03.23.2006 02:48 PM
ISIS Group and Graham-Patten at NAB2006
New product introductions and free equipment make booth SU141 a worthwhile destination for visitors to NAB2006 in Las Vegas this April.

"We've seen significant interest in our new product offerings. We're also finding that the OpenStore archival system is making excellent inroads into various new markets," said Len Dole, President of The ISIS Group, Inc. and Graham-Patten Systems.

The ISIS Group continues to build a reputation for providing dependable, rugged, and compact products at great prices with both the ISIS video/audio signal management and Graham-Patten audio lines. This year, ISIS introduces a Graphical User Interface (GUI) for the INNOVATION routing switchers, new 8x4, 8x8, and 16x16 HD routers, and an analog critical path changeover switcher featuring power-off relay signal. Also making their debut are eight models of the popular MiniBlox "solutions in the palm of your hand," and several product upgrades: a joystick override for the INNOVATION 16x1 switcher control panel and a new analog video card for the unique S-8400 multi-function switcher (used for ENG/SNG and flyaway applications).

The Graham-Patten SoundPals line expands with an AES Audio Delay unit offering 99.99 frames of user selectable delay, and four flavors of audio de-embedders: HD, SDI, AES-HD and AES-SDI—all with analog headphone capability.

Full product lines from ISIS and Graham-Patten will be on display, including INNOVATION analog/SDI, HD, and RGBHV routing switchers, changeover and protection switchers, the OpenStore archival system, MiniBlox video/audio conversion and distribution solutions, Emmy award-winning D/ESAM digital audio mixers, and SoundPals compact digital audio format conversion, signal processing, distribution, and test modules. ISIS Group will hold a drawing for two prizes, giving away an INNOVATION 16x1 Routing Switcher and a Graham-Patten SoundPals DTG-1 Digital Audio Test Generator at the end of the show.

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