HDMI I/O

Your system has HDMI input and output ports.

Your system has the following HDMI connections:

  • Output for connecting the primary system monitor (Monitor 1)
  • Output for connecting the secondary system monitor (Monitor 2)

    The Studio X30 system doesn’t have a second HDMI output.

  • Input for content sharing, including audio streaming

Note the following:

  • The system supports only HDMI-to-HDMI connections and doesn’t support display conversions, such as VGA-to-HDMI or HDMI-to-DVI cable converters.
  • The HDMI specifications don’t provide maximum cable length definitions. The requirements defined in the specification implicitly give rise to length limitations that are based on the cable’s construction.
  • As with other Polycom hardware, the HDMI ports on your system meet HDMI specification requirements. HDMI signal quality is dependent on every cable and connector in the HDMI path. Passive HDMI extenders, female-female couplers, and wall plates are potential points of failure and signal loss.
  • A high-quality passive cable of minimum length provides the most repeatable solution. As the power level of HDMI output devices can vary greatly, keep the distance from the HDMI source to the system input as short as possible.

Polycom claims no responsibility or liability for the quality, performance, or reliability of third-party HDMI cables, HDMI splitters, or HDMI USB adapters.

Polycom recommends working with your A/V integrator or partner who understands the unique requirements in your environment.

Supported HDMI Output Resolutions for Single-Monitor Setups

Your system supports the following HDMI output resolutions and frame rates when using one monitor.

Table 1. Supported HDMI Output Resolutions and Frame Rates for Single-Monitor Setups
Output Resolution Frame Rates (fps)
UHD (4K) 3840 × 2160p 25, 30, 50, 60
FHD 1920 × 1080p 50, 60

Supported HDMI Output Resolutions for Dual-Monitor Setups

The G7500 and Studio X50 systems support the following HDMI output resolutions and frame rates when using two monitors.

Note: 4K resolution (3840 × 2160p) isn’t supported when you configure your system for dual monitors. If you want to use 4K, set Monitor 2 to Off in the system web interface.
Table 2. Supported HDMI Output Resolutions and Frame Rates for Dual-Monitor Setups
Output Resolution Frame Rates (fps)
FHD 1920 × 1080p 50, 60

Supported HDMI Input Resolutions

Your system supports the following monitor resolutions for HDMI input.

Table 3. Supported HDMI Input Resolutions and Frame Rates
Input Resolution Frame Rates (fps)
UHD (4K) 3840 × 2160p 24, 25, 30
FHD 1920 × 1080p 50, 60
HD 1280 × 720p 50, 60