Dallas, TX. - Sports, retail and entertainment facilities, corporate offices, broadcasters, colleges, schools and worship center users of Contemporary Research’s QMOD-HD modulator/encoders are singing its praises.
“Kudos for putting out a better product,” says David Cooke of Willow Creek mega-church in Illinois. “QMOD-HD satisfied our need to search through massive amounts of TV to pinpoint exactly what The Daily Show and The Colbert Report need from 20 channels of TV, 24 hours a day, seven days a week,” says Matt Curie of Snapstream Enterprise.
“Because it is compact and easy to integrate, the QMOD-HD accepts AV, Component, or NTSC, converts the audio and video to a digital cable channel, and amplifies for distribution through a broadband cable system. Current QMOD applications include sports, retail and entertainment facilities, corporate offices, broadcasters, colleges, schools and worship centers,” she said.
“QMOD-HD allows us to search through massive amounts of TV to pinpoint exactly what we want to find and then do things like making a montage, proving some politician flopped, the list goes on and on,” states Matt Curie of Snapstream.
"Integration is simple,” says Ms. Davis. “Just connect a VGA, Component, S-Video or composite video, then add stereo or coax/optical digital audio. Set up each channel with the modulator’s LCD screen, text menus, and navigation buttons then combine with a cable feed and other QMODs and broadcast through the RF system. What customers like best about the QMOD-HD is its price, “ Ms. Davis concluded. “They tell us that for less than $2400 they get what otherwise would cost up to five times that much.”