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TV One Upgraded C2-2000A Series
Source: PRO AV News Service
Publication date: September 17, 2008
By Pro AV Staff
TV One added HD-SDI to five of the 10 units in its newly upgraded C2-2000A series. These devices now include HD-SDI with DVI resolutions of 1900x1200 or 1080p/60. All 10 in the series feature two universal switcher/scalers, four switcher/scalers, and four down converters. They are now available for shipment.
Company officials said the C2-2000A series' focus is on ease of use while providing features found in higher-end devices. Such features include automatic incoming resolution detection and support of multiple worldwide television standards. Each unit can handle a maximum input PC resolution of 2048x2048 and all HDTV resolutions up to 1080p. Variable zoom can reach 10x, while variable shrink reduces down to 10 percent.
The up converters include motion compensation and a 3:2 pull-down to improve NTSC image quality from film sources. The 4:4:4 sampling provides full bandwidth chroma for accurate replication of high resolution colors and precise chromakeying.
The C2-2355A universal converter's inputs consist of SD/HD-SDI, DVI-D, analog RGB/YPbPr via HD-15, YUV/YPbPr via 3-BNC, Composite video via BNC, and YC (S-Video). Simultaneous outputs come in SD/HD-SDI, DVI-I, and analog RGB/YUV/YPbPr via HD-15, Composite video, and YC. All inputs are scalable to and from practically any PC, SD, and HD resolution. Other features include proc amp, genlock, zoom, shrink, and aspect ratio conversion.
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