Receivers & Amplifiers
The Kramer Electronics PT-120 Receiver is a component of an array of products intended to extend the reach of computer video cables, dramatically increasing the distance between source and monitor. This allows a user to cleanly extend their studio, video and security applications beyond the short cabling that restricts the spacing of devices. Using a compatible transmitter, the PT-120 can...
Based on two TC2000 and four TP2050 chips from Tripath, this Class-D audio amplifier board simplifies the creation of exceptional sounding custom multi-channel systems. NOTE: These amplifier boards accept line audio via the RCA jacks only.
This audiophile-grade amplifier board was designed using the critically acclaimed TK2050 chipset for efficient power output, just add a 12 to 32 volt DC power supply.
This package consists of a rotary encoder board and a volume control board and is designed to be used with the 2 x 100W amplifier board.
The Class D amplifier topology makes this 2 x 50W amplifier board efficient and consume less space than traditional solid state amplifiers.
This high-quality dual channel Class-D audio amplifier board is capable of delivering 2W per channel of output power into a 4 ohm load.
This assembled and tested Class-T amplifier board features proprietary digital power processing technology, perfect for creating active speakers for home or multimedia applications.
The Kramer Electronics HDMI over Twisted Pair Receiver is used to receive HDMI signals sent over a twisted pair cable. Supporting a maximum data rate of up to 1.65Gbps, the receiver supports HDMI v1.4 with 3D, Deep Color, x.v.Color, HDMI uncompressed audio channels, Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD and 3D Pass-through.Converting the twisted pair cable signal back to DVI, the receiver offers a maximum range...
This amplifier board uses three Class-D TDA7498s to generate up to 100W x 6-channels, making it the perfect 5.1 amplifier solution.
The VP-200xl is a high-performance line and distribution amplifier for computer graphics video signals with resolutions ranging from VGA through UXGA and higher. It provides controls to compensate for signal losses inherent in long cable runs.