RDL EZ Amplifiers

RDL EZ Series products provide the highest level of value to AV professionals and AV users who demand professional quality. The EZ Series include the EZ-VMD2 (1x2) and EZ-VMD4 (1x4) VGA/XGA distribution amplifiers and the EZ-VMD4E (1x4) VGA/XGA equalized distribution amplifier
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RDL EZ Amplifiers

Nov 4, 2009 11:24 AM

RDL EZ Amplifiers

RDL EZ Series products provide the highest level of value to AV professionals and AV users who demand professional quality. The EZ Series include the EZ-VMD2 (1x2) and EZ-VMD4 (1x4) VGA/XGA distribution amplifiers and the EZ-VMD4E (1x4) VGA/XGA equalized distribution amplifier. The EZ series provides high-resolution computer video distribution amplifiers with two or four outputs (EZ-VMD4 and EZ-VMD4E). The input has an associated BIT ID switch to ensure compatibility with various computers. Sync is front-panel switch-selectable between standard TTL or video. One of the outputs is individually buffered for driving the computer monitor. On the VMD2 and VMD4, the remaining outputs are driven by separate output amplifiers that provide flat, wideband response. On the EZ-VMD4D, the other three outputs are driven by separate output amplifiers that include rear-panel gain and equalization trimmers that provide adjustable compensation for quality monitor cable lengths exceeding 100 meters (300ft.). All switched functions are easily accessible on the front panel. MSRP: N/A

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