Extron Introduces New ISS 506 Seamless Switcher - Sound & Video Contractor

Extron Introduces New ISS 506 Seamless Switcher

Extron Electronics introduces the ISS 506 Six Input Seamless Switcher. The ISS 506 offers truly seamless, glitch-free switching between RGB, HDTV, and standard-definition video sources, and also features advanced scaling technologies for high quality, high-resolution video presentations using the latest displays.
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Extron Introduces New ISS 506 Seamless Switcher

Jun 22, 2006 8:00 AM

Extron Electronics introduces the ISS 506 Six Input Seamless Switcher. The ISS 506 offers truly seamless, glitch-free switching between RGB, HDTV, and standard-definition video sources, and also features advanced scaling technologies for high quality, high-resolution video presentations using the latest displays. With presentation-enhancing features such as independent preview output, switching transition effects, the ability to insert logos and titles, and multiple possibilities for control, the ISS 506 is designed to deliver advanced capabilities to high-end applications such as corporate boardrooms, auditoriums, houses of worship, and other live event venues.

"The ISS 506 is designed to enhance presentations with advanced capabilities such as displaying logos and titles, or engaging professional-style switching effects," says Lee Dodson, vice president of marketing for Extron. "The ISS 506 offers great value with performance and features more commonly associated with larger, more expensive seamless switchers."

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