Video Link / HDMI

IT6602E: Dual-port HDMI 1.4 Receiver with 3D Support

The IT6602E is a dual-port HDMI receiver, which is fully compatible with HDMI 1.4b, HDMI 1.4b 3D and HDCP 1.4, and also backward compatible with DVI 1.0 specifications. With its Deep Color capability (up to 36-bit), the IT6602E ensures robust reception of high-quality uncompressed video content, along with state-of-the-art uncompressed and compressed digital audio content such as DTS-HD and Dolby TrueHD in digital televisions and projectors. The IT6602E also supports all the primary 3D formats which are compliant with the HDMI 1.4b 3D specification.

Aside from the various video output formats supported, the IT6602E also receives and provides up to 8 channels of I2S digital audio outputs, with sampling rate of up to 192 kHz and sample size of up to 24 bits, facilitating direct connection to industry-standard low-cost audio DACs. Also, an S/PDIF output is provided to support up to compressed audio of 192 kHz frame rate. Super Audio Compact Disc (SACD) is supported at up to 8 channels and 88.2 kHz through DSD (Direct Stream Digital ports) ports.

The High-Bit Rate (HBR) audio is also provided by the IT6602E in two interfaces: with the four I2S input ports or the S/PDIF input port. With both interfaces, the highest possible HBR frame rate is supported at up to 768 kHz.

Each IT6602E comes preprogrammed with a unique HDCP key, in compliance with the HDCP 1.4 standard so as to provide secure transmission of high-definition content. Users of the IT6602E need not purchase any HDCP keys or ROMs.

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