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Feb 20

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Tetra VIO Analog Way, a leading designer and manufacturer of innovative image converters and presentation switchers, is pleased to announce the HDCP compatibility for Tetra VIO™ (Ref TVC 401), a universal A/V Computer and HD Solution in Image Cross conversion.

Tetra VIO™ by Analog Way is a highly versatile universal device with six functions in one: Scan Converter, Scaler, Standard converter with TBC, Audio De/Embedder, Switcher and Interface. Its high flexibility makes it essential in complex installations. It is extremely useful in solving signal compatibility issues at the last minute. In addition to a powerful multi-format Converter, Tetra VIO is also a smooth and fast Audio / Video Switcher offering many useful features such as a 500% Zoom, a user programmable EDID for DVI input, etc.

Tetra VIO can convert any high-resolution up to 2K, which is very useful for applications requiring non-standard resolutions, such as LED walls. Now HDCP compatible, it accepts a large range of formats, from Computer to Video and HDTV, in Analog or Digital format, and provides a large range of connectors: BNC, HD15, DVI, mini DIN4, Cinch, RCA. The output provides the same diversity of formats, and the same type of signals and connectors. Each of the 3 universal inputs features an active loop through (monitoring) for easy control of the sources.

Equipped with an Analog Genlock input with an active loop through. Tetra VIO offers a choice between SDTV Black Burst and Black HD-YUV. It allows genlocking of HDTV output signal on an SDTV Black Burst. User phase adjustments are available for a perfect result. Tetra VIO supports numerous input and output formats and signal types, such as HDTV, SDTV and COMPUTER up to 2048x1080RB* & 1600x1200 @60Hz in both analog RGB & DVI.

The same format is available simultaneously on different outputs. For example: Computer formats are delivered in RGB and in DVI-D at the same time, SD-TV formats are available in Composite, S.Video, YUV and SDI, etc.

Tetra VIO features 4 Analog Audio Stereo In and 1 Out and also one Digital SPDIF audio In/Out. It allows embedding Analog and SPDIF Digital Audio stereo signal into SD/HD-SDI with A/V delay compensation. (Fs: 48kHz – 20/24 bits). It also extracts and outputs SPDIF digital Audio stereo signal from the SD/HD-SDI embedded stream.

Tetra VIO offers a high quality image thanks to its new high performance true 10 bit video path processing with automatic 3:2 and 2:2 pull down circuitry - de-interlaced SD and HD TV format - auto adaptative pixel per pixel level motion compensation - auto centering, clock, time base corrector - frame rate converter and follower- multi-level anti-flicker.

The image adjustments and device setup are recorded in a non-volatile memory. The standard RS232 connection and GUI allow a full remote control of the device and upgrade capability to maintain the high value of your equipment throughout time. Optional RJ45 is available for TCP/IP control.

Analog Way – 20 years of innovation

Analog Way, a leading designer and manufacturer of innovative image converters and presentation switchers, will celebrate in 2009 its 20th anniversary. The company, with worldwide locations (USA, France and Singapore), designs a wide range of computer to video scan converters, scalers, seamless switchers and up/down converters. The products provide the most advanced solutions in the Broadcast, AV, Rental & Staging, Church, Corporate and Industrial markets. For further information, do not hesitate to visit our website at: http://www.analogway.com

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