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Atlona Unveils its ‘Most Powerful Video Processor’

The AT-LINE-PRO4 is a professional video switcher/scaler designed to upscale the signal from any A/V device to the native resolution of the connected display.
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Atlona Technologies, a producer of digital connectivity solutions, unveils its AT-LINE-PRO4, its “most powerful video processor,” the company says in a written statement.

The AT-LINE-PRO4 is a professional video switcher/scaler with a single “high-definition multimedia interface” (HDMI) output that has 10 inputs for all audio/video devices, including four HDMI/“digital visual interface” (DVI), three “video graphics arrays” (VGA), one component, a “separate video” (S-Video), and one composite video input, says Atlona, which is located in Sunnyvale, Calif.

The AT-LINE-PRO4 is part of Atlona’s “Signature” line of digital connectivity solutions for large-scale commercial applications and is designed to upscale the signal from any A/V device to the native resolution of the connected display up to 1080 pixels or 1920x1200, ensuring the highest picture quality possible.

The unit’s HDMI output is capable of both digital and analog switching, as well as full 3D support for HDMI pass-through. For digital projectors, the unit’s digital coaxial audio output allows audio to be sent to a separate A/V amplifier.

For simple operation, the AT-LINE-PRO4 offers an intuitive on-screen display for changing audio options, scaling, resolution, switching, and more. Control options include front-panel buttons, infrared remote (IR) control, or “recommended standard” 232 (RS-232). To eliminate regional format challenges, the AT-LINE-PRO4 is capable of 50Hz/60Hz (phase alternate line, PAL/national television system committee NTSC) conversion.

“With a multitude of connections for a variety of different sources, our latest video processor is the ideal solution for any application utilizing multiple sources and a single TV or projector, including retail displays, education and worship facilities, boardrooms, digital signage, and much more,” says Ilya Khayn, Atlona Technologies’ president.

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