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EVS XT2 HD/SD 6 CHANNELS

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Location: France
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Date Expires: 06/05/2018
Item ID: 197164
 

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EVS XT2 HD/SD 6 CHANNELS

  • Gigabit Ethernet Board fitted
  • 5 x 300Gb HDD
  • Double Power Supply
  • Supplied with Remote and cable
  • HD/SD
  • Open Config with Advanced Playlist
  • SDTI Advanced
  • Super Motion
  • AES and Embedded Audio
  • Many others licenses installed on request

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