SD/HD -SDI to DVI Conversion is Simple with the 1T -C2 -511 from TV One

The new addition to the TV One-Task™ line up is being demonstrated at IBC 2007.

Designed for broadcast and professional use, the new 1T -C2 -511 SD/HD -SDI to DVI -I Converter provides a highly reliable conversion of HD -SDI signals to DVI -I, both digital and analog with reclocking and equalization of the input. HD -SDI HDTV resolutions from 720p to 1080i 60Hz are accommodated along with 525i or 625i SD -SDI signals, converting them to 480p and 576p respectively. The Embedded Stereo Audio can be extracted from the SD -SDI or HD -SDI input and any one of the eight available stereo channels may be selected and output in analog and AES3 -id digital formats.


This compact and high -performance converter can handle Serial Digital Video Input up to 1.485Gbits/sec. The DVI HD output resolution matches the HD -SDI input. Housed in a Desktop metal case with the option of a Single/Dual Rackmount Kit, this easy to use product can be operated from the front panel or an RS -232 connection and an On Screen Display makes operation fast and simple.

The new 1T -C2 -511 along with many other exciting products from TV One, will be on demonstration and display at the IBC 2007 Exhibition being held in Amsterdam between 7th and 11th September, so come along to our Stand 3.437 and see it in action.

Details of this exhibition and how to register for free can be found on the TV One website www.tvone.co.uk.

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