01.17.2006 10:35 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
For-A color correction system gains traction in New York

The For-A DCC-70HS color correction system is ideal for facilities that use both HD and SD signals and is fully upgradeable.
For-A Corporation of America's DCC-70HS multi-format, multi-standard (HD/SD) color correction system and DCC-700 serial digital color correction system are now in use at several East Coast-area broadcasters.

ESPN, based in Bristol, CT, recently received 12 DCC-70HS color correctors and 12 DCC-OU remote control units for the DCC-70HS. ABC Network in New York installed five DCC-70HS color correction systems and two DCC-OU remote control units. The NBC Network in New York chose four DCC-70HS. Disney’s Times Square Studios recently purchased 12 DCC-70HS color correction systems for its new HD studio in New York City. Additionally, MSNBC, based in Secaucus, NJ, purchased two DCC-700 serial digital color correctors.

The DCC-70HS is the latest addition to For-A’s color corrector family. It’s ideal for facilities that use both HD and SD signals and is fully upgradeable.

The DCC-700 is a digital I/O system, providing balanced, differential, or sepia color enhancement of all types of video signals. It offers 32-bit, 4:4:4 component processing for balanced, differential or sepia color correction.

For more information, visit www.for-a.com.

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