Archive for October, 2011

Extended Display Identification Data (EDID) is a standard data format that contains specific information about a monitor and its capabilities, including vendor details, maximum resolution, color characteristics, factory pre-set timings, and frequency range limits.

The Calrad 40-EDID Emulator – EDID/CEC Selector captures and retains HDMI EDID information from a monitor/display and can then be connected to the video signal source, emulating the EDID information in order to trick the video source (video card) into outputting the same video signal, even if the display is not directly connected to the video source or is connected using a video extension system like HDMI baluns. Most video extender systems don’t offer EDID communication between the signal source and a remote display, the 40- HDMI EDID Emulator  is a perfect workaround for ensuring the optimum signal is provided to the display, regardless of whether or not there is a direct connection between the source and the display.

40-EDID

 

40-EDID Brochure

PDF File Link: 40-EDID Brochure

 

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Calrad’s 40-283HD-A can be used for Apple TV HDMI conversion to analog video or other video products that require HDMI to analog video conversion. This unit does not do any video transcoding or video scaling, what ever video resolution that is supplied to the input is converted to the output.

40-283HD-A Apple TV Application Brochure

PDF file link: 40-283HD-A Apple TV Application Brochure

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Calrad’s new Bluetooth wireless transmitter provides a simple method to wirelessly connect today’s portable media based electronics that support the Bluetooth wireless A2DP protocol to your home stereo or PC enabling stereo audio playback without wires. Bluetooth wireless receiver, part no. 40-BT2, http://xlobby.com/news/2011/10/10/calrad-40-bt2-bluetooth-wireless-receiver/ .

40-BT3

40-BT3 Bluetooth Wireless Transmitter

40-bt3 brochure

PDF File Link: 40-bt3 brochure

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Calrad’s new Bluetooth wireless receiver provides a simple method to wirelessly connect today’s portable media based electronics that support the  Bluetooth wireless A2DP protocol to your home stereo or PC enabling stereo audio playback without wires. Bluetooth wireless transmitter, part no. 40-BT3, http://xlobby.com/news/2011/10/13/10calrad-40-bt3-bluetooth-wireless-transmitter/ .

40-BT2

40-BT2 Bluetooth Wireless Receiver

40-bt2 brochure

PDF File Link: 40-bt2 brochure

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