Leaf intros 4K ready HDBaseT extender at ISE

posted on Wednesday, 5th February 2014 by Steve May

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Signal distribution company Leaf has expanded its HDBaseT product portfolio with a 4K compatible HDBaseT extender at ISE 2014. The new LTPTP-F extends uncompressed HDMI content up to 100m via HDBaseT as well as 4K 24fps resolution content plus IR and RS-232 control. The LTPTP-F ships with a wall rack mount plate, for convenient installation. No power source is required at the receiver end.

"AV distribution requirements are constantly evolving," says CEO Dean Vaughan. "As consumers demand more from their audio and video solutions, Leaf is prepared to deliver. With the ability to seamlessly transmit 4K, our new HDBaseT Extender Solution equips dealers with a dependable solution that can deliver true uncompressed HD signals over a single wire - that's precision at its best."

You can find more info about the cute new LTPTP-F over at www.leafaudio.com.

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Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology journalist, who also writes for T3, TechRadar, Home Cinema Choice and ERT (amongst others).

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