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Dvdo Says Its ‘Quick6’ Interface Switcher is Available

The system upgrades home theater installations to the latest video connectivity technologies
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Dvdo Inc., a provider of high-definition video processing, switching and connectivity solutions, says its latest product—the Quick6 6 x 2 4K ultra high definition HD multimedia interface switcher—is available.

The Quick6 high-performance HDMI switcher upgrades home theater installations to the latest video connectivity technologies including InstaPrevue technology, which enables a live picture-in-picture preview of each connected HDMI device, Dvdo says.

Quick6 provides 300MHz HDMI inputs, InstaPrevue, and InstaPort S and support for mobile high-definition link mobile devices, Dvdo says. Unlike traditional HDMI switchers, Quick6 is designed specifically to integrate with existing audiovisual receivers, and provide upgrades such as the latest audio and video features, and future-proofing with 4K Ultra HD support.

The product’s dual HDMI outputs can also be used to drive two displays simultaneously, the company says. Other features offered by the Quick6 HDMI switcher are:

Six HDMI inputs including four (300MHz) 4K Ultra HD capable inputs and two MHL-enabled inputs to connect to mobile devices

  • Dual HDMI outputs, two displays or one display and one AVR
  • InstaPrevue, live on-screen previews of active inputs
  • InstaPort S technology, near instantaneous input switching
  • Picture-in-picture
  • Audio return channel
  • S/PDIF optical and coax outputs
  • Serial port for automation control
  • Automatic switching, three modes
  • USB for easy firmware update

“We are excited to offer this valuable HDMI management solution for consumers and integrators,” says C.H. Chee, Dvdo’s general manager. “Not only can Quick6 enable live previews of five HDMI inputs through InstaPrevue, it’s also future proofed with 4K Ultra HD support and MHL technology to connect the smartphone to the TV,” he said.

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