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AES Audio Delay Unit From Graham-Patten Solves Timing Problems

Grass Valley, CA (April 10, 2006)--Graham-Patten Systems introduces the ADLY-4 AES Audio Delay unit, an additional entry in the popular SoundPals line of audio building blocks. The ADLY-4 provides a reportedly easy-to-use and cost-effective solution for systems timing problems where audio to video synchronization is essential.
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Grass Valley, CA (April 10, 2006)--Graham-Patten Systems introduces the ADLY-4 AES Audio Delay unit, an additional entry in the popular SoundPals line of audio building blocks. The ADLY-4 provides a reportedly easy-to-use and cost-effective solution for systems timing problems where audio to video synchronization is essential.

Two models, the ADLY-4A with balanced AES3 I/O, and the ADLY-4B with unbalanced AES3id I/O, each offer up to eight channels (four AES pairs) of inputs and delayed outputs. The units are designed for digital audio/video installations where the video path length is longer than the audio path length. Users can select up to 99.99 frames of delay in increments of 0.1 frames, and have a choice of external looping AES3id reference input, or internal reference. LED indicators show valid reference and valid AES inputs.

"We will display the ADLY-4 at NAB2006," says Steven Block, Graham-Patten CEO. "We expect that attendees will be happy to see a SoundPals entry in this area. Audio professionals appreciate the Graham-Patten combination of technical innovation, quality, small footprint, and attractive pricing."

Graham-Patten will feature the ADLY-4 in booth SU141 at the April NAB2006 electronic media show.

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