Extron RGB 160xi
The Extron RGB 160xi with ADSP is a universal, analog computer-video
interface with a female 15-pin HD input and buffered local monitor output.
The RGB 160xi has a 15-130 kHz scanning range and 300 MHz (-3 dB) RGB video bandwidth.
It is compatible with VGA-QXGA, Mac, Sun, and SGI signals, and will convert
computer-generated, unbalanced audio to balanced, line level audio. The RGB
160xi features sync processing through Extron's exclusive Advanced Digital
Sync Processing (ADSP) technology, ensuring compatibility with digital
displays such as DLP, LCD, D-ILA™/LCoS, plasma, etc.
Input: RGB video on female 15-pin HD
connector; audio on 3.5 mm stereo mini connector
Output: RGB video on female BNCs for
RGBHV, RGBS, or RGsB; audio on captive screw connector
Compatible with VGA-QXGA, Mac, Sun®,
and SGI® computers
300 MHz (-3 dB) RGB video bandwidth
Advanced Digital Sync Processing
(ADSP™) — An exclusive Extron technology that conditions sync signals to
provide reliable operation with a variety of signal sources and display
types. ADSP reshapes the sync signals, restores proper TTL voltage levels,
and maintains the original video to sync timing relationships while allowing
Active PC audio to balanced audio interfacing
— Converts computer-generated, unbalanced audio to balanced line level stereo
or mono audio for output on a captive screw connector.
Three-position level/peaking switch —
Boosts and equalizes video signals to compensate for signal loss and high frequency
attenuation that occur in long cable runs.
Horizontal shift control — Shifts the
displayed image left or right on the display screen. Also called
Digital Display Sync Processing
(DDSP™) — Allows the sync signal to pass through without altering sync pulse
or width. Disables other sync processing features such as horizontal and
vertical centering. DIP switch-selectable.
Buffered female 15-pin HD local
Rugged metal enclosure
Internal international power supply