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CRYSTAL VISION RELEASES DIGITAL AND ANALOGUE AUDIO DAS FOR ITS NEW FRAME SYSTEM Posted: 02/12/2016

Crystal Vision has released two audio distribution amplifiers for its new Vision frame system. Designed for distributing AES or Word Clock reference, the DADA-VF offers the choice of dual or single channel configuration (with four outputs per channel or eight outputs), reclocking or non-reclocking, 110 ohm or 75 ohm impedance and 32kHz to 192kHz sample rates and is the first digital audio DA from Crystal Vision to include remote control. Designed for the robust distribution of analogue audio, the AADA-VF can be configured as either a stereo amplifier or mono amplifier (with four outputs per channel or eight outputs) and includes audio silence detection, overvoltage detection and the most extensive gain adjustment Crystal Vision has ever offered.

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LOW-COST AND SPACE-SAVING SOLUTION TO MADI DISTRIBUTION FROM CRYSTAL VISION Posted: 18/05/2015

New from Crystal Vision are the MADDA105 and MADDA111 MADI distribution amplifiers, perfect for those broadcasters who require access to all their audio everywhere. Designed for applications where a large amount of audio needs to be transported as a block, they take in a MADI data stream usually containing up to 64 mono audio channels and create up to eleven copies of this data stream which can then be sent to different places. By including just the essential features for a MADI DA with their cost-effective non-reclocked outputs and simple LED and GPI signal monitoring Crystal Vision ensures MADDA105 and MADDA111 stay a truly low-cost solution to MADI distribution.

Tags: Crystal Vision | audio | distribution amplifier | MADI | MADDA105 | MADDA111 | analogue
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Cobalt Digital Plans To Keep Customers CALM and amp; In Control At NAB 2012 Posted: 19/03/2012

Urbana, IL  Cobalt Digital (www.CobaltDigital.com ), manufacturer of award-winning 3G/HD/SD-SDI conversion gear for broadcast environments, has announced plans to show new technologies at NAB 2012 that add value-laden options to the Companys loudness processing and metering offerings. Chris Shaw, Cobalts senior VP of sales and marketing, released details of LMNTS - a multi-channel loudness processing over IP solution, SPOTCHECK a monitoring and logging tool, and logging and graphing upgrades to Cobalts loudness metering system.  The innovations will be demonstrated on Cobalts booth N 1929 in the North Hall.

 

Tags: Cobalt Digital | NAB | Multi-Channel Loudness Processing over IP | MPEG | MADI Audio Distribution Amplifier | NAB 2012 | NAB 2012
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CRYSTAL VISION INTERFACE USED FOR MAJOR UK BROADCASTERS LONDON BROADCAST CENTRE REDEVELOPMENT Posted: 22/02/2011
Systems integrator Dega Broadcast Systems is in the process of installing a hundred Crystal Vision Indigo 2 frames as part of its on-going project to provide the central technical areas and infrastructure for the redevelopment of BBC Broadcasting House in London.
Tags: Crystal Vision | BBC | BBC Broadcasting House | West 1 | Dega Broadcast Systems | synchroniser | fibre optic receiver | embedder | de-embedder | analogue video distribution amplifier | digital video distribution amplifier | analogue audio distribution amplifier | SNMP
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