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Cache Media Marshall IMD Range Saves On UMDs

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In times of tight budgets, you can save all around by choosing Marshall Electronics IMD monitors, distributed by Cache Media, says Stuart Cameron, MD Cache Media...
The Marshall IMD (In Monitor Display) fully-integrated approach eliminates the need for additional or separate Under Monitor Displays and allows UMD information and tallies to be displayed directly on the LED screen, saving precious rack space, power, and weight too if it’s a mobile application. Note that the Marshall system inserts the UMD information outside the active viewing area; a big plus liked by our customers and one of the reasons we won a recent monitor ‘shoot out’ held by a major broadcaster.
Marshall Electronics introduced the industry's first full line up of LCD panels with In-Monitor Display functionality. These monitors and racks are cost-effective all-in-one solutions for industry wide applications. A wide variety of practical features are included such as on-screen video time code, three-color ‘soft’ tallies and an audio presence indicator.
The monitors integrate easily with existing Tally systems and controllers. They integrate seamlessly with the TSL Tallyman system and also with Amazon such that the IMD information is updated instantly. For static displays, the IMD information can be added manually by using the simple and effective ROTOMenuTM.
Marshall IMD Monitors are available from 6.5” up to 26”, all now with 3G inputs. The most popular is the dual 10” featuring a 1024 x 768 display. The 24” displays are used for main and preview. The native HD resolution of 1920 x 1200 is available on the 17” monitor. The Quad series is also highly popular in that they can be used with both EVS and Avids in Tape Trucks. The layout can be traditional 4 way Quad or one large screen and 3 smaller ones to suit the producer. The 6.5” screen is available as a triple monitor for the engineering area.
Each display offers a single HD-SDI input with active loop-through capability. Additional features include ultra-wide viewing angles, adjustment settings memory, multiple frame marker overlays, pixel-to-pixel mode and can also be used as standalone displays with HD-SDI loop-through.
All monitors come with power supplies and rack mount kits - there are no hidden extras to purchase. The monitors can be connected to a Network Control Box that enables control of each monitor or all of the stack. In terms of resilience, the MTBF is very high and in the event of a failure, only one monitor fails - not the whole stack.
In the UK and Ireland, leading broadcasters like the BBC, and outside broadcast companies such as SIS Live, NEP Visions, Arena, CTV, Arqiva, Enfys and many others have all ordered and use Marshall Monitors along with leading rental companies such as Presteigne Charter.
See Cache-Media’s Marshall IMD monitors on the Broadcast Show Live Tour in May, touring London, Glasgow, Manchester, Cardiff and Bristol. Details at
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