03.30.2006 12:00 AM
Dayang Expands Monitor Splitter Line
Dayang Technology Development is introducing a new edition to the company's line of MagicWall monitor splitters at NAB2006.

MagicWall 5000 allows up to 32 SDI or analog sources to be displayed simultaneously on a single 1600x1200 pixel flat-panel screen. The unit has switchable DVI outputs with de-interlacing to allow feeding a second display.

"Designed specifically for modern multichannel broadcast environments, the MagicWall 5000 is one of the most versatile monitor splitters ever developed," said Karlton Burn, Dayang international CEO. "A powerful auto-alert system is incorporated, including continuous monitoring of video blackburst as well as warning of frozen-image, lost video/audio and lost logo."

The new device also provides inputs and display capability for audio accompanying the video. Either two or four channel audio levels can be displayed. Under monitor display functionality is also provided, as well as display of countdown signals and GPS-sourced time signals.

Dayang will be in booth SU4209.

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