Kramer 1:2 HDMI Distribution Amplifier

BH #KRVM2HXL • MFR #VM-2HXL
Kramer
Kramer 1:2 HDMI Distribution Amplifier
Key Features
  • 1 Input / 2 Outputs
  • Reclocks / Equalizes Input Signals
  • Rebuilds Signal Integrity
  • Loss-less Duplication
The Kramer 1:2 HDMI Distribution Amplifier is designed to distribute HDMI signals across 2 identical outputs. Featuring reclocking and equalizing input signals, the distribution amplifier rebuilds signal integrity for transmission over longer distances. Offering 2.25Gbps data transfer rate, it provides loss-less transmission on both output ports.
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Kramer 2HXL Overview

The Kramer 1:2 HDMI Distribution Amplifier is designed to distribute HDMI signals across 2 identical outputs. Featuring reclocking and equalizing input signals, the distribution amplifier rebuilds signal integrity for transmission over longer distances. Offering 2.25Gbps data transfer rate, it provides loss-less transmission on both output ports.

Featuring I-EDIDPro for EDID processing, the 1:2 HDMI Distribution Amplifier offers an intelligent EDID handling and processing algorithm for plug-n-play operation with HDMI systems. In addition, it supports HDMI v1.4 with Deep Color, x.v.Color, Lip Sync, CEC, and 3D pass-through. The distribution amplifier is compatible with HDTV’s and is compliant with HDCP standards. It features an active output LED indication, and 3 units of the video distribution amplifier can be racked together in 1 RU space (when used with an optional RK-3T rack adaptor).

Designed to distribute HDMI signals across 2 identical outputs
Features reclocking and equalizing input signals
Rebuilds signal integrity for transmission over longer distances
Data transfer rate - 2.25Gbps
Loss-less transmission on both output ports
Features I-EDIDPro for EDID processing - Intelligent EDID handling and processing algorithm for plug-n-play operation with HDMI systems
Supports HDMI v1.4 with Deep Color, x.v.Color, Lip Sync, CEC, and 3D pass-through
HDTV compatible
HDCP compliant
Output LED indication
3 units of the video distribution amplifier can be racked together in 1 RU space (when used with an optional RK-3T rack adaptor)

Kramer 2HXL Specs

Input1 HDMI connector
Output2 HDMI connectors
BandwidthSupports up to 2.25Gbps bandwidth per graphic channel
ControlsEDID SETUP button, input select button
IndicatorsIN 1, IN 2, OUT 1, OUT 2, and ON LEDs
Power Source5V DC, 910mA
Dimensions4.7 x 2.8 x 1.0" (12 x 7.2 x 2.4 cm)
Weight0.67 lb (0.3 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.35 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.25 x 4.8 x 3.4"
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It seems like this would work with a laptop. One output going to a video switcher and the second to a projector. Has anyone tried the Kramer DA in this type of workflow? Thanks!
Asked by: Bob
Yes it would work . HDMI output on laptop to input on Kramer HDMI distribution amplifier input. First HDMI output on Kramer amp. to input of your video switcher ,the second HDMI output on Kramer amp.to input on your projector. The laptop signal is then split 2 ways this kind of distribution amplifier allows the 2 way split with very little signal loss if you have a longer HDMI cable run to your devices,but i would advise do not go over 25 feet from your laptop to the distribution amp. or from the distribution amp to your devices in any HDMI cable run.Even with a amplifier picture quality will degrade. HDMI cable even the most expensive, is not like the old coax cable that could go for a long run and still have a good picture. I hope this helps.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-11-14

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What is the default EDID resolution?
Asked by: William B.
The VM-2HXLs EDID Native resolution is 1280x720p at 60hz.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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This Kramer claims to boost HDMI signal to increase cable length. To what length? From reviewer comments it seems the cable can additively play a part in boost distance (ie boosted distance + cable capability = total distance).
Asked by: James
Absolutely. I would not consider a DA a booster but only a DA. For installation I would install the DA as close to the source as possible, no more than a 6' cable and then no more than 50' cable on each output. It is very important to use use high quality cables with any HDMI installation. If you need to go further consider using a twisted pair Rx/Tx setup for best results.
Answered by: Charles D.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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