The company has already revealed that the following products will be available on its stand (5-S110):
H2 Matrix | Splitter Line
Wyrestorm’s latest flagship Class A HDBaseT 4K matrix range will be available in 6×6 and 8×8, alongside a 4×4 matrix/receiver kit with 4x 4K HDBT receivers included – all featuring HDCP 2.2 and supporting HDMI 2.0 video standards of 4K@60Hz 4:2:0 which will ship during January.
Enado v4 AV Control
A significant software update for Enado will be available to view at the show and the new Mini AV controller, featuring a whole host of features, including compatibility with Amazon Echo voice control and IFTTT.
SW-0402-MV-HDMI | SW-0402-MV-HDBT
Wyrestorm’s new 4K HDMI multi-view PiP 4×2 switcher/scaler gets a new HDBaseT sibling – offering everything that made the HDMI version a star of CEDIA in the US as a multi-view solution from man caves to sports bars, but with the arrival of the HDBaseT version, this now offers distribution to 4K display devices up to 70m from the unit for even greater versatility.
Extenders | Receivers | Transmitters
As usual, the company will have an all new range of 4K supported extender products covering distances of 35m, 70m and even 100m, including features such as ARC for the extraction of audio from smart TVs, HDBaseT 2.0, five-Play transmission, two-way PoH, dual-Ethernet connecting up to 3 devices, dual USB 2.0 for KVM and much more.
A two-piece kit packed in a heavy duty site case, the 4K signal pattern generator and source signal analyser promises to offer installers a more affordable ability to test the capabilities of their cable runs and compatibility of the connected equipment at either end of it to better identify potential issues that can grind a project to a halt.