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Analog Way becomes an alpha

Analog Way becomes an alpha

Analog Way becomes an alpha

The Aquilon RS alpha includes eight HDMI 2.0 inputs and four HDMI 2.0 outputs

Analog Way has added a new product to its LivePremier series of 4K and 8K live presentation systems and videowall processors. The Aquilon RS alpha offers the same core features as the rest of the products in the range and includes eight HDMI 2.0 inputs, four HDMI 2.0 outputs configurable as single screens, edge-blended widescreens or scaled auxiliary outputs, two dedicated 4K Multiviewer outputs and up to four 4K or eight HD freely assignable mixing layers in a 4U chassis. Its modular design allows users to swap I/O cards to accommodate a variety of connectivity arrangements to match the source and display requirements.

Alongside other products in the LivePremier range, Aquilon RS alpha combines industrial-grade reliability, real-time 10- or 12-bit 4:4:4 video processing power compliant with HDR and pure 4K60p on each input and output with ultra-low latency. With native Dante audio routing capability, up to 64 channels of audio can be embedded or de-embedded over a Dante network.

The system is controlled by an HTML5-based user interface that reportedly simplifies configuration and operation through a range of features such as live programme and preview workspaces, multi-operator collaboration, keyword search and multi-language support.

The LivePremier range also includes five high-performance, pre-configured products (Aquilon RS alpha, RS1, RS2, RS3 and RS4) as well as customisable models (Aquilon C and C+) that can be adapted for any project or event. In its largest configuration, Aquilon offers up to 24 inputs, 20 outputs and up to 24 4K layers.



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