HDbridge 2000 Hydra A/V and VGA Cables
HDbridge 2640, 2620, 2540 and 2520 utilize hydra cables that extend from a full sized DIN connector to 7 inputs (component HD video, analog and digital audio) or VGA plus analog audio for clean wiring, easy diagnostics and maximum flexibility.
For ZvPro 280, ZvBox 180 and ZvBox 170: Pass up to 4 channels of Closed Captions to your HDTVs
Please note: HDbridge modules include come with integrated closed captioning
ZeeVee is proud to offer the ZvCC™, an accessory that adds Closed Captions to your ZvBox’s HDTV broadcast. In any application where crowd noise is a factor, or when the display is muted, passing on Closed Captions is critical-it allows the viewer to ‘read’ what is being said.
In the past, Closed Captions were passed in the invisible portion of the SD video signal. This functionality is not carried as part of the Component Video or VGA Video Standard, making it impossible to forward this very important information when broadcasting these sources.
Fortunately, many video sources like cable or satellite set-top-boxes and DVD players simultaneously output Composite (SD) video, which still contains the Closed Caption information. ZvCC decodes that video, extracts the Closed Captions, and forwards them to the ZvBox for inclusion in the HDTV broadcast. Just connect it to the VGA output port of the ZvBox (yes, the output port!) and you are automatically forwarding CC information. It’s that simple!
Key features include:
- Captures all Closed Caption streams and forwards them to your HDTVs. Up to four streams are possible, each containing different information or language.
- Control CC display at your TV using your remote control.
- No external power required – cleverly obtains power from the VGA output port on the ZvBox.
- No configuration required – ZvBox firmware automatically detects the presence of the module, and forwards any Closed Captions that are captured.
- Works with any ZvBox that has Component and VGA video inputs. Make sure you have firmware revision 2.3.0 or better. Click here to learn more.
Frequency Response for Channel 125 filter. Channel 135 characteristics are 60 MHz higher.
Channel Filters - also known as Notch Filters - block a set of frequencies from passing through. They take a 'notch' out of the frequency spectrum. You screw them onto the cable, and they block the channels they are designed to block.
We offer channel 125 and 135 filters because they are very high in the channel range, and are less likely to contain important cable channels. They assure that no energy enters your in-house Coax network at the selected frequency, and provide a clear channel for your ZvBox.
These filters completely eliminate the center channel, and generally clear one channel above and below as well.
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