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The Aurora Multimedia AS-41V VGA Switcher (4 x 1) enables switching of computer video with stereo audio from 4 sources to a single display. Supporting resolutions of up to 3200x2400@60MHz, the switcher extends support for other signal types such as YPbPr, composite, and S-video using adaptor cables. Transferring data with 1GHz high bandwidth, it allows fast switching between signal sources. It provides an automatic switching function which continuously monitors the input source, and allows manual control over switching.
Offering control via RS232 signaling, the AS-41 allows control over volume, bass, and treble, and supports audio break away switching enabling you to separate video and audio signals while switching. Featuring GCSSP (gain compensation and synchronization signal proofread technology), it provides audio following switching for error-free synchronization of audio and video components. The wall/table mountable switcher has a static resistant case made of aluminum, and requires AC power from 100 – 240V/(50/60Hz) for operation.
Switching of computer video with stereo audio from 4 sources to a single display
Resolution support of up to 3200x2400@60MHz
Support for other signal types such as YPbPr, composite, and S-video using adaptor cables
1GHz high bandwidth
Fast switching between signal sources
Auto/manual switching control
Control via RS232 signaling
Allows control over volume, bass, and treble, and supports audio break away switching
Enables separation of video and audio signals while switching
GCSSP (gain compensation and synchronization signal proofread technology)
Audio following switching
Static resistant case
Made of aluminum
AC power from 100 - 240V/(50/60Hz) for operation
Front panel LED indicator (power/working status)
Front panel buttons for controlling volume and auto-switch