10.28.2009 11:02 AM
Apantac previews 3G multiviewers at IBC

Apantac previewed a new series of 3G multiviewers with built-in routers at IBC2009. All models have 16 auto-detect HD/SD-SDI inputs. By using the built-in router, each of the 16 inputs can be routed to display on any of the multiviewer outputs.

The Tahoma multiviewer is available in three versions, with four, eight or 12 outputs. Plans for additional Tahoma-LX models with more outputs are already underway.

The Tahoma-LX Series auto-detects HD/SD-SDI inputs and offers flexible outputs that are user-selectable at resolutions up to 2048 x 1080, including 1080p. Each module supports up to 30 presets for straightforward display layout, which can be recalled via GPI, front-panel buttons or ASCII protocol.

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