“Bring it on” with powerful updates to the popular Event Master series

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Professionals in live events call on the Event Master Screen management series for its state-of-the-art processing quality, exceptional input/output density, great expandability and durability. Pro/AV users, additionally, appreciate the ability to pick and choose the exact mix of input and outputs needed. 

Major new improvements are now opening the door to far more possibilities in terms of 4K input, output and pixel spaces. So when asked if they can deal with tough specifications, users can safely reply, “Bring it on”.  

E2 detailProcessing all new 4K standards
The new E2 Tri-combo and S3-4K Tri-combo processors now come equipped with the latest second-generation cards capable of processing signals from all new 4K standards with full 12-bit 4:4:4 4K60p. The Tri-combo cards will also support six HD signals in or out with release 6.0 software. This means customers can use the latest standards for high quality 4K video signals with a single cable. 

Managing multiple screens and signals is a breeze
When equipped with second generation cards, all E2s can now input twelve 4K@60 signals or 40 HD signals (with Tri-combo input cards) and output eight 4K@60 or 24 HD signals (with Tri-combo output cards). Similarly, all S3 4Ks can now input five 4K@60 signals or sixteen HD signals and output six 4K@60 or 24 HD signals. 

S3-4K“No preview” doubles the canvas
And that’s not all. For applications where preview is not needed (e.g. large auditoriums), release 6.0 will double the canvas output of an E2, or an S3-4k, from 20MP to 40MP. Linking multiple E2s or S3-4Ks can drive any size pixel space. And when not used in such large applications individual Units can handle the toughest everyday show scenarios you can throw at them. A new 4K Card to choose from And there is more. A new 4K Quad HDMI 2.0 Input card will be added to the ever-expanding Event Master 2. 

Customizable and future-proof
Users can customize the configuration and easily expand later by linking new modules or adding new cards. In other words, their investment today is minimized and future-proof, whether for a large ProAV installation or a live events rental application. So bring it on!  

See for yourself at InfoComm
The updated Event Master series will be on display at InfoComm 2018, booth C2536.

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