The new feature C2-7260 Dual Channel Video Processor proves to be a big hit at this years IBC Exhibition.
TV One again welcomed record breaking crowds at IBC 2007 held in Amsterdam last week, and as always, they didn’t hesitate to show off their superior technology by demonstrating their amazing new C2-7260 Dual Channel 17-input Video Processor.
The C2-7260 17-input (including 8x HD/SD-SDI) Dual Channel Video Processor with powerful switching and scaling capabilities coupled with the CC-300 CORIOconsole Hardware Control Panel, was a big crowd pleaser at the show. Using the CC-300 to easily control the C2-7260, TV One was able to demonstrate the amazing simplicity of Seamless Switching, Mixing, Picture-in-Picture, Chroma and Luma Keying, Logo Insertion, Up-Scaling and Down-Scaling that their technology offers. The CC-300 now also fully interfaces with Calypso Control units, enabling the user to control virtually anything from Computers to lighting as well as TV One’s own unique products.
Another big attraction was the new CORIOflex modular multi-input switcher/scaler system where users can decide on their own necessary features by choosing an appropriate switcher/scaler from TV One’s C2-1000 or C2-2000 range of products and add the necessary Input Expansion modules from TV One’s S2 range of units to create a powerful yet cost-effective multi-input switcher/scaler system to suit their own needs.
Other products that caused a stir include the new HD-SDI to DVI and DVI to HD-SDI converters also available now from the TV One-Task line-up. Designed with the broadcast market in mind, these units provide a highly reliable conversion with HD-SDI HDTV resolutions from 720p to 1080i accommodated and they can also handle Serial Digital Video up to 1.485Gbits/sec.
Steven Mattingly, General Manager of TV One, says “IBC has been a fantastic show for us this year, as it is every year. It is a great place for us to reaffirm existing relationships with our current partners and distributors and also to establish new relationships with the contacts we make at these invaluable exhibitions.”
If you missed TV One at IBC 2007, then don’t worry, you can catch them again at the up-coming ISE 2007 Exhibition show being held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands on January 29th to 31st 2008.
In the meantime, all of the TV One product line can be viewed on their website www.tvone.co.uk, alternatively you can contact their European Sales and Technical Department on +44 (0) 1843 873311 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.