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Jul 1, 2006 12:00 PM, By Charissa Young

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Pace Micro Technology's Miami DC757 HD set-top box is equipped with a DSG and CableCard device for conditional access. It has extensive connectivity options, including HDMI and RF, and supports legacy, EPG, and VOD applications. Miami also supports a 1394 5C protected interface, boasts best-in-class processing speed and memory capacity, and offers comprehensive connectivity options for easy installation into even the most complex home theater systems.
▪ Pace Micro Technology


Accell's compact UltraAV HDMI 2-1 switch enables simultaneous connection between two AV sources with a thin, wireless remote. The switch is smaller than a deck of playing cards, allowing a discreet setup, and does not use an external power power source, freeing up space and an extra power outlet. Priced at $99, it maintains resolutions of up to 1080p, offering a cheap solution that delivers high performance for your AV setup needs.
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Bomar expands its Specialty Broadcast Connector series of 75Ω devices with its BNC connectors. The true 75Ω connectors are designed to optimize emerging “super HD” broadcast equipment with quick-connecting/disconnecting RF devices with a low 1.032 VSWR and return loss of -36dB at 4.5GHz. Other specifications include a voltage rating of 500V, insulation resistance of 5,000MΩ, and cable retention of 60lbs. Construction from precision-machined brass and gold-plated contacts ensure low return loss.
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