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New Audio Connectivity Adds Flexibility to UltraNEXUS-SDI Video Server

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LEIGHTRONIX announced today that the UltraNEXUS-SDI video server/system controller has been updated with an all-new audio interface, providing connectivity for digital or analog audio signals.

The new audio interface provides options for connecting to a wide range of professional video and audio equipment. Audio may be embedded within the SDI (serial digital interface) video signal or input independent of the SDI video as a digital or analog audio signal.

Supported Audio Signal Formats:

Embedded Audio — Digital Audio (SMPTE 272M) Embedded within the Digital SD-SDI Video Signal (SMPTE 259M)
Digital Audio — AES3 Digital Audio (IEC 60958 Type 1 Balanced)
Analog Audio — Balanced Two Channel Audio

The UltraNEXUS-SDI is equipped with two digital playback channels. The embedded, digital, and analog audio outputs are always enabled, for simple configuration and connection. Users can easily select their preferred audio input mode for the two record channels within the included WinLGX™ client software.

About the NEXUS Video Servers
The UltraNEXUS-SDI is the third in the series of popular NEXUS video servers from LEIGHTRONIX. In 2005, the NEXUS was released, starting a new revolution in playback automation and video server technology by offering an affordable, comprehensive digital television automation solution in a compact two rack unit chassis. The UltraNEXUS soon followed, introducing dual digital encoding for broadcast and Web media, while the UltraNEXUS-SDI provides customers with an all-digital video and audio interface. NEXUS video servers have become one of the most popular, all-in-one television automation solutions for local broadcast, cable television channels, and in-house cable channels and continue to lead the industry in product innovation and value.

About LEIGHTRONIX, INC.
LEIGHTRONIX is recognized as an industry leader in specialty video equipment design and manufacturing, including digital video solutions, television automation, live and video-on-demand steaming media, and remote equipment control. A model of stability and longevity in the quickly evolving professional video market, LEIGHTRONIX continues to set standards in product value and versatility that exceed customer expectations in both product performance and support. Exceptional product reliability, a standard 5-year warranty, and cost-free technical support have made LEIGHTRONIX one of the most trusted names in the industry. For more information, visit www.leightronix.com.

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