Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
4/24/2008 9:44 AM
Convert HDMI to Component Video with TVOne-task‘s new 1T-FC-326
The 1T-FC-326 from TVOne-task is a high quality device that allows selection of either of its two HDMI inputs for conversion to an analog YPbPr or YUV with de-embedded audio.
ERLANGER, KY, April 23, 2008-- TVOne-task‘s newest format converter, the 1T-FC-326, allows the user to take either of two HDMI inputs and convert it to Component Video. Very wide video bandwidth insures that the analog output is capable of showing the fine detail present in most HDMI signals. The audio output includes Coaxial Digital and Analog Stereo (R/L) that is de-embedded from the HDMI digital signal stream.
The 1T-FC-326 is compliant with HDMI 1.2a, HDCP 1.1 and DVI 1.0. It supports all HDTV and SDTV resolutions. The unit may be operated from the front panel buttons or the IR Remote Control. LEDs on the front panel indicate which of the two inputs is selected and if HDCP (Content Protection) is present. It accommodates cables with either standard or locking type connectors. Provisions are made for securing locking type HDMI connectors to the case.
The unit requires external 5VDC and an AC Adapter is provided. It has a locking DC connector for added security. The unit has a suggested retail price of $289 and is shipping.
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-FC-326.
From TV One, 1350 Jamike Drive, Erlanger, KY, 41018, 800-721-4044, 859-282-7303, http://www.tvone.com.
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.