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Kordz at CEDIA 2013

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See Scott Wilkinson in conversation with:

 

Joe Kane

Theo Kalomirakis

Anthony Grimani

Gregg Loewen

Dennis Erskine

Logitech

Bryston

Da-Lite

Onkyo

Screen Innovations

DVDO

Epson

Kordz

JVC

Darbee

CasaTunes

Harman

Monoprice

Laurie Fincham

David Abrams

Peter Vasay

Kevin Miller

Jeff Parkinson

Tributaries

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This is a great idea but how much does it cost? Is it only applicable for 1080p to 4k or can it help with HDMI 1.0 and 1.4?
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@JWhip, the phaseHD Series 3 is auto-adaptive, meaning it works at any data rate you throw at it (From 480i, all the way to 4K24). Obviously the lower the data rate the longer you can get, and phaseHD will always improve the performance. No adjustments, to tweaking. It just works. 

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I note you said 4K 24. Is 4K 60 planned and can you give a ball park for the MSRP from Kordz?
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Am I the only one that can't get any audio from Scott's interviews that was present a few days ago?
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Originally Posted by fookoo_2010 View Post

Am I the only one that can't get any audio from Scott's interviews that was present a few days ago?

 

Audio is working, just tested it.

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Hi Mark - MSRP is $329.00 USD for the extender upgrade (Rx + Tx) only. There are also options that have connecting cable for new or existing installations. Theses options come with 10m, 15m, 20m, 25, or 30m kits and retail for about $379.00 USD for the 10m length.
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