HDLink connects SDI video directly to any supported DVI-D or HDMI based LCD computer monitor for incredible true HDTV resolution video monitoring. With every individual pixel in the HD-SDI video standard mapped digitally onto the pixels of a 1920×1200 resolution LCD display, you get a perfect digital-to-screen pixel for pixel HDTV display.
World’s Highest Quality 4:4:4 Video
HDLink is the world’s first full HDTV resolution 4:4:4 monitoring solution that supports both standard definition SDI, HD-SDI and new Dual Link HD-SDI 4:4:4 for full resolution color monitoring. Dual Link HD-SDI 4:4:4 is the newest television standard using two HD-SDI video cables for twice the color resolution.
Standard Definition or HDTV
HDLink supports all SDI based formats from standard definition NTSC/PAL to HD-SDI 1080 and 720. With HDLink you’ll get the best image quality possible with format compatibility guaranteed years into the future. HDLink’s SDI video input automatically switches between SD, HD-SDI and Dual Link HD-SDI video formats. Unlike CRT based monitors, HDLink also supports all HDTV frame rates and formats including progressive HD.
Supports Most LCD Displays
HDLink supports all DVI-D and HDMI based digital computer displays. For 1080 and 720 HDTV formats, a 1920×1200 (16:10) resolution display is recommended. However, if you’re working in 720 HDTV formats only, then a lower cost 1280×800 resolution display is recommended.
Analog Audio Monitoring Output
Audio outputs are de-embedded from the SDI input and then converted to analog at an incredible 24 bit. Audio is output on RCA connectors so you can easily connect to standard HiFi systems. If the connected display requires pull-down processing then HDLink will apply a variable audio delay to match the pull-down processor ensuring perfect audio to video sync. To protect speakers and eliminate loud pops and other audio glitches, HDLink gently mutes the audio if video formats change or when SDI signals are connected and disconnected.
HD/SD-SDI to DVI or HDMI converter
48 kHz, 24-bit
Color Precision: 10/12-bit Video Sampling: 4:2:2/4:4:4 Color Space: YUV/RGB