Kramer VP-771 9-Input Presentation Scaler/Switcher

//Kramer VP-771 9-Input Presentation Scaler/Switcher

Kramer VP-771 9-Input Presentation Scaler/Switcher

$ 100.00

The VP-771 is a 9-input scaler/switcher for analog and digital video, unbalanced stereo, and S/PDIF audio signals

Description

The VP−771 is a high−quality presentation switcher and scaler for a variety of signals. It accepts one of nine inputs: component video, DisplayPort (DP), 3G HD−SDI, two computer graphics, two composite video and two HDMI signals. It scales the video, embeds the audio, and outputs the signal to one HDMI, one computer graphics, one 3G HD−SDI and one DGKat TP, together with digital audio, unbalanced stereo and a 2×10−watt amplified balanced stereo speaker output.

  • K–IIT XL™ Picture–in–Picture Image Insertion Technology — Ultra–stable picture–in–picture, picture–and–picture, and split screen capability. Any video source can be inserted into or positioned next to any other video source with full window positioning and sizing controls.
  • Kramer’s PixPerfect™ Scaling Technology — Kramer’s precision pixel mapping and high quality scaling technology. High–quality 3:2 and 2:2 pull down de–interlacing and full up and down scaling of all video input signals.
  • Ultra–Fast Fade–Thru–Black (FTB™) Switching — Video switching transitions are clean and ultra fast. The video fades to black and the new input fades from black for smooth, glitch–free switching. The output signal provides constant sync so the display never glitches.
  • Advanced Deinterlacing Functions — Method, sync, selectable film modes, diagonal correction and motion detection sensitivity, 3:2 and 2:2 pull–down; 24sf handling.
  • HDTV Compatible.
  • HDCP Compliant — The HDCP (High Definition Content Protection) license agreement allows copy–protected data on the HDMI input to pass only to the HDMI output.
  • Multi–Standard Operation — SDI (SMPTE 259M and SMPTE 344M), HD–SDI (SMPTE 292M) and 3G HD–SDI (SMPTE 424M).
  • Advanced Input and Output EDID Management.
  • Mass Notification Emergency Communication System (MNEC) — Activates a national or campus–wide notification, immediately displayed when an emergency situation develops. It uses automatic text overlaying, either via a crawler or a full screen cover up, as well as an optional audio alert.
  • DGKat™ Signal Integration — Kramer’s unique technology for converting TMDS as well as control and communication to signals that run over twisted pair cables. We strongly recommend using Kramer DGKat™ cables designed specifically for optimum performance.
  • Range — Up to 90m (295ft) at 1080i, or up to 30m (98ft) at 1080p on shielded BC–DGKat524 cable. Up to 90m (295ft) at 1080i, or up to 70m (230ft) at 1080p on shielded BC–DGKat623 cable. Up to 100m (330ft) at 1080i or up to 90m (295ft) at 1080p on shielded BC–DGKat7a23 cable.
  • Video Inputs — Component (Y, Pb, Pr) video on RCA connectors, DisplayPort (DP), SD/HD/3G HD–SDI (including SDI loop) on BNC connectors, 2 computer graphics on 15–pin HD connectors, 2 composite video on RCA connectors and 2 HDMI.
  • Scaled Outputs — HDMI, computer graphics on a 15–pin HD connector, SD/HD/3G HD–SDI on a BNC connector and DGKat twisted pair on an RJ–45 connector.
  • SDI Channeling — Select one active signal and three bypassed signals from eight embedded stereo audio channels.
  • Multiple Output Resolutions — Up to 2K and 1080p.
  • HDMI Deep Color Support.
  • Luma Keying — Via PIP window.
  • Vertical Keystoning.
  • Built–in ProcAmp — Color, sharpness, contrast, brightness and gamma are set individually for each input.
  • 3D Comb Filtering — Provides the best quality color separation for composite video inputs.
  • Built–in Time Base Corrector — Stabilizes unstable video sources.
  • Powerful Noise Reduction Filters — Temporal, block, mosquito and combing.
  • Picture Zooming — Both on main and PIP window from 100% to 1600%, including separate V and H sharpness control.
  • Multiple Aspect Ratio Selections — Follow input, follow output, best fit, letterbox and overscan.
  • Dual Window Display — Preset picture–in–picture, picture–and–picture and split screens, as well as customized window layouts.
  • Audio Inputs — 2 HDMI, 2 computer graphics and 1 DisplayPort and 1 microphone in on 3.5mm mini jacks; 2 CV and 1 S/PDIF on RCA connectors.
  • Audio Outputs — 1 S/PDIF on an RCA connector, 1 unbalanced stereo audio on a 3–pin terminal block connector.
  • Built–in Audio Power Amplifier — 10W per channel audio amplifier with speaker outputs.
  • HDMI Audio — Embeds/de–embeds HDMI audio with delay of 0–90msec for lip–sync correction.
  • Microphone Input — Supports mix and talk–over features, as well as 0–90msec delay to prevent feedback.
  • Non–Volatile Memory — Saves final settings.
  • Firmware Upgrades — Via Ethernet and RS–232.
  • Flexible Control Options — Front panel buttons, contact closure, OSD (on–screen display) via front panel buttons or IR remote (remote control included), Control Application software for use via Ethernet and RS–232.
  • Selectable Power Save Modes.
  • Worldwide Power Supply — 100–240V AC.

INSPECTION - The customer agrees that the equipment supplied by Able and listed below (The Equipment) is received in good working order and suitable for use and that the Renter is familiar with its operation. On return of Equipment Able staff will inspect all items if the Renter does not wait for inspection Able Video & Multimedia may charge Renter for any damaged found during inspection.


PAYMENT - The Renter agrees to pay Able rental charges until the equipment is returned in good working order and any other applicable charges specified in this agreement.



LATE RETURN - The Renter agrees to return the equipment to Able’s facility on time or pay extra rental charges due on a pro rata basis.


BREAKDOWN - The Renter shall notify Able Video and Multimedia of any breakdown of the Equipment and not attempt repairs. The Renter will not interfere in any way with any mechanical fittings or appliances attached to or forming part of the Equipment or, without the written consent of Able, have any repairs effected thereto by any person other than an employee of Able or such person as Able may nominate. The Renter agrees to accept Able or it’s qualified repairer’s determination as to whether the Equipment is faulty and the cause of the breakdown.


DAMAGE - The Renter agrees to pay for damage to the equipment. In the case of damage or injury (by fire, storm or through any cause whatsoever) to/by the equipment, it is agreed that the cost of repair, replacement or damages as the case may be (and any charges payable according to this agreement), shall be paid by the Renter to Able on demand. Any such charges may be deducted from a deposit (if taken) left by the Renter and the Renter shall pay the excess to Able Video and Multimedia on demand.

COMPENSATION - The customer agrees to pay for the cost of equipment lost or stolen.The Customer shall also pay to Able Video and Multimedia on demand a sum equal to the rental charges which Able Video and Multimedia could have obtained for the period from the date of commencement of the rental of the equipment damaged, lost or stolen to the date of receipt by Able Video and Multimedia of Payment of the repair or replacement.

INDEMNITY- The customer is responsible for accidents caused by use of the equipment.The Customer indemnifies, and keeps indemnified, Able Video and Multimedia in respect of its liability for personal injuries, property damages and any associated legal expenses arising out of any accident which might be caused by or contributed to by, or arise out of the use, operation or handling of the equipment during the term of rental.

RECOVERY OF EQUIPMENT - Able Video and Multimedia has the right to recover the Equipment if charges are not paid and the renter is responsible for any costs associated with the recovery process.

NO WARRANTY OR GUARANTEE – Able gives no warranty, express or implied, as to description, quality, merchantability, fitness for any particular purpose, productiveness, or any other matter of operation of the Equipment and accepts no responsibility for it’s use by the Renter. The Renter hereby waives any such remedies, warranties, guarantees or liabilities, expressed or implied, arising by law or otherwise, against Able.

GENERAL OBLIGATIONS OF CUSTOMER

The customer is responsible for pickup and delivery/return from/ to Able Video and Multimedia’s facility during business hours unless otherwise stated in this agreement. The equipment shall not be considered returned until a full inventory has been completed and any missing equipment or replacements for damaged parts have been delivered to Able Video and Multimedia’s facility.

The Customer acknowledges that all equipment rented remains the property of Able Video and Multimedia at all times and the Customer will not sell, charge, pledge or part with possession of the equipment.

The Renter shall insure, at their expense, all the Equipment at all times during the rental, for full replacement cost and for loss of use of the Equipment. Coverage must begin from before the time the Renter takes delivery of the Equipment and continue until the time the Equipment is returned and the rental expires. The Renter shall insure for risk coverage that is greater or equal to the replacement cost of all Equipment and any rental or other charges payable under this agreement, including transit/shipping, Public & other Liability Coverage, Property Insurance and Workers Compensation Insurance, prior to taking delivery of Equipment. Such insurance shall be written by reputable insurers. Notwithstanding this paragraph, the Renter shall remain primarily liable to Able for full performance under the terms and conditions of this Rental agreement and Able may enforce it’s remedies directly against the Renter without resort to their insurance.

Upon taking taken delivery of the equipment, the Renter’s responsibility includes, but is not limited to, risks while in transit, at all locations named and unnamed, and while in use, or storage at Able Video and Multimedia’s facility. The Renter’s responsibility is discharged when the equipment is returned and the rental term has expired. Equipment will not be deemed to have been returned until all of the following conditions have been met: 1) property has been brought back to the premises during normal business hours; 2) an inventory has been completed and a missing and damaged list has been compiled, if needed; and 3) the term of the Rental Contract has expired.

The Customer acknowledges having received the equipment in good working order and condition. The Customer may test the equipment at Able Video and Multimedia’s facility before taking delivery to ensure it is in good working order and condition prior to taking delivery. The Customer will use the equipment in a careful and proper manner and permit only skilled and experienced personnel to use the equipment and will not use the equipment in connection with any dangerous or hazardous activity.