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VP-X2 LED Video Processor


Video processor for LED panel displays

1U fitment; includes mounting hardware


  • Multi channel video input - LED Video Processor with 9 channel video input. of which 4 CVBS, 2 VGA, 2 DVI, 1 HDMI, 1 3G-SDI inputs. Basically has covered the civil and industrial use requirements. Video input switching all and can realize the fast cutting and fade switching effect.
  • Multi video and audio synchronous - LED Video Processor with 8 channel video input, 3 channel audio switching. Each video can be any combination of the corresponding audio (including HDMI audio), the corresponding relation between the set of audio and video, video channel automatic memory to audio. 
  • Seamless switching - LED Video Processor can also seamlessly switch between any channel switching, the time is adjustable 0 to 1.5 seconds. With a fade transition effect, switch the input channel, so that the screen can be switched smoothly to the second screen. Using fast switching, switching input channels, you can instantly switch the video output.
  • Full output resolution - LED Video Processor designed for users with useful output resolution, the widest reaches 2,560 points, the highest of 1,920 points, for a variety of dot matrix display. Up to 20 kinds of output resolution for users to choose from, and can be adjusted to point output and have a custom resolution. 
  • Pre-switching technology - Pre-switching technology is switching the input signal to predict in advance whether the input channel has signal.  

The following lists the LED video processor supports audio and video input formats table:

DVI input - VESA standard, the maximum: 1920x1200 @ 60Hz

HDMI input- 480i / p 676i / p 720p 1080i / p 8/10/12 bit color depth

VGA input - VESA standard, the maximum 1920x1200 @ 60Hz

CVBS input - PAL, NTSC, PAL-M / n, SECAM

Output formats: 

DVI output any resolution up to 2304x1152 @ 60Hz

VGA output any resolution up to 2304x1152 @ 60Hz

Custom resolution output options

Analog audio output to any channel, analog audio signals