COBALT DIGITAL FEATURED NEW LINE OF UP/DOWN CONVERTERS FOR OPENGEAR™ PLATFORM AT HD WORLD 2009 - Sound & Video Contractor

COBALT DIGITAL FEATURED NEW LINE OF UP/DOWN CONVERTERS FOR OPENGEAR™ PLATFORM AT HD WORLD 2009

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NEW YORK, NY, OCTOBER 19, 2009 – Cobalt Digital, an award-winning designer and manufacturer of signal processing gear for the broadcast industry, featured its new line of up/down and cross converters of all varieties for the openGear platform at HD World 2009. Each converter is equipped with robust feature sets, designed for the most challenging applications.

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New cards that were demonstrated at the show included:

9822 Downconverter with HD/SD-SDI Input, Embedded Audio, Frame Sync, Timecode and Closed Caption Support

9064 Up/Down/Cross Converter with HD/SD-SDI Input, RGB Color Corrector, Frame Sync

9067 Upconverter with SD-SDI Input, Embedded Audio, Frame Sync, Timecode and Closed Caption Support

9068 Upconverter with SD-SDI Input, Timecode and Closed Caption Support

“Our expanded line of format converters is another example of Cobalt working closely with end-users to develop product options that can help eliminate the headaches associated with running a high-tech station on a budget,”? says Chris Shaw, Cobalt Digital VP of sales & marketing.

About Cobalt Digital

Founded in 1997 and headquartered in Urbana, IL, Cobalt Digital Inc. designs and manufactures signal processing gear for the broadcast television environment. Distributed through a worldwide network of dealers, system integrators, and other partnerships, Cobalt products are backed with a 5-year warranty. For more information, please refer to Cobalt’s web site at

www.cobaltdigital.com

, or call +1 217-344-1243.

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