The Atlona Opus Series of HDMI to HDBaseT matrix switchers deliver high performance distribution and extension of 4K HDR for residential as well as commercial applications. The Opus Series offers performance, reliability, and powerful control and audio system integration features.
The Atlona AT-OPUS-68M is part of the Opus™ Series of HDMI to HDBaseT matrix switchers for high dynamic range (HDR) formats. Part of the comprehensive family of Atlona 4K HDR integration products, this 6×8 matrix switcher is HDCP 2.2 compliant and support 4K/UHD video at 60 Hz with 4:4:4 chroma sampling, as well as HDMI data rates up to 18 Gbps. The Opus Series enables flexible routing to HDBaseT outputs plus two additional HDMI outputs, and is compatible with the Atlona AT-OPUS-RX receiver or AT-JUNO-451-HDBT switcher for transmission of HDMI, Ethernet pass-through, and bidirectional IR and RS-232 control signals up to 330 feet (100 meters) over CAT6a/7 cable. Visually lossless VESA Display Stream Compression (DSC) enables HDR and 4K/60 4:4:4 signal extension over HDBaseT with no latency. Opus matrix switchers are equipped with a comprehensive host of audio and control system integration features, making them ideal for a wide range of residential and commercial applications requiring multi-zone AV distribution.
- HDBaseTTM outputs for transmission of HDMI®, Ethernet, power, and control up to 330ft (100m)
- Two HDMI outputs
- 4K/UHD capability at 60 Hz with 4:4:4 chroma sampling, plus support for HDR formats
- Flexible, independent audio matrix switcher
- Independent CEC display control to each output
- Comprehensive IR control management for sources and displays
- Residential installations - The Opus Series is ideal as the AV distribution centerpiece for whole-house video and audio, with flexible options for integrating with audio and control systems.
- Commercial applications - Opus Series matrix switchers are also ideal for a variety of light commercial, education, and corporate applications requiring compatibility with new and forthcoming devices for 4K presentations.