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Omega expanded upon

Omega expanded upon
New additions to the Omega family

Omega expanded upon

The AT-OME-EX-KIT transports HDMI video and audio, control, Ethernet and USB signals up to 100m

Atlona has released several new additions to its Omega family of AV products for use in presentations. These include the AT-OME-EX-KIT 4K/UHD HDBaseT extender, which is formed from an OME-EX-TX transmitter and OME-EX-RX receiver.

The AT-OME-EX-KIT transports HDMI video and audio, control, Ethernet and USB signals up to 100m. It integrates with PCs, cameras and microphones, among other devices, connecting between USB devices at remote locations. The OME-EX-TX transmitter includes a USB 2.0 host interface for a PC and is powered from the OME-EX-RX receiver via PoE.

Also joining the Omega family is the AT-OME-SR21 HDBaseT receiver and 4K/UHD scaler, which also features an additional, local HDMI input. It receives 4K/UHD, 4:2:0 video at 60Hz with embedded audio and control signals up to 100m over a category cable. The system can even receive USB data via HDBaseT from compatible transmitters and includes a built-in USB 2.0 hub, allowing it to work with cameras, soundbars and touch displays.

The third new Omega solution is the AT-OME-ST31A 3x1, 4K/UHD switcher and HDBaseT transmitter. This features a pair of HDMI inputs and a USB-C AV input for interfacing with modern laptops and mobile devices. Mirrored 18Gbps HDMI and 10Gbps HDBaseT outputs provide system flexibility, while integrated video processing on the HDMI output can down-scale 4K sources to 1080p HD if needed, and audio de-embedding extracts stereo audio from any video source to balanced, analogue audio outputs.

In other news, Atlona has made a Dolby Vision feature available for its OmniStream AV-over-IP platform, reportedly making OmniStream the only networked AV solution with support for 12-bit, 4K Dolby Vision HDR content at 60fps.



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