Add copied or ghosted EDID (Extended Display Identification Data) to your HDMI signal to ensure compatibility with your display or projector. This EDID emulator resolves video communication problems that can occur between your HDMI video source and display. The emulator can copy or synthesize the Extended Display Identification Data (EDID) from your HDMI display and relay it to your video source, to fix problems that may result from using third-party equipment such as video extenders, video switches or KVMs in your video setup. EDID contains important information that your television or projector needs, to deliver its best picture quality. Because most video extenders or switches block EDID communication between your video source and display, EDID is often lost in transmission, limiting your video source's ability to output your display's native resolution. Using the EDID emulator, you can ensure your HDMI source and display are perfectly in sync, for crystal-clear picture quality. To ensure that any EDID communication issue can be solved, the EDID emulator supports both EDID copying and EDID ghosting. EDID copying saves the EDID settings from your display and communicates those exact settings to your source, which is perfect for EDID issues that are caused by a third-party disruption, such as a video switch or extender. EDID ghosting lets you emulate generic EDID settings, to deliver common data to your source or display. This is the perfect solution for EDID issues that often occur when you're working with devices that don't output EDID, such as older legacy equipment or some analog to digital video adapters. EDID communications contain a lot of important settings, such as maximum image size, color characteristics, factory preset timings, frequency range limits and more. With all of these specific details,...
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Extract and convert the audio from your HDMI signal to 3.5mm audio in 2.1 stereo sound. This HDMI audio extractor lets you separate stereo audio from your HDMI video signal and connect it to a 3.5mm audio device, such as your stereo sound system or desktop speakers. You can also extract the audio from the HDMI signal and integrate it into an optical TOSLINK application, using the included digital SPDIF adapter. Your latest consumer A/V equipment probably only offers an HDMI output. This can make it difficult to integrate devices, such as your new Blu-ray player or computer system, with your existing audio equipment or desktop speakers. The HDMI audio extractor is USB powered using the included power cable, for easy integration with your computer systems. The adapter also features a small footprint that discreetly blends into your hardware setup, for a uniform look. With a 3.5mm audio output and a TOSLINK adapter included, the HDMI audio extractor lets you output audio to virtually any non-HDMI equipment, whether it's digital or analog. This makes the audio extractor great for any application where you need to connect your HDMI source to speakers that don't have an HDMI input - such as desktop speakers, or a classroom or boardroom sound system. The audio extractor is HDCP enabled and HDMI 1.3b compliant, to ensure compatibility with your HDMI device. Plus, the HDMI output supports resolutions up to 1920x1080 (1080p) at 60Hz, to fit any HD application. The HDMI audio extractor can also be used with an inexpensive MU1MFRCA dual-RCA composite adapter (sold separately) to integrate the audio from your HDMI source into 2-channel RCA audio applications.