Vanco Intros Four New AV Products Across its Beale Street Audio, PulseAudio and Vanco Lines

Vanco has just launched four new products from the Beale Street Audio, Pulse Audio and Vanco brands. The new products are for residential and commercial AV applications and include an HDMI wireless extender and receiver technology, as well as compact subwoofer amplifiers and Bluetooth transmitter/receivers.

The Beale Street Audio A220 amplifier fits almost anywhere and works with any subwoofers. The A220 is Class D, 220 Watts, and features a stereo/mono line level audio input that can receive full band audio from any audio amplifier, receiver or preamp or an LFE input from an appropriately featured device. With a digital design that runs cool under almost any load, the A220 also features a stereo speaker level input and passthrough, adjustable subwoofer crossover frequency and adjustable phase settings. The A220 is a simple and efficient way for installers to add amplified in-wall or in-ceiling subwoofers to multi-room audio amplifiers that do not have zone-specific level outputs.

Designed for audio components that do not already feature Bluetooth functionality, the Pulse Audio PABT410 Bluetooth 4.1 Transmitter and Receiver can be used to send or accept Bluetooth signals with A2DP, AVRCP and apt-X compatibility. The PABT410 includes both analog and digital connections with 3.5mm and SPDIF connections for inputs and outputs and automatically searches available devices for connectivity. The PABT140’s integrated fast charging battery is perfect for mobile use as it does not need to be connected to a power supply. The device supports voice prompts and Dual-Stream (TX) and Dual Connection (RX) modes to maintain multiple connections simultaneously. With the PABT410, installers can now bring Bluetooth functionality to any audio product.

The Vanco HDWIRKIT/RX kit extends HDMI signals wirelessly up to 131ft/40m and includes both a transmitter and receiver for point to point application. Able to transmit up to 1080p HD video and audio, the HDWIRKIT/RX can split wireless HDMI signals to up to four displays and multiple kits can be installed in one application without interference. The HDWIRKIT/RX does not require line of sight transmission and can send and receive signal through most obstacles, making it a convenient solution for installations where running cable is an issue.

The A220 and HDWIRKIT are available now. The HDWIR-RX and PABT410 will be available late July 2018. All the specs can be found here.

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