11.01.2004 11:28 AM
E-N-G Taps JVC For New HD Van
Wayne, NJ--E-N-G MOBILE SYSTEMS has selected JVC's DM-JV600U and DM-D4600U MPEG-2 encoder and decoder to be part of its first high definition (HD) electronic newsgathering (ENG) Live-TV News Van, currently touring the country.
The Concord, CA-based E-N-G Mobile Systems, designers and manufacturers of vehicle-based systems for the broadcast industry, will be demonstrating the news van at upcoming regional Society of Broadcast Engineers (SBE) shows as well as several smaller venues across the country. The E-N-G News Van will showcase the JVC DM-JV600U encoder and DM-D4600U decoder working with BMS' TruckCoder II (TCII) COFDM transmitter and integrated receiver decoder (IRD).
"E-N-G built an HD ENG news van with all the latest high technology in it that will be the envy of every broadcast news operation in the country," said Lawrence Librach, assistant vice president, business development broadcast & entertainment, for JVC PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTS COMPANY. "JVC is pleased that the DM-JV600U and D4600U are part of such as sophisticated solution and in the same company as industry leading products from Marshall, Apple and BMS."
E-N-G MOBILE SYSTEMS
www.e-n-g.com
JVC Professional Products
www.jvc.com/pro



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