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cobalt-digital-9061-updown-converter.jpgNEW YORK, NY - Cobalt Digital, an award-winning designer and manufacturer of signal processing gear for the broadcast industry, is featuring its new line of up, down and cross converters of all varieties for the openGear(tm) platform at HD World 2009 (Booth 919). Each converter is equipped with robust feature sets, designed for the most challenging applications.

New cards to be demonstrated at the show include:

9822 Downconverter with HD/SD-SDI Input, Embedded Audio, Frame Sync, Timecode and Closed Caption Support

9064 Up/Down/Cross Converter with HD/SD-SDI Input, RGB Color Corrector, Frame Sync

9067 Upconverter with SD-SDI Input, Embedded Audio, Frame Sync, Timecode and Closed Caption Support

9068 Upconverter with SD-SDI Input, Timecode and Closed Caption Support

"Our expanded line of format converters is another example of Cobalt working closely with end-users to develop product options that can help eliminate the headaches associated with running a high-tech station on a budget," says Chris Shaw, VP of sales & marketing.

About Cobalt Digital

Founded in 1997 and headquartered in Urbana, IL, Cobalt Digital Inc. designs and manufactures signal processing gear for the broadcast television environment. Distributed through a worldwide network of dealers, system integrators, and other partnerships, Cobalt products are backed with a 5-year warranty. For more information, please refer to Cobalt's web site at, or call +1 217-344-1243.

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