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SDI GEAR FOR PROFESSIONALS VERSATILE • AFFORDABLE • RELIABLE Quad SDI to HDMI Multiviewer for 3G/HD/SD $995 Matrox MicroQuad lets you use an affordable HDMI display to view up to four SDI video signals and show or hide labels and VU meters. It's powerful 10-bit scaling engine and advanced filtering algorithms always ensure a crisp, artifact-free monitoring experience. The small, easy-to-use device is ideal for OB vans, on-set productions and live events. All controls are on the unit itself, no computer is required. Alternatively, use the Windows- based Matrox MicroQuad Remote application to control the unit from a distance. Dual SDI to HDMI Mini Converter for 3G/3D/HD/SD Matrox MC-100 lets broadcast engineers and A/V professionals satisfy their diverse needs when it comes to managing SDI signals. This single portable unit can be used as a HD-SDI switcher, a distribution amplifier, a multiplexer, and a 3D processing unit. You no longer need to purchase different devices to perform these tasks. Matrox MC-100 lets you do it all with one inexpensive, easy-to-use mini converter. It should be in every video professional's toolbox. HD-SDI Scan Converter with Genlock starting at $995 Matrox Convert DVI scan converters let broadcasters easily and economically incorporate content from computers, iPads, and iPhones into news programs. They are also the perfect appliances to drive projectors and large displays at live events and in houses of worship. These products are ideal for creating broadcast video from computer applications such as Skype, YouTube, Google Earth, FaceTime, media players, presentation software, and web browsers. $495 1.800.361.4903 (US and Canada), 514.822.6364 Matrox is a registered trademark. Matrox MicroQuad, Matrox MC-100 and Matrox Convert DVI are trademarks of Matrox Electronic Systems Ltd. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. NEW!

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