Marshall Electronics proudly presents theMD series of rack mount monitors that offer a flexible modularsolution to system integration. These rack-mountable monitors can beconfigured with a variety of video inputs that can be "swapped" orinterchanged in the field based on your evolving needs andrequirements. This eliminates the need to upgrade or replace equipmentwhen a different input or application is required. This "future proof"solution provides flexibility and reassurance when necessary,especially in multi-monitor rack mount units.
These fully-featured monitors come in a variety of sizes andconfigurations. All models include Status Display, False Color Filter,IMD (In-Monitor Display), Markers, Freeze Function, Color TemperaturePresets, RGB Gain / Bias Adjust, Pixel-to-Pixel, Blue Gun, Hard Tally,and more. A variety of modules will become available including theavailability of 3G-SDI with loop-through, Fiber-Optic input/outputmodules, and more.
These MD monitors are the WORLD'S FIRST HD MONITORS WITH DIRECT FIBEROPTIC VIDEO INPUTS. Marshall's MD monitors integrate Telecast FiberSystem's TeleCubeTM Fiber-Optic HD-SDI transmissioninput/output modules. These fiber modules deliver the industry'sbroadest range of digital rates while maintaining pristine signalquality that broadcasters and integrators demand.
With broadcast production facilities looking to the future with 3Gb/sSDI integration, Marshall fills the void with fully-featured, high-endmonitors with full 3G-SDI support. For distances beyond 150 meters,fiber-optic signaling may be required. To fulfil this need, Marshalllooked to Telecast Fiber Systems, the company that developedfiber-optic video technology for television broadcast production.Telecast's comprehensive systems are used worldwide.
These monitors received TV Technology's STAR (SuperiorTechnology Award Recipient) at IBC 2009 in Amsterdam. These awards aredesigned to celebrate and showcase the preeminent technologicalinnovations available to the media industry. A panel of judgesconsisting of TV Technology editors and columnists reviewed a varietyof products and services, examined the technical applications and theiroverall contribution to the industry, and then submitted their awardnominees.