Kramer FC-49 DVI & Audio to HDMI Format Converter & Audio Embedder

Kramer FC-49 DVI & Audio to HDMI Format Converter & Audio Embedder

Kramer FC-49 DVI & Audio to HDMI Format Converter & Audio Embedder

B&H # KRFC49 MFR # FC-49
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Product Highlights

  • DVI to HDMI Conversion
  • Audio Embedding in HDMI
  • Supports Stereo, S/PDIF & TosLink
  • HDTV- & HDCP-Compatible
  • Enhanced EDID
  • Automatic Signal Detection
  • Small Footprint
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The FC-49 DVI & Audio to HDMI Format Converter & Audio Embedder from Kramer translates DVI input signals to HDMI output signals. It also embeds an unbalanced stereo, S/PDIF, or TosLink audio signal in the HDMI output.

This unit translates DVI input signals to HDMI output signals
Unbalanced stereo, S/PDIF, or TosLink audio signals are embedded in the HDMI output
It offers data rates of up to 1.65Gbps
This unit is HDTV- and HDCP-compliant
Enhanced EDID (Extended Display Identification Data) stores and recalls a default EDID setting in non-volatile memory from the output, which allows for easier connection to the source
Digital RGB or YPbPr signal type is automatically detected
This device belongs to the Compact Kramer TOOLS Series and up to (3) of these units can be mounted side by side in 1U of rack space using the separately available RK-3T Rack Adapter
In the Box
Kramer FC-49 DVI & Audio to HDMI Format Converter & Audio Embedder
  • Power Supply
  • Bracket Installation Kit
  • Seven-Year Warranty Against Defects in Material & Workmanship
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Inputs (1) DVI-D, 1.2Vpp on a DVI Molex 24-pin female connector, DDC signal 5Vpp
    (1) S/PDIF (digital audio) on an RCA connector
    (1) Analog on 3.5mm mini jack connector
    (1) TOSLINK optical connector
    Outputs (1) HDMI connector
    Operating Frequency Up to 1.65Gbps (UXGA, 1080p)
    Standards DVI 1.0
    HDMI 1.1
    HDCP 1.0
    Controls EDID Button
    LEDs ON
    IN
    OUT
    Power 12VDC, 190mA
    Dimensions (HxWxD) 0.95 x 4.73 x 2.83" (2.4 x 12 x 7.2cm)
    Weight 0.67 lbs (0.3kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.2 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.2 x 5.0 x 3.5"
    FC-49 DVI & Audio to HDMI Format Converter & Audio Embedder is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works as advertised I use the FC-49 to output computer content to a 52 LCD so that students can watch (and listen to) what I do. Having multiple audio inputs makes hookup easy. I get improved audio quality with the TosLink cabling. If the price comes down, I'll get another one for home.
    Date published: 2010-01-06
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from If noise immunity is important after getting a $65 converter : Cables Unlimited Pro A/V Series DVI and Digital Audio to HDMI (AUD-2362) it worked well actually. HOWEVER, my particular installation was next to the kitchen. That alone may appear to mean nothing, but every so often, the picture and audio would cut out for a few seconds. After a month of crazy process of elimination, I finally discovered it was the CONVERTER that was picking up noise form anything in the kitchen that made an electrical contact noise, microwave door closing, dishwasher cycling, ice maker, any thing that turned on and off. shielding the converter completely in aluminum foil, isolating the power supply by using batteries, getting a medical grade power supply, all did not help at all. already now a few bucks spent trying to fix the converter noise problem. Sooo... there is this Kramer unit (there is the SIIG unit but no toslink, and I was using that)... but nearly $300, 4 times the converter I have now! Is it worth it to get this unit to solve the noise problem?...and not know for sure it will do the job at all anyways?. btw forums reporting this noise problem with hdmi all come from different causes and sources, so there was no way to find out about my particular situation. Well after the Kramer units were finally back in stock,(had alot of problems with online retailers saying they had it, but did not) I did the plunge.... and..... the result is YES! the Kramer comes through as an industrial grade unit that, FOR SURE, justifies the cost. good engineering does cost, plain and simple, which clearly shows the difference between a $65 unit and and a $280 unit. But unfortunately Kramer does not make a note of this noise immunity strength in its specs ,maybe by reputation ,and a review like this, that people in the business know where to go for the proper equipment. I just had to learn the hard way, but I'm happy now!
    Date published: 2010-09-16
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