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Mar 13

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ERLANGER, KY, March 12, 2008-- TVOne has added the 1T-MX-3344 Matrix Routing Switcher to its‘ expanding TV One-task product line. The 1T-MX-3344 is an extremely wide bandwidth, high performance unit that provides four inputs and four outputs of Component Video and Stereo Audio. The unit accommodates YPbPr HD Video or YUV (Y,R-Y,B-Y) SD Video signals, plus Analog Stereo Audio. The unit has a suggested retail price of $595 and is now shipping.


The 1T-MX-334 allows any of the four inputs to be routed to a single output, multiple outputs or all outputs a capability unique to Matrix Routing Switchers. The video bandwidth in excess of 300MHz insures this switcher will provide an output identical to the source signals. Resolutions from 480i through 1080p are supported.


The 1T-MX3344 may be operated by front panel buttons, IR Remote Control or via the RS-232 interface. Ears for rackmounting are included. The unit requires external 12VDC and an AC Adapter is provided. It has a locking DC connector for added security.


For more information, contact Amy Fraley at TV One. To download an accompanying image suitable for publishing along with this news release, please use the following link which will take you to the TV One Product Photo web page: http://www.tvone.com/press_photos.shtml and scroll down to 1T-MX-3344.


From TV One, 1350 Jamike Drive, Erlanger, KY, 41018, 800-721-4044, 859-282-7303, http://www.tvone.com.

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Founded in 1991, TV One specializes in video, audio and multimedia processing equipment, based on its proprietary CORIO® video conversion technology. Centrally located in Erlanger, KY with offices across the globe, TV One manufactures a complete line-up of products for the professional and broadcast video market.

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