Kramer Introduces the VP-8K 1:8 Computer Graphics Video Distribution Amplifier with Advanced Sync Processing

December 15-2009

Kramer Introduces the VP-8K 1:8 Computer Graphics Video Distribution Amplifier with Advanced Sync Processing
Kramer Electronics has announced the introduction of the VP-8K.  The VP-8K is a 1 input by 8 output computer graphics video distribution amplifier.  The VP-8K replaces the VP-8 in Kramer’s line of distribution amplifiers and includes the addition of Kramer’s Kr-isp® advanced sync processing technology.

The VP-8K is a high-performance, HDTV compatible distribution amplifier for computer graphics signals with resolutions exceeding UXGA.  It accepts one computer graphics input on a 15-pin HD connector and outputs the signal via eight 15-pin HD connectors to eight destinations or displays. The VP-8K features a high video bandwidth of 370MHz, internal ID Bit control, a termination switch and Kramer’s Kr-isp advanced sync processing technology.

Kramer’s Kr-isp advanced sync processing technology provides a sharp, stable image and ensures compatibility with a wide range of computers even if the sync level is too low by restoring the sync signal waveform.  Kr-isp sync processing can be enabled or disabled.  

The VP-8K is housed in a desktop-sized enclosure and it operates with an external 5V DC power supply.  The VP-8K is now available through authorized Kramer Electronics resellers around the world.