Scan converter changes RGB to NTSC Accepting interlaced or noninterlaced RGB inputs from

Scan converter changes RGB to NTSC Accepting interlaced or noninterlaced RGB inputs from workstations or computers, the RGB/Videolink 1650 delivers broadcast-quality NTSC and PAL composite video, S-VHS, and component analog video outputs. The unit synchronizes to all computer signals with screen resolutions up to 1600 x 1200 and at scan rates from 15 to 90 kHz. Priced at $6995, the scan converter includes zoom, genlock, and selectable flicker filters. RGB Spectrum, 950 Marina Village Parkway,

Sep 1st, 1997

Scan converter changes RGB to NTSC Accepting interlaced or noninterlaced RGB inputs from workstations or computers, the RGB/Videolink 1650 delivers broadcast-quality NTSC and PAL composite video, S-VHS, and component analog video outputs. The unit synchronizes to all computer signals with screen resolutions up to 1600 x 1200 and at scan rates from 15 to 90 kHz. Priced at $6995, the scan converter includes zoom, genlock, and selectable flicker filters. RGB Spectrum, 950 Marina Village Parkway, Alameda, CA 94501; (510) 814-7000; Fax: (510) 814-7026.

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