HDMI Switch Baltimore MD

Hosa Technology's smart organization solution is the Astro-Grip universal hook-and-loop organizer in Baltimore. It uses hook-and-loop material to clean up clutter by allowing the user to bundle cords without disconnecting them from their plugs and connection points.

Discount City
(410) 727-1428
328 N Howard St
Baltimore, MD
 
Movie Time Video Incorporated
(410) 528-8888
1118 S Charles St
Baltimore, MD
 
National Electronics TV
(410) 563-0420
2429 E Monument St
Baltimore, MD
 
O'Donnell Tv & Vcr Service
(410) 675-7525
2818 Odonnell St
Baltimore, MD
 
Sha Distributors
(410) 903-4793
195 W Meadow Rd
Baltimore, MD
 
Dorsey Thomas Lee & Sons
(410) 625-0158
202 W Fayette St
Baltimore, MD
 
Gerald Tv & Radio Repair
(410) 566-2200
2717 Ellicott Dr
Baltimore, MD
 
Swank Audio Visuals
(410) 962-1430
101 W Fayette St
Baltimore, MD
 
Silver Screen & Sound Incorporated
(410) 296-0202
8832 Orchard Tree Ln
Baltimore, MD
 
Poptronics Electronics
(410) 727-0982
1108 Light St
Baltimore, MD
 

HDMI Switch

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Source: PRO AV Magazine
Publication date: December 1, 2007

By ProAV Staff

HDMI SWITCH

Accell Corp. introduces its UltraAV 4-1 HDMI Switch. The HDMI 1.2-compliant switch provides the opportunity to connect up to four HDMI devices to a single display, supporting both audio and video up to 1080p. It also supports HDCP-compatible devices and includes an infrared extender, so the remote control can interact with the switch when it's not in the line of sight. Another feature is a built-in signal booster that supports a cable run of up to 65 feet.

Hosa Technology's latest organization solution is the Astro-Grip universal hook-and-loop organizer. It uses hook-and-loop material to clean up clutter by allowing the user to bundle cords without disconnecting them from their plugs and connection points. Markings at every 3 inches of the 5-yard-long strip allow users to cut a precise length, and the nylon material is environmentally friendly. Cinch the 0.75-inch-wide cable tie at any point by releasing the hook and loop piece on top of the cable.

BTX Technologies added a product to its MaxBlox family of connectors. The CA-MX35 uses a standard, half-inch, D-style punch, so there's no need for soldering — which allows the CA-MX35 to attach and detach more quickly.

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