The refreshed line-up from HDanywhere includes two new 8×8 and 4×4 matrixes, including 4K Ultra HD and HDCP 2.2-capable models, with matrixed audio extraction and fast, dependable source switching, says the company.
There is also a new ‘gateway to multiroom’ 1×4 mHub 2K HDMI over Cat splitter with local HDMI out.
From a single HDMI source to five HD displays, through to eight Ultra HD (HDCP 2.2) sources to eight 4K displays, HDanywhere says there is now an mHub system suitable for virtually every residential custom installation scenario.
The range is divided into two subgroups (2K and 4K): the entry-spec mHub 2K Full HD 1080p video distribution products and the more advanced mHub 4K sub-grouping of HDBaseT-Pro (Class A) matrixes with Ethernet, PoH, HDCP 2.2 support, multi-channel audio extraction and stereo extraction at the hub.
HDanywhere says the release of these five fixed-format models mean that installers can now cater to small and large residential projects and deliver the video distribution needs of a wider variety of homeowners.
The company says each product is sold as an ‘everything-in-the-box’ system that delivers a simple installation experience as well as fast, dependable switching performance for the end user.
MD of HDanywhere, Chris Pinder, says: “Our new mHub lineup delivers not only larger size options, but more functionality, more value and most importantly more install opportunities.
“A brilliant new HDanywhere marketing campaign and new website has been devised to educate end-users on the benefits of having an mHub system professionally installed and will drive business to installers through the HDanywhere installer network.”
The mHub 2K products including the mHub 2K 8×8 are available to order now. mHub 4K products with HDCP 2.2 support will be available in October.