10.02.2009 10:42 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Harris unveils X50 synchronizer/converter

At IBC2009, Harris introduced the X50 frame synchronizer and converter, a single-channel platform that delivers the quality and functionality of the Harris line of 1RU processors.

The X50 synchronizer/converter features up/down/crossconversion with optional 1080p 3Gb/s, eight analog and four AES inputs and outputs, and 16 channels of embedded audio processing.

Standard features include color correction, closed-captioning/teletext capabilities, control and monitoring via a built-in Web server, support for Active Format Description and two fully controllable aspect ratio converters.



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