04.12.2004 12:00 PM
Quartz announces new products for NAB

Quartz will unveil a new high performance multi-format router at NAB2004.



The Xenon supports SD and HD video, analog and digital audio, and accepts optional plug-in signal processing technology modules.

The Xenon is available in 4U (up to 64x64 total inputs and outputs per frame) and 8U (up to 128x128 total inputs and outputs per frame) sizes.

The router is designed from the ground up to incorporate signal processing technology. It supports SD and HD video, analog and digital audio, and accepts optional plug-in signal processing technology modules. A range of SPT modules is in development with branding, master control and audio processing modules first to be released.

At NAB2004, the company will also show new models and features of its master control range grows and its Topaz range of compact routers.

For more information visit www.quartzus.com.

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