Atlona Technologies soon releases 3G HD/SD SDI to HDMI re -clockable converter.

Atlona Technologies, a solution based manufacturer of Audio Video accessories is soon to release their all new HDSDI converter allowing users to convert up to 3G SDI signal to HDMI at variable clock speeds with up to 8 channel embedded audio.

San Jose - March 13, 2009 - Atlona Technologies announces today the release of an HD/SD SDI converter designed to give broadcast professionals the ability to convert up to 3G SDI signals to an HDMI compliant format for under $1200. Atlona Technologies is targeting independent film makers and broadcast professionals with this low cost converter, hoping to bring all of the function of higher end units into a product that is affordable and simple to use. Previously, professional end products like these could cost as much as $5000, and were lacking in key features such as additional re -clocked SDI outputs. Atlona's 3G SDI converter functions as a splitter, allowing for multiple displays or recording decks. This unit also features an HDMI output that matches the clock rate of the input source, guaranteeing lossless synced signal. The AT -3GSDI -HD converter also supports up to 8 channels of audio, and is fully compatible with Dolby 7.1 and 5.1 surround sound.


The AT -3GSDI -HD converter will be officially released at the upcoming NAB Expo in April with an MSRP of $1,199

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