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RGB Spectrum Adds to HD Videowall Repertoire

RGB Spectrum recently announced several new products that support the company's array of video and videowall products, including an image processor, MediaWall models with HDCP support, and an HD-SDI input module.

RGB Spectrum recently announced several new products that support the company's array of video and videowall products, including an image processor, MediaWall models with HDCP support, and an HD-SDI input module.

The new QuadView HDx image processor accepts high-resolution DVI, RGB, and HD, and optionally accepts S-video, Component, and NTSC/PAL Composite video signals. Any four signals can be displayed simultaneously. The processor supports real-time, dynamic movement and resizing of windows, and each input can be scaled, panned, zoomed, and positioned anywhere on the screen, including in quad-split, side-by-side, picture-in-picture, and overlapping-windows configurations.

Company officials say the QuadView HDx model also supports an optional video switcher that accepts up to 16 video inputs, user-configurable as 16 Composite, eight S-video, or five Component video inputs, in any combination. The QuadView HDx displays in output resolutions of up to 1920x1280, 2048x1152, and 2048x1080p. Optional KVM capability provides control of practically any computer or network controllable device displayed.

RGB Spectrum's MediaWall 4200, MediaWall 4500, and SuperView 5000 display-wall processors and multiviewers are now available with HDCP support, says RGB Spectrum, which expands their deployment potential through the support of source and display options that require HDCP. According to the company, these are some of the first videowall display processors to present HDCP-protected content on a multiscreen array.

And the company has further expanded the capabilities of its videowalls, including the MediaWall 4500, 4200, and SuperView 5000 products, by introducing an HD-SDI Input Module. The module offers an additional input source interface, expanding display capabilities for broadcast sources and serial digital graphic networks. The dual-input module complies with the SMPTE 292 interface standard and currently supports a maximum clock rate of up to 1.5 Gbps. It also addresses a variety of serial digital sources via standard YPbPr, 4:2:2 color space, and 8-bit per component sampling. Additionally, automatic cable equalization enables a maximum cable length of 656 feet.

The HD-SDI Input Module will be available with native support for 1280x720p/60 and 59.94 Hz; 1920x1080i/50 and 59.94 Hz; 1920x1080psf/24 Hz; and 1920x1080p/23.98, 24, and 25 Hz.



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