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04.28.2005
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Maxell shows HDTV line of cassettes


Maxell's DVCPRO HD videocassettes are designed to meet the harsh demands of the HD television environment.
The Professional Media Product Division of Maxell showed its HDTV family of videocassettes, including the DVCPRO-HD, HDCAM and D-5 lines, at NAB2005.

By adopting Ceramic Armor Metal particles and implementing a durable binder system, Maxell has improved the intensity of the 6.35mm HD tape’s magnetic layer.

The videocassette’s calendaring technology process, which results in high levels of output, low noise and low error rate levels, ensures the highest quality preservation for both image and sound.

DVCPRO-HD videocassettes have a compact cassette shell for greater mobility, and exhibit coercivity of 2350 Oe and retentivity of 3800 BR. Cassettes are available in 33-, 64- and 126-minute lengths.

For more information, visit www.maxell.com.

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