“We were honored to be tapped by Richard Gold and the Metinteractive team to assist with another of their high-profile projects,” says Seth Teates, Analog Way’s Regional Sales Manager. “In this case, we needed to solve for a nearly 20K resolution LED wall, with up to 24 4K HDR sources, and drive a 10-bit HDR10 display. The system needed to be mission-critical reliable, flexible, and easy to operate by non-technical staff. We also had to provide a futureproof platform that would upconvert SDR sources today and be ready for full 4K 60Hz HDR sources on all inputs in the future. The Aquilon C+ was a perfect fit, easily checking all those boxes.”
According to Jeffrey Mele, CEO of Metinteractive, “Analog Way equipment is a go-to in our toolbox for high-end, large-canvas rendering. I first used Analog Way as a format conversion tool about 20 years ago for the Hall of Ocean Life at the Museum of Natural History in New York City, and we’ve stayed with them ever since for the quality and robust nature of their products for large-canvas scaling, processing and switching.”
Sources for the videowall include 24 DirecTV receivers, including two C61K 4K receivers; 12 channels off the existing COM3000 system; and 14 computer and streaming inputs.