Crystal Vision in the frame10 January 2017
Crystal Vision will showcase its new Vision frame system at BVE 2017.
Designed to work with higher bandwidth signals such as IP and 4K (as well as SDI), the Vision 3 frame offers high packing density of up to 20 cards, numerous outputs and dual syncs distributed from the frame.
The company will also be demonstrating Synner-VF, which combines a video synchroniser, tracking audio delay and embedder/de-embedder to simplify system designs and save engineers money and rack space, according to the company.
Also on show will be the FTX-VF, a dual channel 3G/HD/SD to fibre transmitter (allowing up to 40 channels in a frame), which, according to the company, can be used with single-mode or multi-mode fibre and meets the SMPTE 297-2006 short-haul specification.
In addition, four distribution amplifiers from the Vision range will be on the Crystal Vision stand; for the distribution of digital video (3GDA-VF); analogue video (the VDA-VF); digital audio (the DADA-VF) and analogue audio (the AADA-VF).
Finally, Crystal Vision will be showing products from the Indigo system – which offers a choice of three frame sizes and 75 interface and keying products, including the company’s chroma keyers, logo keyers and video delays.