The Crestron® HD‑RX‑4K‑410‑C‑E multiformat AV switch and receiver provides enhanced HDMI® video switching and audio presentation capabilities in areas such as conference rooms and classrooms. Compatible with all DM Lite™ transmitters, the HD‑RX‑4K‑410‑C‑E provides two DM Lite inputs for connection to up to two transmitters. A CATx (CAT5e or higher) twisted pair cable connects a transmitter to the HD‑RX‑4K‑410‑C‑E for the transmission of HDMI signals. For resolutions up to 2K, the maximum transmission distance is 230 ft (70 m). For higher resolutions up to 4K, the maximum transmission distance is 130 ft (40 m).1
NOTE: Power is transmitted over the CATx cable that connects the HD‑RX‑4K‑410‑C‑E to a DM Lite transmitter. The HD‑RX‑4K‑410‑C‑E can power two transmitters simultaneously.
In addition to two DM Lite inputs, the HD‑RX‑4K‑410‑C‑E provides two HDMI inputs that can be connected to local AV sources.
Automatic Switching of Inputs
Automatic switching among the DM Lite and HDMI inputs can occur based on the last connected input. Switching behavior is configurable using the web interface or programmable using a Crestron control system. In addition, input selection push buttons on the front panel of the HD‑RX‑4K‑410‑C‑E allow the desired input to be selected manually.
HDMI Output with 4K Scaler
A single HDMI output with a built-in scaler connects to a display or other device with an HDMI input.2 Input resolutions are automatically scaled to match the native resolution of the display device, resulting in optimal image quality. For applications requiring comprehensive EDID management, the web interface can be used to ensure that every input is displayed at its optimal resolution and format. Input resolutions up to 4K60 4:2:0 are supported.
Enhanced Audio Capabilities
The HD‑RX‑4K‑410‑C‑E includes a built-in amplifier that can drive a pair of 4- or 8-ohm stereo speakers (25 W per channel). The HD‑RX‑4K‑410‑C‑E also provides 6x2 audio mixing capability. Embedded HDMI 2-channel LPCM audio can be extracted from the selected DM Lite or HDMI input and combined with the five analog audio inputs (LINE 1, LINE 2, MIC 1, MIC 2, and AUX). Gain and mute sound adjustments can be made to each of the six inputs being mixed. The mixed audio is then transmitted as two audio outputs: one mirrored AUX 1, SPEAKER, HDMI mixer output and one AUX 2 output. Audio mixer settings such as volume and mute control are configurable for each of the two outputs independently.