neo:XMR Binary User Manual

Modified on Wed, 06 Mar 2024 at 03:06 AM


The neo:XMR Binary is a 6x8 HDMI/HDBaseT video matrix switch and the perfect product for routing multiple 4K UHD source devices to multiple locations within your environment. Supporting HDMI 2.0 a/b, the latest HDCP 2.3, and 18Gbps bandwidth this is a must-have product in any residential multi-room control system integrating with the latest 4K UHD media devices.


Made in partnership with Binary, the Pulse-Eight neo:XMR Video & Audio Matrix has it all - with both audio and video inputs and video and audio outputs. Featuring 6 HDMI inputs, 6 HDBaseT Outputs, and 2 HDMI outputs alongside 8 audio output zones (with the options of Stereo L/R, Optical, and Digital Coax) and 4 audio input zones (with the option of Optical and Digital Coax). The neo:XMR Binary goes the distance, supporting up to full 4K/60, 4:4:4, 8bit or 4K/60 4:2:2, 12bit up to 100 meters (330 feet). With audio breakout, Dolby Digital compliance, and support for multiple video control methods.



Key Features:

  • Ultra HD 4K 60Hz 4:4:4 Video Transmission (up to 600Mhz)

  • Latest HDCP 2.3 Support

  • 1 x neo:8a Chassis

  • 6 x HDMI Inputs

  • 6 x HDBaseT Class C + DSC Outputs

  • 2 x HDMI Outputs

  • 8 x Audio Output Zones

  • 4 x Audio Input Zones

  • Audio Extract & Matrix

  • HDMI ARC

  • Dolby Digital 5.1 Downmix

  • 12V Episode Bi-Directional IR

  • IR Blasting feature

  • RS232 Bi-Directional extension

  • HDMI-CEC Bi-Directional Control

  • Alexa Voice Control

  • Responsive Web Interface

  • 10/100 Ethernet for 3rd party control and connection


Inside The Box (Kit):

  • 1 x neo:XMR Chassis

  • 1 x Rack Mounting Kit

  • 1 x Power Cord

  • 6 x Phoenix Connectors

  • 1 x Quick Start Guide

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