06.25.2004 12:00 AM
Miranda's Kaleido-K2 Simplifies Signal Monitoring in Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City sister PBS affiliates KUED-DT and KULC-DT selected the Miranda Kaleido-K2 multi-image display system for signal monitoring.

The Kaleido-K2 is a 32-input, modular, multi-image display processor that integrates with Miranda's master control switching and infrastructure monitoring systems. It features a dual-head option, HD image quality and a mouse-controlled router.

"One of the key factors in our choosing the Kaleido-K2 was the ease of monitoring it provides in allowing us to switch from monitoring all streams in our signal to a single stream with just the push of a button," said Chief Engineer Phil Titus.


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