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Blackmagic Design Mini Converter Heavy Duty SDI to Analog 4K (CONVMH/DUTYASA4K)



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The Blackmagic Design SDI to Analog 4K Heavy Duty Mini Converter allows you to convert Single Link SD/HD/3G/6G-SDI to analog SD/HD component, composite, or S-Video. The down-converter lets you to connect professional SDI equipment with output resolutions up to Ultra HD 4K (3840 x 2160) and DCI 4K (4096 x 2160) with SD and HD analog video monitors and other equipment. This heavy duty model is machined from a solid block of aircraft grade aluminum so it's durable enough for the most demanding live productions and outside broadcast environments. With a compact form factor and easy-to-use controls, the Mini Converter Heavy Duty is ideal for a variety of broadcast, post production and professional AV applications. Using 6G-SDI technology, the Mini Converter Heavy Duty supports resolutions up to UHD 4K at up to 30 fps and DCI 4K at 24 fps. It also supports Single Link SD, HD and 3G-SDI signals and automatically detects the input video format. A redundant SDI input is provided as an optional back up and an SDI loop-through output is available for sending the SDI signal to an additional device. Up to 16 channels of de-embedded SDI input audio can be output as AES/EBU digital audio or balanced analog audio output via 1/4" output jacks. Settings are controlled using the built-in DIP switches or via USB using the included software for Max OS X or Windows computers. The USB port also enables the firmware to be updated. For powering the device, a 12V power supply is included with

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