Extron Announces the VNR 100 VN-Matrix Single Channel Recorder

Digitally records and plays back high-definition computer graphics, video, audio, and data.

Anaheim, California (February 07, 2013) - Extron Electronics is pleased to introduce the VNR 100, a single channel recorder that digitally records and plays back high-definition computer graphics, video, audio, and data streamed in VN-Matrix® systems. It can simultaneously record and play back streaming content. This provides flexibility for recording and playback workflows and can help increase the duty cycle of expensive source and presentation equipment. The VNR 100 presents a scalable solution that can be deployed in single source or multi-source applications.


"Recognizing that recording is an integral part of many streaming applications, we've created the VNR 100 as a scalable solution with advanced capabilities designed to support AV streaming requirements," says Casey Hall, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Extron. "The VNR 100 can record and playback at the same time, accommodating a variety of streaming and recording applications."

Pre-recorded content can be streamed while an independent source is recorded in time-slip applications, and chase-play capabilities allow time-shifted delays to be introduced into a live stream. Additionally, multiple VNR 100 units can be configured to accommodate recording and playback of AV content presented on multi-screen display systems. As a part of Extron's line of VN-Matrix streaming solutions, the VNR 100 is ideally suited for AV streaming and recording applications with the most demanding quality and performance requirements. Common applications for the VNR 100 include Command and Control, Training and Simulation, or multi-site House of Worship and staged entertainment events.

Visit our Web site at www.extron.com for more information.

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