AV switching and distribution

Whether you want audio equipment to send one source (e.g. DVD player) to multiple display devices or connect more than one source (e.g. Apple TV, Foxtel etc) to one input on your television, Amber Technology has what you need to get the job done properly.

AV matrixes: When a multi-zone residence has a variety of video components, it makes sense to make them available in each zone. Gefen and HDAnywhere offer a level of usability that’s hard to find when it comes to complicated hardware such as AV matrixes. With options of up to eight inputs and eight outputs (8x8), there’s a solution for even the most sophisticated entertainment spaces. 

AV over IP: Audio-Visual over Internet Protocol (AVOIP) refers to the transmission of audio-visual data over an internet network. Gefen’s AV over IP units allow you to access and control video anywhere over the network.

AV splitters: AV splitters from Apart Audio, Gefen and HDAnywhere all allow one input to be split into two identical output signals, giving you the ability to maximise the use of one output signal.

AV switchers: Amber carries some of the most capable AV switchers on the market from Liberty AV, Gefen, Niveo Professional and One For All. These units offer universal compatibility and are available for composite video and stereo audio with multiple inputs of all sizes. 

Signal extension: Amber’s broad selection of signal extensions from AudioQuest, Gefen, HDAnywhere, One For All and for broadcast Teradek, allow you to extend AV signals over long distances without compromising on signal quality.

Wireless AV distribution: Gefen, Nuvo and One For All offer wireless AV distribution products that minimise clutter while sending high definition audio and video to any display within the room or outside of the room, with a maximum distance of 33 feet. 

AV scalers and AV converters: AJA, AudioQuest, Gefen, Liberty AV, Niveo Professional and One For all offer video scalers and converters that convert video signals from one display resolution to another. This technology is most commonly used to upscale lower resolution pictures (e.g. 480p) to high definition.