video products

Universal Player The DV-SP800 decodes SACD discs, DVD-Audio discs, and MP3 CDs in addition to conventional DVDs and CDs. It has
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Feb 1, 2003 12:00 PM

Universal Player


The DV-SP800 decodes SACD discs, DVD-Audio discs, and MP3 CDs in addition to conventional DVDs and CDs. It has earned THX-Ultra certification. As a home-theater source component, the DVD-SP800 employs Analog Devices' NSV Precision Video 108 MHz, 12-bit video D/A converters. Its progressive scan component video outputs take advantage of HDTV monitor capabilities, and 3:2 pull-down circuitry removes video artifacts that can result from converting images shot on film to video displays.
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Prompting System

Line by Line Teleprompting

The Personal Prompter sits on the podium the speaker is using. The Personal Prompter uses a 5.6-inch reversible LCD platform for maximum readability with minimal visual impact. The Personal Prompter can be used in a single- or double-monitor configuration, depending on the size of the podium. Because the color monitors are reversible, you can prompt full text, PowerPoint, or any other program you can run on your computer.
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LCD Monitor

AG Neovo

The S Series features a NeoV Crystal Optic Filter, a specially formulated, hardened optical glass that is built on top of the internal LCD panel. The NeoV Crystal Optic Filter produces vibrant color, crisp text, and clear image definition while also protecting the LCD panel from damage. The S-17 has been upgraded to a contrast ratio of 500:1, and the S-18 boasts a contrast ratio of 550:1. The S Series is available in 15-, 17-, 18-, or 19-inch TFT active-matrix screens at 1,024-by-768 or 1,280-by-1,024 resolutions and comes with foldable, small footprint stands.
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The iQ Praxis G300 is a versatile LCD projector with XGA resolution (3,500 ANSI lumens). Choose the advanced picture-in-picture option if you need to display three sources simultaneously on one screen. To increase the momentum and flow of presentations, add the integrated seamless source switcher. This feature allows the user to switch sources on the fly, with professional-quality transition effects such as fade in/out.
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DVD Player

Marantz Professional

The DV7110P is rackmountable and features RS-232 bidirectional control. Features include a custom rack kit and faceplate as standard equipment. The unit is compatible with DVD-R and DVD-RW standards.
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The PowerLite 735c is a 4.4-pound multimedia projector with 2,000 ANSI lumens that requires neither a video cable nor a PC to deliver visual presentations. The 3-LCD projector incorporates 802.11b technology and is WiFi-certified. It offers extreme portability and the power to project on as many as four projectors simultaneously through a network or one standalone PC. Using the projector's Ad Hoc mode, you can transmit PowerPoint presentation data from a PC (using a wireless LAN card) directly to the projector with virtually no signal delays, including high-speed, animated slide transitions.
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The TLP-S30U and TLP-T50MU boast 1,400 ANSI lumens; 400:1 contrast ratio; SVGA (800-by-600) and XGA (1,024-by-768) resolution, respectively; and automatic keystone correction. The TLP-S30U and TLP-T50MU projectors include a monitor output connector to enhance presentations in any setting and allow connectivity to a monitor in addition to the projection on the screen. The five-pound projectors have plug-and-project functionality.
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The PT-L780NTU and PT-L750U portable, high-brightness XGA LCD projectors weigh 12 pounds each. The projectors incorporate three newly developed 0.99-inch TFT Active Matrix Polysilicon LCD panels to deliver images, text, and graphics for computer and video applications in classrooms, lecture halls, corporate meeting rooms, auditoriums, church halls, and retail venues. The PT-L780NTU and PT-L750NT are high brightness (3,000 and 2,500 lumens, respectively) and display colors and images in true 1,024-by-768 XGA/maximum UXGA resolution. For greater connection flexibility, the projectors feature two RGB inputs, one of which doubles as a monitor loop-through output, as well as three video inputs.
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InFocus Corp.

The Proxima DP6870 is an entry-level installation projector for conference rooms, classrooms, and training and community facilities. An upgrade of the DP6860, the DP6870 is an LCD projector featuring native XGA (1,024-by-768) resolution and offering greater flexibility. At 3,500 lumens, the DP6870 is 30 percent brighter than the DP6860 with a higher 500:1 contrast ratio.
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The ImagePro 8757 offers an intuitive set of controls and menus as well as color-coded cables and connectors. The ImagePro 8757 is a full-featured DLP projector for larger conference rooms or classrooms where you want to keep the lights on. It can be ceilingmounted or used in portable applications. Features of the ImagePro 8757 include 2,500-lumen brightness; sharp XGA resolution, with resizing to SXGA; Ethernet connections for full projector control and management from a PC over your existing network; and a full-function remote that has mouse and cursor control and a laser pointer.
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Projector Networking System


The Projector Director is a wireless projector networking system. It allows you to control content delivery and projector functions from anywhere in the room using a wireless-enabled computer or PDA. Features include out-of-the-box integration into an existing Windows-based network while allowing full content control, asset management, and security; compatibility with third-party projectors; and the ability to conduct a full-featured, wireless presentation using sound, animation, and real-time playback of PowerPoint or other Microsoft Office files. Many projectors that are RS-232 enabled can be used with the Projector Director. The Projector Director allows all files to be stored and drawn from one centralized location, eliminating the need for a computer for each projector.
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LCD Monitor


The NEC LCD3000 bridges the gap between flat panels designed for the desktop and those intended for large presentation venues. The 30-inch (29.5 viewable image size) NEC LCD3000 provides images for a range of applications, including conference rooms, airports, public-information kiosks, retail signage, financial exchange, and trade-show exhibits. With a high resolution of 1,280 by 768 and a wide aspect ratio, the NEC LCD3000 renders text, images, and video for clear viewing of applications such as presentations, charts, advertisements, and pricing. The LCD monitor enables viewers to distinguish images by delivering gray scale and colors at a brightness of 450 cd/m2 and a contrast ratio of 350:1.
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Video Scan Converters

RGB Spectrum

The RGB/Videolink models 1690-1U and 1690D1-1U are available in a single-rack-space configuration. In addition, a second RS-232 port is offered as an option for when several audiovisual units are to be controlled from a single device. The RGB/Videolink 1690 accepts interlaced or noninterlaced RGB inputs from any workstation or desktop computer and synchronizes to signals with screen resolutions up to 1,600 by 1,280 pixels. The RGB/Videolink 1690 measures the input signal and sets up the parameters for a sharp picture, correct aspect ratio, and size of the output image.
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Moxa Technologies Company

The NPort Express DE-311 is an RS-232/LAN device server that gives you instant, seamless connectivity to TCP/IP networks through Sharp projectors. This solution allows you to connect Sharp projectors to a network through an RS-232 port, allowing you to remotely monitor and control the equipment from a central location. The NPort Express is about the size of a bar of soap, with an RJ45 port on one end and a female DB9 port on the other. The NPort Express automatically adjusts to 10Base-T or 100 Base-T.
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Plasma Monitor


The company's latest 50-inch Plasmavision SlimScreen monitor is the high-definition P50XHA10. The redesigned, wide-screen (16:9) P50XHA10 features increased brightness and greater connectivity, including a built-in stereo amplifier and a DVI-D digital input with HDCP to facilitate its use in home-theater and multimedia environments. The P50XHA10 incorporates advanced video technologies, including the company's proprietary AVM digital video processor, and delivers 600 cd/m2 brightness, along with a 3,000:1 contrast ratio.
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LCD Mount

Chief Manufacturing

The FPM pitch-adjustable wallmount provides rigid pitch adjustment (5 degrees up, 18 degrees down) to help achieve display viewing angle. The FPM allows pitch to be set for stable touch-screen use and maintains a low-profile depth of 1½ inches. Installation benefits include portrait or landscape mounting, single-stud wall or drywall installation options, and one inch of vertical or lateral shift. The mount incorporates the company's new Q2 mounting system for easy installation, stable mounting, and optional security.
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Digital Video Surveillance/Recording Systems

SigMax Security

The Sig-430, Sig-860, Sig-1290, and Sig-16120 constitute a series of PC-based multichannel digital video surveillance and recording systems that operate like a VCR, with plug-and-play onscreen buttons. The systems are targeted toward medium to small commercial and residential users. The systems are NTSC or PAL compatible. They allow multiple camera switching methods for 4, 8, 12, or 16 camera DVS systems, respectively, as well as simultaneous viewing, searching, and recording.
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