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DPL Member: Murideo

DPL Approved Products

A very special group of manufacturers & cable brands are committed to providing their customers with superior performing & more reliable Digital-HD (DHD) products.

By becoming a participating member of the DPL Labs Seal of Approval Program, these manufacturer’s products are thoroughly tested – only the best pass the test and are awarded the prestigious Seal of Approval.

DPL Approved Products - Murideo

The following products have been tested and granted the DPL Labs Seal of Approval:

This product is designed for field testing and source calibration – it is not intended as professional lab grade test equipment.


         DPL 4K Certification Status*

4K-10.2G  4K-18G-DC  
Test Equipment

      Fresco SIX-G Test Generator   4K-10.2G 4K-18G-DC  




* For more information on DPL's 4K Certification Levels and what they mean please visit the DPL Full 4K Cable Certification page. 


Company Profile

Murideo was created out of the need to bring more modern tools to the CI Market.  With a depth of knowledge brought on from years of experience in the electronics industry, we are hell bent on bringing cutting edge tools to the world at large that were previously only available to select groups. Murideo is a manufacturer of goods designed to assist in calibration an installation to achieve incredible results and accuracy as it pertains to video distribution systems and calibration.  We promise to only bring the most forward thinking products to the marketplace.  Murideo releases only unique and previously unattainable items.  If you are looking for "me too" products you're in the wrong place.

Our Pledges Are Simple:

  1. Focus On Technology
  2. Focus On Design
  3. Focus On Users


Contact Info:

3518 N Casco Ave
SIoux Falls, SD 57104
Phone: 605-782-2462


Product Info

Fresco SIX-GFresco SIX-GFresco SIX-G Generator

The Murideo SIX-G is for the AV integration market to confirm HDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2 operation at the 18 GBPS level. Additionally, the SIX-G is an excellent troubleshooting tool for distributed HDMI systems and a reference source for video calibration and is compatible with CalMAN.  One of the biggest challenges for integrators today is determining what infrastructure to put in the systems they design and further verifying that all of the components will work together. Over the past few years UHD TVs have been a mix of HDCP 2.2 and 1.4 – even to the point of varying by port.  The SIX-G takes out the guess work and provides absolute information about HDMI components that will work and IDs ones that won’t work – all in a hand-held, affordable, portable field tool.

For more information visit the Fresco SIX-G Produt Page.

  • HDCP Select-able - 2.2, 1.4, None – Confirms if the system will work or not
  • Hot Plug Detect & HDCP lights
  • Portable/Battery Operated
  • EDID Read Functionality
  • Create Custom Resolutions
  • Audio Confidence Tests
  • L/R Audio In
  • Optimized Ergonomics – 3” Color Display, Simplified Menus
  • Includes Free PC Control Software
  • RS232 or USB Controllable


Although the SIX-G is fully certified by DPL labs (see: for field testing and as a calibration source it should not be confused and substituted by manufacturers as a source for testing their products to the level that is completed by professional lab grade test equipment that is used by DPL Labs and other certification labs. The equipment needed for lab level testing includes but is not limited to scopes that exceed the bandwidth requirements for HDMI 2.0(a) and can reliably produce a clean eye pattern and the digital data necessary to determine if the product under test meets or exceeds the requirements for HDMI 2.0(a).  This is extensive in-depth testing that should be used to certify products bound for the field so that installers don't run into problems.

Cable & Equipment manufacturers should engage a lab like DPL for complete end to end testing of their products.

Systems Integrators should use the SIX-G for field service point to point troubleshooting and as a source for calibration, panel matching, and HDMI 2.0(a) testing.