04.08.2008 12:00 AM
Marshall to Introduce New LCD Monitors at NAB
Marshall will introduce a number of new rack mountable and standalone LCD monitors at next week’s NAB Show.

Marshall’s new In-Monitor Display series offers a variety of sizes, specifically the fully featured triple 6.5-inch V-R653-IMD-TE, dual 10.4-inch V-R1042-IMD-TE4U, and 20-inch V-R201-IMD-TE Truck Edition LCD monitors. These new units are targeted specifically for mobile trucks and multirack environments.

Marshall continues to expand its HDSDI product category with two new products that include the triple 6.5-inch V-R653P-2HDSDI with dual HDSDI inputs and 17-inch V-R171-IMD-HDSDI standalone monitor.

Marshall’s SunBright category expands with the new single 8.4-inch V-LCD84SB-AFHD monitor. SunBright technology minimizes surface reflection of outdoor and indoor light, while providing wider color reproduction and higher contrast. The new 8.4-inch anti-reflective field monitor ships with a number of features, along with a variety of inputs.

Other new models include the 9-inch V-R901DP-AFHD and dual 9-inch V-R902DP-AFHD, along with the 26-inch V-R261P-AFHD and 32-inch V-R321P-AFHD models. Marshall will also present a number of audio products, including digital rackmount audio monitors, the industry’s first 24-bit USB microphone, and a number of shotgun and boundary microphones from Marshall’s Pro-Audio/Multimedia divisions.

Marshall will be at Booth SU1926.

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