX-TCW2H) inputs become a source switch and the HDMI output becomes a potential loop out. When set up as a receiver, a user can select the local HDMI inputs or an IP source. Seamless switching of the sources further enhances the presentation. Regardless of how the VLX-TCW2 is set up, the audio can be de-embedded at any location, break away, and/or be sent to or received from a Dante enabled device. The USB is also flexible, working as a KVM and/or a high-speed data transfer (480Mbps) for memory sticks. Each VLX-TCW2 USB feature can also be set as a host or a device. To keep the system friendly, an OSD and integrated web server are available for easy navigation and setup of features.

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