03.06.2007 08:00 AM
Miranda offers new Kaleido-X multiview processor

The new Miranda Technologies Kaleido-X multiview processor can display any of its 96 HD/SD/analog inputs, any number of times, at different resolutions and sizes up to full screen, on eight high resolution displays without blocking or grouping restrictions.

All the multi-image outputs can be grouped to create large, highly integrated monitoring systems. Alternatively, the displays can be controlled independently for multiroom environments, using one or more remote control panels.

Fast manual control of the processor is provided via remote panel or mouse button. Layout configurations can be changed instantly, and users can dynamically zoom in on one source for quality control, or audio monitoring of an on-screen source.

The processor also offers monitoring of up to 2304 channels of audio, including embedded, discrete AES or discrete analog.

For more information, visit www.miranda.com.

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