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Hall Research HSM-44-BX 4K 4x4 Simultaneous HDMI/HDBaseT Matrix Switch

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    Hall Research
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    10.00 lbs
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    3 Years
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    Hall Research
As a unique product from Genesis Digital Matrix™ arrangement of switchers, the HSM-44-BX framework gives remarkable quality, natural execution and ground-breaking control techniques that are the quality features of Hall Research's video matrix switchers. The 4K matrix is an excellent 4x4 cross-point switch in a reduced 1-RU casing. Each production has coordinated video splitter with the goal that concurrent HDMI and HDBaseT are given.

The HDBaseT productions broaden HDMI, IR, RS-232, Ethernet, and Power over a single CAT6 link cord to a distance of 100m (328 ft). The HDBaseT outputs are good with all agreeable HDBaseT receivers, for example, the Hall Research's HBX-R which is a financially savvy Receiver that gives HDMI, IR, RS-232, and IP (Ethernet) augmentation and gets its capacity from the network matrix for maximal transmission comfort.

The HSM-44-BX bolsters HDMI resolutions up to 4K @ 30 Hz 4:4:4 and 4K @ 60 Hz 4:2:0. It additionally bolsters HDCP 2.2 and 1.4, 3D, profound color shading. A PCM, Dolby, DTS, and HD audio output standardized unit. The network matrix is flawless as it brilliantly ascertains EDID for each information input dependent on the EDID of the associated sinks.

The Hall Research Experience

Our highly experienced design engineers have systematically planned this device to be as natural as possible to work perfectly as could reasonably be expected. For instance, the control directions utilize basic English linguistic structure. Need to Connect Video of output 4 to input one, the input command is CV4,1. What about interfacing all outputs to enter 1 CV*,1 (for those of you that recall DOS)!

Do you need to make ties (video routing) from the front board? The framework does not mind whether you begin by selecting an input or an output first. On the off chance that you press an output key, it illuminates alongside the information input that it is as of now steered to, and you straightforward select an alternate input. Then again, if you select an input key first, any or all outputs that it is directed to will come alive, and you can then conveniently choose different outputs to transmit that input to for display.

EDID administration is another significant element of this lattice switch. You can choose the EDID for each contribution from a rundown of 15 internalized "canned" EDIDs, or you can utilize the EDID from any screen associated with the outputs. On the other hand, you can even have the framework figure the EDID for each input dependent on the capacities of the considerable number of screens that it is being steered to with the end goal to get the best picture with most quality resolution conceivable. For instance, let's assume you are directing a transmission input to three 4K TVs, at that point the EDID of that input will have 4K as a bolstered resolution. However, if you choose to send that video to a fourth TV that backs 1080p, rather than getting a clear screen, the matrix will re-process the EDID to automatically indicate 1080p as the maximum resolution that is required for the display. The unit is designed such that the EDID will return to 4K, on the off chance that you expel the 1080p TV from that group.


  • HDCP 2.2 and 4K UHD
  • Simultaneous HDMI and HDBaseT on each output
  • Extends HDMI, IR, RS-232, Ethernet, and Power on HDBaseT
  • Intuitive front panel control with two-line LCD
  • Analog and Digital Extracted Audio Outputs
  • Uses Hall Research Genesis™ Control Command Set (GCCS)
  • Save and Recall Presets of commonly used routing patterns
  • HDMI video output can be blanked or un-blanked
  • Controlled via: Front Panel, RS232, IP (Telnet), and IR
  • Internal Universal Power Supply with standard IEC C14 connector
  • 1U rack mountable metal enclosure