Sencore to Highlight MRD 4400 Modular Receiver Decoder at NAB 2016

The Sencore MRD 4400 Receiver Decoder is the latest in Sencore’s line of professional IRDs for distribution and monitoring. This IRD supports decoding of SD or HD video, encoded as either MPEG-2 or H.264, as well as up to four audio services.

The latest-generation components ensure that the Sencore 4400 provides the most complete feature set and the best value for a broad swath of common receiver/decoder applications. The IRD supports decoding of SD or HD video, encoded as either MPEG-2 or H.264, as well as up to four audio services.

The additional audio handling capability makes the MRD 4400 the perfect solution for video distributors looking to meet upcoming descriptive  video requirements, while continuing to support surround, stereo, and SAP services.  Units purchased for SD decoding can be upgraded to HD via a simple software license, and with the included digital video output, video monitoring is as easy as finding the nearest standard consumer television or PC monitor.

With built-in ASI input/output, as well as available satellite and IP interfaces, the 4400 is adaptable to most decoder use cases. The receiver can be controlled via a web interface accessible via all major browsers. Complete control is provided the front panel keypad.

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