Pulse-Eight launches neo:4 Professional HDBaseT Matrix switch

I was vaguely aware that Pulse-Eight (yep, the PC HDMI-CEC gurus) had moved into the custom installer (CI) market, but must admit to not really following it that closely. Having looked at what their new neo:4 HDMI matrix switch can do, I’m quite impressed. 4K, HDCP 2.2, and four HDBaseT ports + intelligent HDMI CEC control – yum!

New neo:4 Professional Matrix with HDCP 2.2 Released

We can now announce that the latest addition to our neo line of HDBaseT products- the neo:4 Professional Matrix with HDCP and mirrored modules has been released. In addition to the current, easy to use web interface control system, this new product now offers a free web app designed to allow users to control their source devices like a virtual remote. It also sees the addition of Ultra HD Premium support,  enabling a premium 4K viewing experience.

HDCP 2.2 is the latest generation of content protection. Any users wishing to view 4K content will need all connecting devices to support HDCP 2.2 in order to access it, otherwise the display will not work. This means that the addition of HDCP 2.2 allows our new neo:4 Professional to be used with the latest 4K technology.

Manufactured in Poole, our Matrix products are created to enable video distribution around the home with full CEC control, allowing one remote to control all devices seamlessly. 


For further information contact Martin Ellis: martin.ellis@pulse-eight.com 

About Pulse-Eight:

Founded in 2010 and based in Poole, Dorset, UK. Pulse-Eight designs and manufacturers all of its video matrix products on site with its state of the art electronics manufacturing line. Building on the core HDBaseT technology stack, Pulse-Eight includes proprietary EDID manipulation, CEC and IR control features not found in other matrix solutions providing a rich and engaging experience for end customers and an even easier installation experience for installers. For more information, visit www.pulseeight.com.