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Cobalt Digital Attends InfoComm for the First Time

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Cobalt Digital is now aiming for the ProAV market by exhibiting at InfoComm 2024 for the first time. The company aims to maximize its presence in the industry by increasing its visibility with a lineup at InfoComm that brings broadcast-quality, cost-effective, integrator-friendly and versatile technology to the ProAV community. Cobalt will be presenting solutions, many IPMX-compliant, at InfoComm in Booth C8483.

The COBALT SAPPHIRE Converter series accommodates a vast variety of applications with form factors ranging from the BBG series of palm-sized mini converters to rack-mounted openGear cards. The SAPPHIRE BBG mini converters are mounted directly behind the monitor, and Cobalt says they offer high-quality design, function and reliability in a small package that frees up rack space. The units display received Baseband or JPEG-XS content on HDMI monitors in a simple and cost-effective way, including content from WAN connections. Thet converters are ideal for trucks, educational institutions, corporate settings or houses of worship. BBG units are offered in single, dual and quad-channel models, are capable of a fully asynchronous operation and are IPMX-compliant.

The COBALT SAPPHIRE feature-rich openGear converter cards maximize space for greater installation integrity. The SAPPHIRE 9926 openGear HDMI-to-SDI converter cards provide either two or four independent paths of true 12G and HD conversions from HDMI to SMPTE 424M, 292M or 259M. Each channel is equipped with frame sync as well as full input and output audio crosspoints and optional per-path color correction and scaler. Cobalt also offers the SAPPHIRE 9927 dual-channel openGear SDI-To-HDMI converter and the COBALT SAPPHIRE BIDI-2H2S dual-channel bidirectional HDMI to SDI / SDI to HDMI converter.

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COBALT WAVE RTR-64×64 and WAVE RTR-32×32 12G-SDI midsize routers offer unprecedented flexibility and are easily integrated into any variety of applications with support for signals up to 12G-SDI. The high-density crosspoint solutions are contained within a compact 4U chassis and controlled by COBALT WAVE control panels, which are available in four models: CP-44, CP-42L, CP-78 and CP-84L.

The COBALT ARIA OG-AUD4-DANTE is a 12G four-channel unit that the company says simultaneously embeds and de-embeds audio between SDI, DANTE, AES and MADI with flexible routing and mixing and built-in Frame Sync capabilities. ARIA is ideal for managing audio in large studio facilities, sports venues, concert halls and houses of worship where many audio channels must be carried, multiplexed and combined with video.

COBALT PACIFIC 9992-ENC software-defined broadcast openGear encoders bring broadcast-grade technology to Pro AV. The software-defined architecture allows up to four channels to be added with HEVC video encoding for compression efficiency while supporting existing MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 AVC. The PACIFIC ULL-DEC card decodes H.262 (MPEG-2), H.264 (AVC) and H.265 (HEVC) and offers a full complement of audio decoding capabilities.

The COBALT BBG-1300-FR openGear frame is ideal for remote applications. The enclosure can house two cards in a split width or 1 card in a standard-width rear I/O module. Three units fit onto a single 1 RU tray for maximum.

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