Atlona Showcases High Video Quality Scaling and Video Wall Edge Processing at ISE 2018 with New 4K HDBaseT Receiver


ZURICH, Switzerland, January 30, 2018 – Continuing its forward momentum in 4K/UHD innovation, Atlona will introduce the AT-HDVS-SC-RX, its first HDBaseT receiver with Atlona CrystalScale™ Technology (ACT), a 4K scaling and video wall processing engine at ISE 2018 next month (February 6-9, Amsterdam RAI). In live demonstrations held at Stand 5-U80, guests will be able to compare the high-detail scaling power of the HDVS-SC-RX.  Also featured is the scaling receiver’s ability to drive high-resolution content across large video walls with exceptional ease and cost-efficiency. Its practical mix of an up and down scaler with high video quality, automatic display control and an HDBaseT signal receiver makes it an ideal solution for standalone displays in classrooms, huddle rooms and other meeting spaces.

The HDVS-SC-RX carries over the most pertinent features of its 1080p-only predecessor, the HDVS-200-RX, including image adjustment capability, audio de-embedding, and the ability to automatically match incoming signals to the display’s native resolution. For the first time, Atlona has engineered CrystalScale, the core signal processing engine to fully optimize image quality and switching performance. This includes new features to support mirror/flip and 90° image rotation, motion-adaptive video de-interlacing, 3:2 pull-down, aspect ratio control, and internal test pattern generation.

The CrystalScale engine really shines in corporate environments where complex, data-laden spreadsheets are presented. The premium scaler inside the HDVS-SC-RX makes a significant difference when showing small numbers and detailed graphs. The scaling receiver also adds a second HDMI input, allowing users to incorporate additional content from a local computer or wireless base. This offers yet another advantage for customers that want to drive impactful, high-resolution 4K and UHD content across larger flat-panel displays and video walls.

“Critical applications such as medical facilities and energy exploration require greater pixel density and color sub-sampling,” said Steve Kolta, Product Manager, Signal Distribution, Atlona. “The HDVS-SC-RX offers a highly-refined scaling engine with 4K video wall processing, and eliminates the need to invest in customized solutions that have long deterred many users at the point of entry.”

The HDVS-SC-RX integrates cleanly with the HDVS-200 Series of switching transmitters (standard or wall plate) as well as Atlona matrix switchers and distribution amplifiers with HDBaseT outputs. When used with Atlona distribution amplifiers, customers can cost-efficiently scale the output architecture to support video walls of any size.

The HDVS-SC-RX can be remotely configured, managed and monitored over the Internet via the free Atlona Management System (AMS 2.0) network software platform, and integrates seamlessly with Atlona’s recently-related Velocity™ control system. The HDVS-SC-RX includes Atlona’s award-winning 10-year limited product warranty and customer support services, letting integrators specify, purchase, and install with confidence.

About Atlona

Celebrating 15 years of innovation, Atlona is a leading global manufacturer of AV and IT distribution and connectivity solutions based in the Silicon Valley, USA. In an ever-changing industry, the company has been designing and engineering innovative, award-winning products for a diverse range of residential and commercial AV and IT markets, including education, business, government, entertainment, and healthcare.

Atlona’s products and services enable system designers, integrators, consultants, and installers worldwide to simplify installation, minimize maintenance and maximize the versatility of premier automated control solutions.  Backed by an award-winning 10-year warranty, Atlona’s customer-driven products are designed and developed with the features, performance and reliability that leaders demand.  More information about Atlona is available at  Follow Atlona on Twitter at @Atlona.

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