CYP 16 x 16 Modular 4KUHD HDR (6G) Matrix Chassis


CYP 16 x 16 Modular 4KUHD HDR (6G) Matrix

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CYP’s Flagship MODX-1616 offers the latest in Modular Matrix technology from CYP, now capable of delivering 4KUHD (4:4:4 @ 60hz/HDR10 Dolby Vision) signals from Input to Output. Due to the flexibility of the MODX’s I/O structure, up to 4 input/Output cards can be loaded into the chassis providing total installation flexibility.
Up to 16 inputs (in multiples of 4) can be independently routed to any of the 16 output ports. Each HDMI card is capable of delivering up to four independent 18Gbps (6G) video signals simultaneously to any of the chosen HDBaseT or HDMI output ports, up to and including 4K@60Hz (4:4:4, 8-bit) as well as 10/12-bit sources with HDR are fully supported. All ports support up to 7.1 channel LPCM digital audio as well as Bitstream and HD Bitstream audio formats. I/O cards using the HDMI interface (HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2) and HDBaseT 2.0 are available to increase installation flexibility.
Despite the 10.2Gbps limitation of HDBaseT™ technology, this groundbreaking product enables data rates of up to 18Gbps to be transmitted using AVLC (Adaptive Visually Lossless Compression) Technology. The transmitter enables 4KUHD sources up-to and including 4K@60Hz (4:4:4 8-bit) as well as 10/12 bit sources with HDR (Including Dolby Vision) to be extended to a PUV-2100RX-AVLC receiver. The result is a perfect 4K 6G  visually lossless image delivered to the display screen.
The MODX-1616 also includes an analogue audio matrix enabling audio to be independently routed from any of the input cards to any audio output cards within the chassis. The audio matrix can be controlled and configured with the MODX WebGUI. The chassis is powered by a pair of high-quality, ‘hot-swappable’, load sharing power supplies with an integrated failure alarm system ensuring that mission critical installations can stay online 24/7.
  • ​Input and output card slots support 18Gbps (600MHz) 4K UHD with HDR signals
  • DVI 1.0 compliant with the use of an HDMI-DVI adapter
  • HDCP 1.x and 2.2 compliant
  • 8 high-bandwidth card slots (4 dedicated input slots, 4 dedicated output slots) with a maximum matrix configuration of 16×16
  • 1 CPU and control card slot
  • Supports UHD resolutions up to 3840×2160@60Hz (4:4:4, 8-bit)
  • Supports 4K HDR at 24Hz (4:4:4) and 60Hz (YUV 4:2:0) with up to 12- bit colour
  • Supports pass-through of audio formats including LPCM 2.0/5.1/7.1, Bitstream, and HD BitstreamOutput cards have an integrated scaling function which supports upscale to 4K@60Hz and downscale to 1080p@60Hz if required by the connected display
  • Advanced EDID Management for rapid integration of sources and displays
  • Field updatable firmware
  • 3U rack mounted design
  • Spare power supply for redundancy
  • Control via front panel buttons with LCD menu, Ethernet (Telnet & WebGUI), RS-232, and IR remote
  • 4-port HDMI input and 4-port HDMI output cards available
  • 4-port HDBaseT (with AVLC) input and output cards available
  • 1 system control card slot (with support for 1 high-bandwidth input port and 1 high-bandwidth output port)
  • System Control Card’s HDMI ports support UHD resolutions up to 3840×2160@60Hz (4:4:4, 8-bit)
  • System Control Card’s HDMI ports support 4K HDR at 24Hz (4:4:4) and 60Hz (YUV 4:2:0) with up to 12-bit color


Inputs 16x Modular I/O board [4x I/O cards]
1x HDMI [1x HDMI Uncompressed AV and Data]
1x 9pin Dsub [1x RS-232 Data]
1x 3.5mm Stereo mini-jack [1x Infra Red Receiver]
2x USB Type A [2x Service Ports Propriety Data]
2x RJ45 [2x IP]
Outputs 16x Modular I/O board [4x I/O cards]
1x HDMI [1x HDMI Uncompressed AV and Data]
11x 3.5mm Stereo mini-jack [11x Infra Red Emitter]
Dimensions 482mm [W] x 484mm [D] x 177mm [H]
Net Weight 20000g
Gross Weight 23000g