Leitch introduced its Pilot, Windows-based control software that allows easy configuration, control, monitoring and secure access to networked equipment.
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Harris introduced its MASTERplus, a high-definition master control processor module designed for multiformat operation supporting 1080i/720p/480p.
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Miranda presented the Densité, which puts 20 DA modules of any signal type installed in any combination in a 2RU frame. All modules are hot swappable.
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Mackie Designs showed its D8B digital mixer, which provides 56 inputs, 8 output channels, 100mm motorized faders and 12 aux sends.
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PESA Switching Systems introduced the Cheetah routing system, which handles SDI and HD, as well as non-standard digital signals in the same frame.
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Sony showcased its XPRI nonlinear editing system, which provides support for SD PAL, NTSC and HD1080-50i/60i/24 signals.
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Wheatstone showed the Bridge 2001, a bi-directional digital audio router providing all digital AES switching, with fiber optic or CAT-5 interlocation.
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Leitch introduced the NEWSFlash-II integrated newsroom solution Integrator 32×32 to 512×512 router systems and the Opus master control switcher.
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Mindport offered a preview of its Sentriq digital rights management system. The system provide secure content distribution over an IP broadband infrastructure.
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Tandberg presented its Data Reflex system for the 5000 multiplexer, and the E6100, a digital ENG providing COFDM modulation and MPEG compression.
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Benchmark Media Systems introduced its DAC-104, a four-channel DAC providing 24-bit, 96kHz D/A conversion.
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Miranda introduced its Aquila Altair HDTV upconverter and the NTW-HD1616 serial digital router.
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MYAT showcased its DT Star, a UHF Gysel power combiner featuring a compact footprint and greater fault tolerance.
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Pinnacle Systems showed StreamFactory X2 version of the StreamFactory Web Media Encoder. The X2 offers dual 1GHz CPUs in a rackmount.
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Pixelmetrix offered its DV Station with IP over MPEG traffic monitoring functionality.
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Quantel introduced an all-in-one production center, the Clipbox Studio. The system provides live DVE, mix/effects and keying.
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Accom showed the Abekas 6000, a server offering MPEG-2 and DVCPRO compression, and the Dveous/HD effects system.
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Tektronix showed products including the WFM700 multiformat modular waveform monitor with multiple display options and the ECO422D electronic changeover unit.
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Inscriber presented the LIVE!Clips video playout system and LIVE!RTX, a live titling solution that allows for the creation of custom information channels.
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OConnor Engineering showed its 50-200 digitalfluid head. the 50-200 is capable of counterbalancing a 200lb. camera thoughout its +/- 90-degree tilt range and can deliver live motion camera position data to a computer.
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Sony unveiled several products, including the PFM-42B1 flat panel plasma monitor and the HKC-T950 HDC telescopic optical head adapter.
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Encoda introduced its DAL Channel Manager M-Series. The operator interface provides up-to-date control and edit functions using Win2000 architecture.
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AgileVision presented the CentralCaster, compressed program distribution technology allowing networks and station groups to leverage economies of scale in digital centralcasting.
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Canon offered the DIGI SUPER 86 telephoto zoom lens, capable of zooming from 13.5mm to 1161mm, and the HJ40X10B IASD-V telephoto EFP lens.
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Thomcast introduced the Topaz TV Streamer for streaming MPEG-2 data over IP networks, the Odyssey and DCX Millennium transmitters, and the Generation II end-to-end bitcasting solution.
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Euphonix presented its multiformat mixer, the System 5-B, to mix, monitor and control for stereo, LCR, LCRS, 5.1 and 7.1 audio.
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JVC presented multiple offerings, including the DT-V1700CU 17-inch HD and multi-application DTV monitor, the BC-D2300U image upconverter, and a high-resolution D-9 camcorder, the DY-90WCL CineLine.
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Pathfire's (formerly Video Networks Inc) Digital Media Gateway enables broadcasters to access, control and interact with digital content from their desktops.
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Zandar demonstrated its HiResolution MultiViewer, a display system that controls up to 13 dual inputs and supports S-Video, YUV, SDI and VGA.
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Pinnacle displayed its PDS 9000, a production switcher with 36 primary inputs, two independent M/E systems and full-function program/preset band with dual DSKs.
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DNF offered its new 2044CL clip management system and its new ST450 Shotbox controller, featuring 20 banks of 30 buttons to allow instant access to 600 video clips.
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Utah Scientific presented the HD-2020, a master control switcher that provides two independent video channels in any combination of HD or SD signals.
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Doremi Labs unveiled its V1-MP2, an MPEG-2 VDR providing simultaneous record and playback of MPEG-2 signals using 4:2:2 compression.
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Telecast Fiber unveiled Copperhead, a camera-mounted fiber optic multiplexer that delivers signals at 30X the distance of ordinary coax or triax on cable 1/10th the weight.
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Vela introduced its MediaMachine. The DVD-RAM library system combines an MPEG-2 video server and DVD-RAM archiving appliance for encoding, storage, archiving and playback.
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Litton presented Constant Efficiency Amplifier tubes for UHF television transmitters. The tubes efficiently provide twice the power of standard IOTs.
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Harmonic showed the MV50 encoder and the DiviTrackXE multiplexer.
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The smoke editing/finishing system from Discreet, a division of Autodesk, now offers real-time, HDTV I/O with multi-master editing capabilities.
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The UT-102 crystal-controlled, frequency-agile plug-on transmitter from Telex, used with the ENG-100 portable UHF receiver, adapts standard wired dynamic microphones for wireless operation.
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Irdeto introduced the CypherCast conditional access and subscriber management solutions for digital IP.
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AgileVision showed the AGV-1000 MPEG Master Control Switcher/Server featuring seamless insertion of HD or SD program content.
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EMC Corporation showed several representatives from its product line, including the CLARiiON and Symmetrix Enterprise Storage systems, and the Celerra file server and media servers.
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ADC introduced its ENVY control system software for the ENVOY router, which provides full tieline management support.
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Videotek offered several products, including the VTM-200 multiformat on-screen monitor, the VTM-330E test and measurement system, and the multiformat SQM signal quality manager.
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DPS, a business unit of Leitch, unveiled the dpsWhiplash2 slow-motion instant replay system and version 7.6 of its dpsVelocity real-time nonlinear editing system.
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Thales Electron Devices presented a range of products including the TH 15700 solid-state driver for IOT and the TH 4057 miniature traveling wave tube.
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Fujinon spotlighted its three new prime lenses, the HAB16B-10, the 34B-10 and the 54B-10, in addition to its new zoom lens, the HA17×7.8B-10.
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Harris showed the FlexiCoder MPEG-2 encoder management system.
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Parkervision unveiled its WebSTATION for NEWS system for streaming live broadcast material and featured its 2001 line of scalable PVTV Studio NEWS systems.
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Hitachi Denshi America showed its HV-D5W 2/3-inch three-CCD, 16:9/4:3 switchable digital camera as well as two new multistandard HD cameras: the SK-3100P and the SK3300P.
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Terayon showcased the DTE-7585 Integrated Receiver, an off-air HDTV receiver.
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Magni Systems introduced the MM-410 waveform/vector monitor, the AVM-510A automated video monitor, and the SDM-560M serial digital/composite monitor.
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Mediostream offered previews of its CAMpeg Pro, a multiformat encoding solution.
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Odetics showed its AIRO Automation System, a facility management solution that controls all external devices needed for full station automation.
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Thomcast unveiled its Optimux bandwidth optimization technology for the broadcast of live transport streams with the insertion of interactive data.
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360 Systems offered its DigCart-3, a network production recorder that combines recording, playback and audio editing functions.
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Radamec showed its new uniPED mobile robotic pedestal. UniPED provides off- and on-air height adjustment to pan and tilt for quasi-fixed stationary studio camera positions.
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Panasonic introduced the AJ-D130DC, a dual-standard DVCPRO HD VTR. The AJ-HD130DC offers 46 minutes of 1920×1080 interlace scan or 1280×720 progressive scan high-definition recording at 100Mb/s.
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Sundance Digital debuted its Intelli-Sat satellite recording package. Intelli-Sat manages the process of recording programming from satellites.
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Accuweather launched Galileo, a weather forecast production system offering 32-bit animated graphics, an intuitive user interface, and graphics in animated 2D or 3D formats.
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Snell & Wilcox demonstrated its HD2524 production switcher and the Mach1 M.Sc standards converter for sports and ENG applications.
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Oxtel, recently acquired by Miranda, showed its Imagestore Interactive mixing, branding and effects system for interactive and enhanced TV.
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OmniBus Systems announced its Basic OmniBus Control System (BOCS), a transmission automation system.
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vi[z]rt expanded its line with several new products, including the Simon Seez plug-in and the vi[z]rt video engine.
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NEC showed a 61-inch XGA resolution plasma monitor, the PlasmaSync 61MP1.
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Orad launched several new products, including the DVG-10, a PC-based video-graphics workstation, and CyberGraphics, a platform-agile 3D graphics system.
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Pixel Power debuted its three-channel Clarity HD/SD GG.
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BarcoNet launched its SNMP Profile manager, an open-interface software tool for its ROSA network management system.
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SGI showed the DMediaPro family of enhanced systems, including the Z×10 VE visual workstation with DMediaPro DMI. The Kasenna MediaBase Network Edition of IRIX servers was also on display.
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Scopus (formerly Tadiran Scopus) showcased its CODICO E-1700, an SDNG encoder designed to fit into tight spaces.
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Sencore showed new products including the HDTV 8VSB player/recorder and the AT1506 8VSB RF signal analyzer.
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Sonic Desktop featured Sonicfire Pro, a soundtrack-editing program, featuring video and audio importing, editing, a professional NLE-based interface, and complete support for DV audio file formats.
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Scientific-Atlanta showed its QuickStage multichannel per carrier system, part of its PowerVu Plus product family.
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Transoft Networks offered its FibreNet SAN bundle, which are available in four tiers: Bronze, with three FibreNet seats, Silver, with five seats, Gold with ten seats, and Platinum with 20 seats.
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Media 100 introduced a lossless version of its Media100i family of digital media creation systems for Macintosh, version 7.5.
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Artesia Technologies' TEAMS 4.1 helps organizations to capture, manage and re-express rich-media assets for targeted delivery.
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Thomson/Philips showed several products, including the Trinix router and the LDK6000HD and LDK7000HD 2/3-inch portable high-definition camera systems.
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Vela introduced the Argus Spectrum to extend the capabilities of the Argus encoder by enabling operators to create real-time streams in MPEG-2, MPEG-1, Real G2 and Windows Media formats simultaneously.
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AMS Neve unveiled its new networkable Logic 3SC 5.1 audio postsystem for high-speed editing and simultaneous multiversion mixes.
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BUF Technology showed its Spot server management system for control of up to 10 server channels.
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TASCAM showcased the DM-24 digital mixing console offering 24-channel/eight-bus configuration, plus eight additional channels for returns.
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Intelligent Paradigm offered its Primatte Explorer system, which performs production and post-production matting in real time.
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Video Design Software offered its AirPlot system, a suite of applications allowing broadcasters to generate live line graphs from an external data source using the Chyron iNFiNiT!-family and Duet.
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Panasonic showed the AJ-D455 DVCPRO studio editing VTR for record and playback of both standard and mini-DV cassettes and playback of DVCAM recordings.
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Chinook unveiled spectrum enhancement technology that allows broadcasters to embed up to 6Mb/s of additional data in existing analog/digital signals without diminishing original signal quality.
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Teranex introduced its Star-up upconverter and pre-compression processor.
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Vixel introduced the 7200 Fibre Channel switch to provide high-bandwidth image transfer in SANs.
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Nucomm launched its Newscaster VT series of analog/digital ENG/OBVan transmitters.
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Panasonic showed its AJ-D410, a DVCPRO camcorder that combines high-sensitivity ½-inch 410,000 pixel IT 3CCDs with DVCPRO's digital component recording quality.
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Dolby debuted its DP579 Dolby E Tri-level Sync Interface, which generates 23.98fps or 24fps Dolby E streams.
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5D showed its star*dust film mastering and restoration system, developed as a resolution-independent module of the 5D Cyborg integrated effects editing environment.
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Rohde & Schwarz announced its EFA real-time test receiver now offers optional support for U.S. broadcasting standards. The DVQ digital video quality analyzer was also on display.
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Neutrik offered its new Ethercon series of connectors, which have been ruggedized for use in rough environments.
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Aphex introduced the Model 2020 Mk II broadcast audio processor for louder and cleaner output in FM broadcasting and Webcasting.
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Editware announced its new Fastrack VS nonlinear/hybrid NLE system.
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Anark launched the beta version of Anark Studio, which allows users to incorporate layered graphics, video, audio and data in television-quality interactive presentations for streaming.
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Horita showcased its PTR portable timecode reader, which reads SMPTE/EBU timecode at multiple frame rates and displays the time and/or user bit data on a two-line LCD display.
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Klotz Digital exhibited its new VADIS 880 digital audio/media platform for routing and distribution of audio and program-associated data.
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Lightwave Communications introduced the DVI-Fiberlynx, a display extension system allowing a keyboard and display to be located up to 1000 feet from the CPU.
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FortelDTV showed its new FS-412, a video synchronizer with independent 12-bit composite and 12-bit component processing paths.
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Gepco introduced its new V37 series of DT12 connectors, with low-profile, all-metal, universal termination design.
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Grass Valley unveiled its new Digital Media Distribution solution with real-time shared storage and the Encore facility control solution.
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Panasonic introduced the AJ-HDC27V, an HD cinema camera capable of operation at a range of frame rates, including 24fps.
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Winsted offered the VersaDesk Model E4242, an ergonomically designed wraparound workstation.
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Telestream presented the ClipRemote portable media delivery system.
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AJA Video showed its HD10A, a 10-bit A/D converter that adds an HD-SDI output to HD cameras and computers, VTRs or other analog-only HD equipment.
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Panasonic and Snell & Wilcox announced a joint development that enables DVCPRO and MPEG to be seamlessly integrated by preserving the MPEG “MOLE” data when transcoding to DVCPRO50.
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Broadcast Microwave Services unveiled the Carry-Coder, a portable module that provides wireless digital transmission of camera audio and video signals.
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Evertz offered previews of its F9-2410MD downcoverter. The system uses output from the Sony HDW-F900 HDCAM camera to provide composite analog outputs for local and remote monitoring.
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Ross Video demonstrated its CDK-111, a digital master control switcher featuring full frame-synchronization capability and infinite timing adjustment on four channels.
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WireWorks introduced its WireLux line of wire and cable, including the InstaLUX, StudiLUX, UltraLUX and Musilux cables.
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