E.D.I.D Extended Display Identification Data TV`s have built into

E.D.I.D Extended Display Identification Data TV`s have built into
E.D.I.D
Extended Display Identification Data
TV’s have built into them various Audio and Video Capabilities
Here we can see that this TV can accept many video formats including 480p,
720p, 1080p etc and in a variety of aspect Ratio’s
Extended Display Identification Data
Here We Can See The Various Audio Formats That This TV Supports
These include
PCM,
AC3,
DTS
and Various
Frequencies
E.D.I.D
Stands For Extended Display Identification Data
When Products Like These Start Up
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The Source product will request from the TV what formats it can
accept. The TV will respond with a manufacturer identifier and
capability information. The Source device will then set the Video and
Audio up accordingly.
E.D.I.D
Stands For Extended Display Identification Data
This is all fine when the source products are just talking to one TV
When installers start to build HDMI networks, I.E. Sources “talking” to
multiple TV’s via switchers or matrix products, it can get more
complicated. There can be different TV brands with different
capabilities in the network.
This is when the Lowest Common Denominator is used
1080p
720p
1080p
720p
2 Channel
5.1
2 Channel
5.1
When one of these is in the mix
I Can do, 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 480p
2 Channel, 7.1, 5.1
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Set Up as 720p, 2 Channel
It takes over and will “match” the formats picking the lowest common denominator
What if 1 TV is old or of sentimental value and can not
support today’s Formats
4K
5.1
4K
5.1
4K
5.1
4K
720p
2 Channel
Then just add our
HDMI DAC which
will downscale the
signal for that TV
This product can also be used to extract the Audio from a HDMi connection to go to an Audio system if needed.
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