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Media Vision USA Adds New Technology to Product Line

Taiden HCS-5300October 15, 2008- San Francisco, CA Conference solution provider Media Vision USA releases a series of new products that adds additional depth to their already powerful product line. Using the positive feedback from end-users, designers, representatives, installers, integrators, and a powerful R&D department, Taiden (manufacturer for Media Vision USA) has added additional items to provide a product for several aspects of a conference room.

Products like the Taiden HCS-5300; the world’s first ever fully digital infrared conference system introduces a unique sound reinforcement solution for boardrooms and numerous portable applications. This design offers many of the same features as a wired system (electronic voting, simultaneous interpretation, camera follow audio) and also features the security benefits of IR. Easily incorporated with a telephone hybrid system to complete a virtual board meeting.

Up to 32 channels of video I/O can be incorporated into the Taiden system with the new TMX series video matrix switchers. RGBHV, VGA and composite video switchers all provide video distribution and switching for conference rooms to stream video over the internet, send high quality resolution out to broadcast stations, and in-room displays (flat screens, projectors). In tandem with camera follow audio, video can be distributed automatically with delegate’s name and information displayed on the lower third and recorded on Taiden’s newly designed DVR.

This digital video and audio recorder can handle up to 8 tracks simultaneously and is provided with software to allow video input monitoring. Incorporating this piece of hardware into the conference system allows automatic recording simply by starting the meeting. Recordings of individual speaker’s audio and video are all synced together and stored on the same media.

Control of all the conference components as well as all other electronic devices in the room can be obtained using the Taiden 6000 central control system. Conference management software, DVD players, projectors, DVR’s and more can all be controlled with this touch panel LCD. Specially designed for conference rooms, council chambers, boardrooms, turning the air conditioner on and turning off a microphone is now placed at the operators fingertips.

These new components provide Media Vision USA with an arsenal of products allowing them to match the perfect solution for the project.

To find out more information, please visit www.mediavision-usa.com/products.php, or contact Media Vision USA at info@mediavision-usa.com.

Media Vision USA

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