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Added by substance (24)

Added on: 01/01/2024

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Video Processor

Algolith Mosquito HDMI 

Country  USA
Color   (Silver)
Market  Consumer
Price  2995 USD
Barcode/UPC   ???
Voltage   DC 12V
Power   4.50 A
Weight  10 lb
Dimensions  17 (W) x  1.5 (H) x  12 (D) in


   IR/Control (Infrared) IN x 1
   USB-B, serial port x 1


    Y/Pb/Pr component analog signals x 2
      HDMI 1.2 x 4


   Y/Pb/Pr analog component x 1
   HDMI 1.2 x 1

 Additional Information by substance (24)   11/01/2024 

HDMI I/O was initially limited to 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p and 1080i with 50/60Hz. The last firmware update added support for 1080p in 24Hz. The device will NOT process or pass 1080p in 50/60Hz.

HDMI I/O can pass through 2ch LPCM up to 24bit 48kHz, Dolby Digital and DTS.

HDMI 1.2 standard supports 6ch LPCM audio but Algolith Mosquito HDMI's EDID excludes this information during its HDMI handshake with the source device. An external EDID editor device (i.e. Dr HDMI from HD Fury) can overwrite this to enable 6ch LPCM pass through.

The HDMI model comes with a small, all plastic remote control. The non-HDMI model comes with a very large and heavy, all metal remote control. They both have the same buttons and functionality.

There is an outboard serial option device (sold separately for $495). It allows two way serial control. It connects to the USB port on the unit. This device requires an external power supply to operate. Crestron and AMX released drivers for this serial option.