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Network Technologies Inc is a leading manufacturer of high quality IT & A/V solutions. NTI products (multiviewers, extenders via CAT5, audio/video matrix switches, video splitters, KVM drawers, KVM switches, & environment monitoring systems) are designed, manufactured & tested at the company headquarters in Aurora, Ohio, & are backed by a 2-year warranty on all parts and labor.

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The UNIMUX™ 4K 18Gbps HDMI USB KVM Switch allows a user to control up to 32 HDMI 2.0 Ultra-HD 4Kx2K 60Hz 4:4:4 USB computers with one USB keyboard, USB mouse, and 4K HDMI monitor.
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NTI Introduces a Low-Cost HDMI Dual Screen Splitter/Multiviewer
Posted on Friday, September 18, 2015
NTI Introduces a Low-Cost HDMI Dual Screen Splitter/Multiviewer

Aurora, OH: Network Technologies Inc (NTI) announces the addition of the SPLITMUX® Low-Cost HDMI Dual Screen Splitter/Multiviewer to its popular line of multiviewers. The multiviewer simultaneously displays real-time HDMI/DVI video from two difference sources on a single monitor.

The SPLITMUX-HD-2LC supports HDTV output resolutions to 1080p and computer output resolutions to 1360x768. Available display modes include: Dual, Picture in Picture (PiP), and Full Screen. The unit features fluid, real-time video performance with 60 frames per second (fps) when in Dual mode. HDMI features include 24-, 30-, and 36-bit xvYCC, sRGB, and YCbCr inputs; 24- and 30-bit sRGB outputs; two-channel non-mixing stereo with 16-, 20-, or 24-bit uncompressed PCM audio; bandwidth up to 225 MHz.

The multiviewer is controlled via the front panel interface that allows users to locally change ports, select a display mode, or change resolutions. Independently switch audio from the connected HDMI sources in Dual mode. Any DVI source or display can be connected to the multiviewer using a DVI to HDMI cable. Compatible DVI/Composite/VGA + Audio to HDMI converters pass various video and audio signals to the multiviewer.