AVI video interfaces employ MIT's uniquely engineered network technology, providing noticeable improvements in color, brightness, contrast and three- dimensionality. MIT has again raised the performance bar…this time for video!
MIT has introduced new high -performance video interfaces that feature the new AVI reference video networks (patent pending). AVI stands for Analog Video Interface.
AVI reference video cables are part of MIT's new AC -V video installation kits, which include both a Video Z noise filter and an AVI reference video interface in S -Video, RGB or Component Video.
AVI Component Video cables: Include our latest patent pending video networks, optimized for Component Video within the two specific cables used to carry the crominance and luminance. Dramatic differences are seen -more natural colors, deeper blacks, brighter whites, plus a startling improvement in dimensionality. Cable construction includes Silver clad over solid copper conductor, precision 75 -ohm RCA connectors and triple shielding. This extra shielding rejects noise associated with RFI and EMI problems. Cable dielectric is gas -injected, guarantying a high velocity of propagation, all resulting in less picture distortion over long cable runs. The optional precision 75 -ohm BNC connector is gold plated.
AVI interfaces start at $229 for a 1 -meter S -Video cable, $399 for the 1 -meter Component Video sets, and $649.95 for the RGB version in a 1 -meter length.