10.10.2008 10:57 AM
360 Systems to show HD-MAXX servers at HD World Expo

360 Systems will show its new family of HD-MAXX video servers, which are designed for broadcast and pro A/V applications, for the first time at the HD World Expo in New York City, Oct. 15-16.

The company will show its MAXX-2400HD and MAXX-1200HD. Key features of the MAXX-2400HD include two video inputs, four outputs, 32 audio channels and 12TB of internal storage. MAXX-24HD comes with a package of production tools, including trimming, slow-motion, playlist creation and management and remote workstation software.

The MAXX-1200HD provides a single input, three outputs, 24 audio channels, more than 70 hours of program storage and features the same production capabilities as the MAXX-2400HD. The ability to simultaneously record, trim and play a live feed — even in slow motion — make the MAXX-1200HD appropriate for sports and live events broadcasting.

For more information, visit www.360systems.com.

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