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.