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The 1 RU VSM-4x4HFS 4x4 Seamless Matrix Switcher/Multi-Scaler from Kramer can be used as a 4x4 matrix switcher, as well as a 2x2 video wall driver and dual/quad multi-viewer. The unit allows switching between video inputs with a clean frame-to-frame cut, without glitches or transition time. The VSM-4x4HFS supports HDMI Deep Color resolutions with up to eight channels of audio, and includes per-port HDCP and EDID settings.
PixPerfect scaling precision pixel mapping and high-quality scaling technology
HDTV compatible, HDCP compliant
Four HDMI inputs and four scaled HDMI outputs
Matrix switcher, video wall, dual display (PiP/P&P), and quad display operation modes
Frame-to-frame video cuts with zero transition time
Bezel correction options in video wall mode
Deep Color HDMI support
HDCP and EDID settings per port
Multiple output aspect ratios
Built-in ProcAmp, with color, hue, sharpness, noise, contrast, and brightness controls
Flexible control options with front panel buttons, IR remote control with On−Screen Display (OSD), RS-232, and Ethernet with built-in web browser
Quick access to common input-output configurations, and non-volatile memory settings in each operation mode
Mini USB connector for upgrading firmware
Kramer 4X4HFS Specs
4 x HDMI in (HDCP version 1.1)
4 x HDMI out (HDCP version 1.1)
USB mini, firmware upgrade
AC power jack
1080p60/50/24, 720p60/50, 576p, 480p
1920 x 1200, 1680 x 1050, 1600 x 1200, 1600 x 900, 1440 x 900, 1366 x 768, 1280 x 1024, 1280 x 800, 1024 x 768
Operating: 32° to 104°F / 0° to 40°C
Storage: -40° to 158°F / -40° to 70°C
If I am using a converter box for long runs, to go to HDSDI out or say an Ethernet conversion, would this switcher still recognize and perform well with the signal?
Asked by: Riley C.
I have had great experience with using the VSM-4x4HFS with extenders. But, where would you plan to have the switcher in the signal chain? I'm trying to imagine the switcher being at the END of a long run, where this would be a concern as the times I've used it, the switcher has been near the source, and the long runs come after the switch. In my setup, I used a few of the Atlona AT-HD4-SI40SR HDMI extender and have them running AFTER the switcher. They have an adjustable output power so you can eliminate artifacting over long runs, as well as EDID management (the ability to learn the EDID of the display equipment and replay it at the other end of the signal chain) Here's a link to the ones I purchased: http://amzn.to/293gZKF