Analog Way Launches Six New Switchers
Analog Way has announced the release of six new high-resolution mixers and switchers featuring multiple scalers. All six new products are-HDCP compliant and offer universal analog and digital I/Os and full high-resolution digital processing.
Analog Way has announced the release of six new high-resolution mixers and switchers featuring multiple scalers. According to the company, the switchers offer a range of AV presentation mixers that meeting the requirements of almost any project.
All six new products are-HDCP compliant and offer universal analog and digital I/Os and full high-resolution digital processing. They also output digital and analog signals in DVI and VGA (RGBHV) signals simultaneously, with a selection of formats up to computer 2K. All use 10-bit SD/HD auto adaptive pixel-by-pixel 3D motion compensation processing, de-interlacing, auto 3:2, and 2:2 reverse pull-down circuitry, processing, and frame follower.
"The demand for AV presentation mixers is important but also much diversified," said Franck Facon, worldwide marketing and communication director for Analog Way, in a statement. "With our new comprehensive range of seamless switchers, we are now offering smart and reliable solutions matching the requirements of rental companies, systems integrators, and end-users."
The Opus multilayer high-resolution mixer seamless switcher has three scalers and 12 direct inputs (two fitted with DVI and two with SD/HD-SDI). Suited for rental and staging and high-end installations, the Opus's multilayer ixer mode allows the display of up to six layers: three live sources, one frame, and two logos. There is also a 12x12 native matrix mode with what the company refers to as true seamless switching.
Other features include eight full frames and eight logo memories, up to two PIPs on a live background, integrated audio stereo switcher with SDI audio de-embedder, and effects such as smooth move, fade, cut, wipe, and slide. Similarly, the new Opus LE offers 11 direct inputs, multilayer mixer mode, seven frames and seven logos, integrated audio stereo switcher with SDI de-embedder, and fade, cut, wipe, and slide effects.
Four of the new switchers have two scalers and are suggested for large-screen projections, conference rooms, houses of worship, boardrooms, and classrooms. The Pulse offers 10 direct inputs, a mixer mode that allows up to two live sources, two live PIPs on a still background, six full frames and six logo memories, the integrated audio stereo switcher with SDI de-embedder, and four effects. The Pulse LE has the same number of direct inputs, but with one live PIP on a live background, no full frames or logo memories, and three effects: fade, cut and transparency.
The SmartVu switcher has seven direct inputs, including one with DVI and two with SD/HD-SDI. It also includes the mixer mode that allows display of up to two live sources, one live PIP on a live background, the integrated audio switcher with SDI de-embedder, and four effects. The SmartVu LE offers five direct inputs (one fitted with DVI), a mixer mode, integrated audio stereo switcher, and fade and cut effects.