Metra Home Theater Group is showcasing HDMI cables with 48Gbps bandwidth, 8K products, next-generation HDMI electronics and more at stand 1-Q80 at the 2020 Integrated Systems Europe show in Amsterdam.
MHTG’s new Velox fiber HDMI cables with Ethernet support 48Gbps for 8K and even 10K content up to 100 meters. The 100-meter cable was previewed at CES with a true 8K signal generator and will be on display at ISE. Ultra-premium construction and high-tech engineering results in performance for the demands of higher bandwidth content in long runs. Multi-layer shielding prevents electromagnetic interference, maximizing noise isolation, and protecting components from HDMI ultra-low speed emanations. The Velox EHV-HDG2 series will be available soon in lengths from 10 to 100 meters / 32.8 to 328 feet.
MHTG’s new CS-4X1MVU shows up to four sources with different content on a single display while being able to choose between multiple split-screen viewing modes. For example, viewers can watch multiple sports games on one screen, look at a computer display and a Blu-ray player at the same time, or show both a video game and a cable box on their TV. One key feature is the ability to select which input’s audio is sent to the display. Both the inputs and output supports 720p, 1080p, 1440p and 4K@30Hz.
MHTG is also showcasing its new series of Helios 8K DisplayPort gaming cables that feature zero latency at ISE. These 8K cables are designed to provide an ultra-fast response time for serious gamers with unprecedented picture quality. The cables will be available in retail packaging with lengths of 3, 6 and 9 feet and connect to high-frequency gaming monitors to work with video resolutions ranging from HD to 8K. They support the highest quality audio pass-through for uncompressed digital 7.1, 5.1 or 2 channels for convenient flexibility and performance. Intended for gamers needing multiple screens, the cables are also designed to facilitate multi-monitor configuration with a DisplayPort 1.4 cable and provide backward compatibility with a DisplayPort 1.2 cable.