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Just Add Power unveils New 3G 708POE transmitter with audio extraction at ISE 2020

The transmitter allows integrators to add a stereo analog audio output to their 3G Ultra HD over IP systems

 Just Add Power, a leader in Ultra HD over IP video distribution, has announced the release of its 3G 708POE transmitter. Making its debut at ISE 2020 in booths 1-Q120 and 1-N134, the transmitter allows integrators to cost-effectively add a stereo analog audio output to their 3G Ultra HD over IP systems. 

“By extracting audio from sources and outputting it via a 3.5 mm port, the 708POE makes it simple for integrators to incorporate two-channel stereo receivers and amplifiers into their J+P systems,” said Taft Stricklin, sales team manager at Just Add Power. “Offering an upgrade to our popular 707POE, the new transmitter delivers this additional functionality at a groundbreaking price.” 

Like its predecessor, the 708POE distributes video resolutions up to 4K Ultra HD with no latency over a single Cat 5e cable. The unit supports HDCP 2.2, HDMI 2.0, HDR, HDR10, and all lossless audio formats, including Dolby Atmos. Video wall functionality is built-in for displays installed in portrait and flipped configurations, as well as image push, pull, and pop features.

The 708POE supports control inputs with RS-232, CEC, and IR. As with all models in the Just Add Power lineup, it integrates seamlessly with any generation of the company’s products. This allows integrators to select the Just add Power solution that best fits the job, providing an evolutionary, scalable, systems-approach to 4K video signal distribution.

More information is available at www.justaddpower.com.

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