07.31.2005 08:00 AM
South Korea’s MBC network selects Videotek for HD

The Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) of Seoul, South Korea, has purchased 23 Videotek TVM-950HD multi-format, HD SDI monitors from Leitch Technology.

MBC will use the TVM-950s for HD video and advanced audio signal analysis at MBC Seoul and nine of its affiliate stations, covering every major metropolitan area in South Korea.

With 100 percent digital signal processing technology, The TVM-950HD provides accurate, stable display of single or multiple waveform, vector, gamut, audio, picture, timing and data analyzer functions in quadrant or full-screen views. The TVM has illuminated front panel controls and an ultra-quiet cooling system, with a modular platform design for field upgrades.

Options include HD/SD Eye Pattern, additional HD/SD-SDI, SD-SDI or analog composite inputs, eight channels of analog, AES/EBU plus embedded audio processing, with CineSound Surround display, Dolby Digital and Dolby E decoding. Most of MBC’s 23 units include the Dolby option.

For more information, visit www.videotek.com.

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