08.02.2007 12:00 AM
Cobalt Digital to Launch Compass Line of Converter Products for openGear
At IBC2007, Cobalt Digital will debut its 9061 Compass card, a multifunctional openGear conversion solution. Providing HD/SD-SDI analog and digital input with audio embedding/de-embedding conversion and frame sync, the 9061 offers full 24-bit audio, 16 channel embedding or de-embedding for HD-SD-SDI up/down/cross conversion.

All Compass HD/SD multipurpose cards are intended for TV stations, post production, satellite/cable headends and mobile production vehicles. The complete Compass range can be monitored and configured remotely using the Dashboard software with SNMP as an option. Specifically, the 9061 card features HD/SD universal analog and digital inputs, HD/SD-SDI up/down/cross conversion, analog and AES audio inputs and AES output, 24-bit audio embedding or de-embedding, frame sync with tracking audio delay, audio channel mapping and level control, video level controls, differential inputs for power hum rejection, 5-line adaptive comb filter for SD-composite mode, 24-bit analog audio conversion to AES, internal color bar generator, local or remote user configuration and processing controls

Cobalt Digital will be in Stands 10.116/M491.

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