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Lawo Nova73 HD

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What is it?A 96kHz router for medium-size and larger installations. DetailsThe Lawo Nova73 offers everything users would expect from a modern router including 96kHz operation, Dolby E compatibility, and clock-synchronized switching to video frames or internal DSP. But the Nova73 HD has been designed to be easy to use, an enormous advantage both in day-to-day operation, during installation and maintenance.The Nova73 HD has up to 8,192 inputs/outputs, available via AES3, MADI and ATM interfaces but in a compact 10U package. In terms of configuration and user friendliness, it features a hot-plug capability and online configuration that even allows users to expand and change the system during live broadcasts. In terms of security Lawo’s Dual Star technology eliminates any single point of failure. www.lawo.de

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