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Product ID: 1668382 | Mfg Part #: P130-000-AUDIO
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The P130-000-AUDIO UHD 4K x 2K HDMI Audio De-Embedder/Extractor is an ideal solution for connecting an HDMI source, such as a Blu-ray™ player or video game system, to audio speakers that don't have an HDMI input port. It separates the audio track from the HDMI signal and sends it directly to an alternate HDMI audio system. It features 3.5 mm stereo, TOSLINK digital optical and RCA digital audio outputs to match most non-HDMI receivers and audio systems.

The P130-000-AUDIO supports both two-channel stereo and multi-channel audio up to 5.1 surround sound. It also supports both uncompressed audio, such as LPCM, and compressed audio formats, including DTS® and Dolby Digital®. An LED indicates when the unit is receiving power, transmitting an audio/video signal or transmitting 5.1-channel surround sound.

On the video side, the P130-000-AUDIO transmits Ultra High Definition (UHD) video resolutions up to 3840 x 2160 (4K x 2K) at 30 Hz. It supports 24-bit True Color (8 bits per channel) at 4K x 2K, 36-bit Deep Color (12 bits per channel) at 1080p, and optional 3D formats up to 50/60 Hz.