HKDW101 Control Panel For HDW-2000 Series Boards for VCRs The HKDW101 Control Panel For HDW-2000 Series VTR from Sony is a control panel designed for Series VTR video products. This panel adds a wide range of advanced control features to HDW-2000/1 HDW-M2100/1 and HDW-M2000/1 HDCAM VTR devices.
Part Numbers: HKDW101, HKDW101 Control Panel
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Sony HDW-M2000, size: 2.4 MB
User reviews and opinions
|mlelan||6:36pm on Friday, September 10th, 2010|
|Microcassette transcriber This is ok for the price, but there is no erase feature and so I have to use an older transcriber to erase tapes. DON"T BUY SONY M-2000 TRANSCRIBER! I record minutes for a meeting of physicians. This transcription unit is relatively new.|
|magicslider||6:19am on Sunday, July 4th, 2010|
|none use it for transcription but earphones are terrible, both sound and comfort. I use this for business. If the earphones are bad then increase the price and include good earphones. I would recommend with earphone upgrade.|
|twillems||6:59am on Wednesday, May 12th, 2010|
|This product has NO erase feature. I find myself listening to what was left on the tape after the new recording.|
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This HDCAM format Studio Editing Recorder that also offers legacy playback of digital Betacam, Betacam/SP, Betacam SX, MPEG IMX tapes. Records and plays HDCAM tapes at frame rates: 1080/59.94i, 50i, 29.97PsF, and 25 PsF. It can also play back tapes recorded at 24PsF and 23.98 PsF.
Sonys HDW-M2000/1 HDCAM Studio VTR w/Multi-Format Playback
HDW-M2000/1 Suggested List Price $63,200.00
HDCAM format playback and Recording Legacy playback of all SD Betacam Formats Up-conversion of playback-compatible Standard Definition tapes to 1080i and down-conversion of HDCAM tapes to 480i is a standard feature. Supports playback and recording of 1080i 59.94, 50i, 29.97 PsF and 25 Psf. Supports playback of 24 PsF and 23.98 Psf Metadata handling, UMID (Unique Material Identifier Data) record capability Tele-File System Capable of handling Dolby E and AC-3 audio Simplified menu setups Firmware upgrades via Memory Stick media
High quality HDTV recording for broadcast and production applications.
Key Competitors and Pricing
Mfg: Model Panasonic AJ-HD3700C: Suggested List Price $99,000.00
For further information about the HDW-M2000/1, please contact your Sony Account Manager or download a more detailed spec sheet from the Sony website.
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2004 Sony Electronics Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited. Features and specifications are subject to change without notice. All non-metric weights and measurements are approximate. Sony and MPEG IMX are trademarks of Sony. Memory Stick, HDCAM, Tele-File and Dolby are registered trademarks. Created 9/8/03
High Definition Video System
Sony Digital Recorder and Player
1/2-Inch Platform Advances to Greater Heights
Since introducing its first model, Sony has continually enhanced the BETACAM Series of products, each offering high performance and preserving a consistent half-inch platform capability. The analog BETACAM and BETACAM SP formats introduced an entirely new set of opportunities to ENG and EFP operations, while the use of digital processing in the Digital BETACAM and MPEG IMX formats brought standardized 4:2:2 digital recording into both news gathering and field production. Today, each format is in service in a multiplicity of programming applications, offering high reliability and superb performance that only BETACAM technology provides. In 1997 Sony revolutionized HDTV program origination with the introduction of a 1/2-inch camcorder the HDW-700. This was soon followed by the HDW-700A camcorder, which operates according to the updated 1080/60i production standard. This camcorder, in association with its editing VTR the HDW-500, extended the BETACAM format tradition into the realm of mobile HD program creation. In 1999 the HDCAM format was dramatically broadened to include the new multi-frame rate camcorder the HDW-F900 and its companion VTR the HDW-F500 both responding to the breakthrough new ITU 709 global standard for international HD program origination. The pivotal inclusion of the new 24-frame progressive format in this standard constituted a central design imperative for the HDW-F900/F500 system and introduced to the world the first digital 24-frame motion picture capture system. With the HDW-F900/F500 Series squarely addressing the needs of movie-making and high-end prime time television program and commercial production, Sony returned to the central agenda of a mainstream HD capture system in support of the emerging broader DTV broadcasting agendas around the world. This is based upon the SMPTE 274M HD production standard. A second-generation 1080/60i camcorder and VTR system have been developed which is intended as a more cost-effective and feature enhanced system specifically designed to streamline the migration to DTV. This central design strategy was incorporated into this new HDCAM system. Accordingly, the new HDW-2000 Series VTR offers full HDCAM record and editing facilities, but also includes both the all-important function of legacy playback of all standard definition BETACAM formats and internal up-conversion of that playback to the 1920 x 1080 digital sampling format for playout in the HDTV format. The legacy playback includes analog BETACAM/BETACAM SP, Digital BETACAM, BETACAM SX, and the MPEG IMX 1/2-inch tape recordings. Thus a crucial bridge between SDTV libraries (and ongoing SDTV digital origination) has been realized. Recognizing the inevitable two-way flow of program material between SDTV and HDTV, the new HDW-2000 Series VTR also includes digital down-conversion* as a standard feature, thus allowing the creation of Super-sampled digital 4:2:2 SDTV program material. The HDW-2000 Series also provides the same reliability and operability inherited from the long-established BETACAM Series offering a powerful workhorse solution to HDTV environments as well as to current SDTV systems. Its counterpart, HDW-750 camcorder is extremely compact and lightweight and maintains the robust and reliable construction for which BETACAM technology is world-renowned. With its high quality, superb operability and added reliability, the HDW-2000 Series VTR is an economically well-balanced solution for next generation HDTV programming. * Down conversion is not available for tapes played back at 23.98 or 24 Hz.
High-Definition Picture Quality with HDCAM Format
The HDW-2000 Series recorders/player adopt the proven HDCAM format, recording high-definition component digital signals using the state-of-the-art HDCAM compression technology. This excellent compression scheme maintains a high video bit rate of 140 Mbps (data rate on tape of 185 Mbps). The format combines superb picture quality with the high reliability and robustness of 1/2-inch tape integrated into a design approach inherited from the BETACAM series.
Compact, Affordable High-Definition Video Cassette Recorder/Player with Legacy Playback
The HDW-2000 Series high-definition VTRs are not only affordable, they also provide a smooth migration path into the HDTV world. Three different models are available to suit budgetary and operational needs. In addition to HDCAM recording/playback, the HDW-M2000 and HDW-M2100 are equipped with backward playback capability for current 1/2-inch tape formats; Digital BETACAM, MPEG IMX, BETACAM SX, BETACAM SP and BETACAM. However, the HDW-2000 eliminates this capability in order to provide utmost cost efficiency. With its affordability and different choice of feature sets, the HDW-2000 Series is destined to be a true workhorse in broadcast stations and ENG applications.
Drum Head Allocation
HDW-2000 Series Line-up
HDW-2000 HDW-M2000 HDW-M2000P HDW-M2100 HDW-M2100P HD Digital Video Cassette Recorder HD Digital Video Cassette Recorder HD Digital Video Cassette Player Recording Format HDCAM HDCAM Playback Format HDCAM HDCAM, Digital BETACAM, MPEG IMX, BETACAM SX, BETACAM SP, BETACAM HDCAM, Digital BETACAM, MPEG IMX, BETACAM SX, BETACAM SP, BETACAM
*The HDW-M2000 refers to both the HDW-M2000 and HDW-M2000P. The HDW-M2100 refers to both the HDW-M2100 and HDW-M2100P.
Wide Array of Signal Formats
The HDW-M2000/M2100 can playback a wide variety of legacy SDTV VTR formats in addition to the HDCAM format. Since the HDW-M2000/M2100 can output signals in 1080i, 576i and 480i, each format is reproduced in its corresponding vertical resolution. As an even greater advantage, the HDW-2000 Series has up and down converters built-in so a program originated for SDTV can be up converted for HDTV transmission, and materials that were made in the HD format can be down converted as Super-sampled SD images. This is a distinct advantage of the HDW-2000 Series. The Super-sampled HD origination produces standard definition 480 and 576-line NTSC/PAL signals which are superior to those originated in standard definition (their horizontal and vertical MTFs are higher and the associated scanning aliasing is less). Furthermore, a 720P progressive output is available for integration into 720P-based systems. *For output of the 720P signal, an upgrade of software, hardware, or both may be required.
Please consult your nearest Sony office.
Conventional 480/576-line Digital VTR
Super-sampled HDCAM Down-Converted signals
1080/59.94i, 1080/50i Switchable Operation
All models of the HDW-2000 Series provide recording and playback capability of the HDCAM format in 1080/59.94i and 1080/50i frame rates. Furthermore, the HDW-M2000/ M2100 allow legacy playback of both 480/59.94i and 576/50i on the same deck. This flexibility makes the HDW-2000 Series an extremely effective tool for international programming. *The frame rate of the source tape cannot be converted at the output between 1080/59.95i and 1080/50i or
between 480/59.94i and 576/50i. Playback of a 576-line analog Betacam tape on the HDW-M2000/M2100 model), and playback *480-line analog Betacam tape on the HDW-M2000P/M2100P (PAL model)(NTSC monitor purposes only.of a is for
Long Recording Time on a Single Cassette
Utilizing the HDCAM formats new high-density recording capability and compression technology, the HDW-2000 Series provides a long recording time of 124 minutes at 1080/59.94i and 149 minutes at 1080/50i per one L cassette. Small size cassettes can also be used, which provide 40 minutes recording at 1080/59.94i and 48 minutes at 1080/50i. This flexibility allows the HDW-2000 Series to cover a wide range of applications including news, sports and production.
Digital Audio and Dolby Recording Progressive Operation
To meet the increasing needs of 24P program creation, the HDW-2000 Series VTR provides the capability to playback tapes recorded in 23.98/24/25/29.97 progressive modes. Furthermore, the 23.98P/24P recordings can be converted to a 25P signal with appropriate conversion of time code*. *Requires audio pitch correction. *Down conversion and/or pull-down of tapes played back at 23.98 or 24 Hz are not
The HDCAM format records four channels (two AES/EBU stereo pairs) of non-compressed digital audio (20 bit at 48 kHz). The HDW-2000 Series recorders can also record non-audio data streams within the audio recording area by packaging the data within an AES/EBU wrapper. Furthermore, the HDW-2000 recorders can record Dolby-E and Dolby AC-3 data (non-audio) streams on the audio tracks. *Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories Inc.
Compact Design and Low Power Consumption
This Series features a compact 4RU-size* design and weighs only 23 kg (50 lb 11 oz) 12 kg (26 lb 7 oz) lighter than the HDW-500 HD Video Recorder. It also has low power consumption of 220 W. This compactness and low power consumption are suited to not only studio use but also installation into OB-vans.
*4RU size=427 x 174 x 540 mm (16 7/8 x 6 7/8 x 21 1/2 inches)
The HDW-2000 Series features a wide range of interfaces including; - HD SDI input and output - SDI output (D1 component) - SDTI input and output (optional-requires HKDW-102 SDTI Interface Board) - Analog Component output - Analog Composite output (NTSC/PAL) - Digital Audio I/O(AES/EBU) - Analog Audio I/O - Audio Monitor (2-ch analog)
User-friendly Control Panel
Control panels are compact, yet comprehensive. There is a minimal learning curve since its design and functionality are inherited from universally used BETACAM SP VTRs. In addition, the control panel has a multi-function display that provides comprehensive information for quick access and easy control of a variety of functions. Dedicated control knobs and meter displays are included for each of the four audio channels. Using the optional control panel HKDW-101, VTRs can be controlled from the same control panel simultaneously.
Most of the circuitry of the HDW-2000 Series is arranged on plug-in boards to allow quick and easy maintenance. The drum assembly has been designed to achieve simple, low-cost maintenance by adopting an upper drum mechanism and an auto adjustment function as used in MPEG IMX VTRs and BETACAM SX recorders. This helps to drastically reduce the time required for periodic drum replacement.
HKDW-101 Control Panel with BKMW-102 Case
Frame Accurate Editing
The HDW-2000 Series recorders enable insert or assemble editing with frame accuracy. Each channel of video and audio signal is independently editable. It is possible to execute precise editing on HDCAM tapes in machine-to-machine or A/B roll configurations.
High Speed Color Picture Search
Recognizable color pictures are provided in shuttle mode at speeds up to 50 times normal playback.
Dynamic Tracking Playback
A Dynamic Tracking playback capability provides high quality pictures over the range of -1 to +2 times normal playback speed during playback of HDCAM tapes, -1 to +3 times for BETACAM/BETACAM SP/MPEG IMX/Digital BETACAM tapes, -1 to +2 for BETACAM SX tapes.
Digital Jog Sound
Reproduction of four (eight for MPEG IMX) channels of digital audio is achieved, in the Jog mode. With a responsiveness and sound quality reminiscent of BETACAM SP machines, this feature is helpful in quickly and precisely establishing an editing point while monitoring the digital audio signals which remain in absolute sync with the pictures.
Audio Crossfade Function
As with all Sony half-inch professional formats, the HDW-2000 Series recorders feature Digital Audio Crossfade to achieve smooth audio transitions at audio insert edit points. Previously recorded audio signals are read in advance using Pre-read heads and then re-recorded onto the same track after being mixed with the input audio signal. The crossfade duration can be selected from a range of values.
Dynamic Motion Control (DMC) Playback
The HDW-2000 Series also provides a DMC playback capability, memorizing the tape speed trajectory over the DT speed range (-1 to +2 times normal speed).
Selectable Picture Mode
Three modes of operation enable correct presentation, depending on the application required.
The HDW-2000 and HDW-M2000 recorders are equipped with advanced playback heads to enable pre-read editing. This function allows application including titling with a single VTR, A/B-roll with two VTRs, as well as audio mix and channel swap.
HD to SD, 16:9 HD picture is down-converted and output as a 4:3 SD picture.
SD to HD, 4:3 SD picture is up-converted, then output as a 16:9 HD picture.
1080/1035 Line Conversion
The HDW-2000 Series provides bi-directional vertical filtering between the two active line standards of 1080 and 1035 and enhanced quality of variable speed Dynamic Tracking playback as standard.
LETTER BOX mode
The HDW-2000 Series recorders can scan tapes with Shot Marks and automatically detect their positions. After scanning, a list of all the marks is displayed on the video monitor, allowing easy cueing to any mark.
HD to SD, 16:9 HD picture down-converted to SD and output is presented in Letter-box on a 4:3 monitor.
SD to HD, 4:3 SD picture is cropped and presented as a 16:9 picture.
EDGE CROP mode
HDW-2000 Series Time Code List
HD to SD, edges of a 16:9 HD picture are cropped in the down-converted 4:3 SD picture.
SD to HD, 4:3 SD picture up-converted as a 16:9 HD picture, however the sides are cropped.
*The HDW-M2000 refers to both the HDW-M2000 and HDW-M2000P.
In the HDW-2000 Series, special care has been given to metadata handling in order to increase production efficiency, and to provide the utmost convenience in media asset management systems and material distribution systems. In general, metadata consists of user-defined data indicating when, where, or by whom the material was created, Closed Caption data, and a variety of other data describing the material content. Among such metadata, UMID, as standardized in SMPTE 330M, is a globally unique identifier used for the identification of picture/audio material and data. UMID is automatically generated within compatible equipment such as VTRs and camcorders during each recording. The HDW-2000 Series VTR provides the facility to record UMID on tape when the VTR performs dubbing, editing, and copying through up-/down-conversion. This recorded UMID is used in subsequent processes from editing, archiving and on to distribution, bringing efficiency throughout the entire program production chain. The HDW-2000 Series VTRs enables up to 255 bytes x 3 packets of metadata per field to be recorded, which can be transferred to other devices via HD-SDI, or SDTI.
Content Information Management (Tele-File system and JZ-1 Videocassette Logging Software)
The Tele-File system is a non-contact read/write system for storing production-related data on an IC memory embedded in a 1/2-inch cassette label. This system allows operators to efficiently manage cassette content information such as Shot Marks, scene numbers, and cassette numbers. The HDW-2000 Series VTRs come equipped with a built-in reader/writer module, enabling data to be written to and read from a Tele-File label (option: MLB-1M-100) within the VTR. This system is especially useful for managing cue-up points, which increases the efficiency of locating editing points in subsequent operations. For further enhanced Tele-File system operations, the JZ-1 Videocassette Logging Software provides an easy-to-use GUI environment for creating edit logs as well as facilitating the creation of content-related Tele-File data. This is available by connecting a PC running the JZ-1 software to the HDW-2000 Series VTR.
HDW-2000 Series Specifications
General Power requirements Power consumption Operating temperature Storage temperature Humidity Mass Dimensions (W x H x D) HDCAM Tape speed Digital BETACAM MPEG IMX BETACAM SX BETACAM/BETACAM SP HDCAM Record/playback time (59.94 Hz/50 Hz)
HDCAM playback time (48 Hz) Fast forward/rewind time Shuttle mode Search speed HDCAM range Digital BETACAM MPEG IMX BETACAM SX BETACAM/BETACAM SP Variable mode HDCAM Digital BETACAM MPEG IMX BETACAM SX BETACAM/BETACAM SP Jog mode Servo lock time Load/unload time HD-SDI input SDTI input (with optional HKDW-102 installed) Reference video input Digital audio input (CH 1/2, CH 3/4) Analog audio input (CH 1/2/3/4/Cue)
100 to 240 V, 50/60 Hz 220 W +5 to +40 C (41F to 104 F) -20 to +60 C (-4 to 140F) 25 to 90% 23 kg (50 lb 11 oz) 427 x 174 x 544 mm (16 7/8 x 6 7/8 x 21 1/2 inches) 96.7 mm/scc, 80.6 mm/s (50 Hz), 77.4 mm/s (48 Hz) 96.7 mm/s 64.5 mm/s (59.94 Hz), 53.8 mm/s (50 Hz) 59.6 mm/s 118.6 mm/s (59.94 Hz), 101.5 mm (50 Hz) 124 minutes (59.94 Hz, with BCT-124HDLC) 149 minutes (50 Hz, with BCT-124HDLC) 40 minnutes (59.94 Hz, with BCT-40HDC) 48 minnutes (50 Hz, with BCT-40HDC) 155 minutes (48 Hz, with BCT-124HDLC) 50 minnutes (48 Hz, with BCT-40HDC) Approx. 3 minutes (with BCT-124HDLC) Still to 50 times normal speed playback (59.94 Hz), Still to 58 times normal speed playback (60 Hz), Still to 60 times normal speed playback (48 Hz) Still to 50 times normal speed playback Still to 78 times normal speed playback Still to 78 times normal speed playback Still to 35 times normal speed playback (59.94 Hz) Still to 42 times normal speed playback (50 Hz) -1 to +2 times normal speed playback -1 to +3 times normal speed playback -1 to +3 times normal speed playback -1 to +2 times normal speed playback -1 to +3 times normal speed playback Still to 1 times normal speed playback 0.6 s or less (59.94 Hz, from standby on ), 0.7 s or less (50 Hz, 48 Hz, from standby on ) 6 s or less (both L and S cassettes) BNC x 1 (SMPTE 292M), Serial Digital (1.485 Gbps) BNC x 1 (SMPTE305M), 270 Mbps BNC x 2 (with a loop-through), Tri-level sync, 0.6 Vp-p, 75 , sync negative or Black Burst or Composite, 0.3 Vp-p, 75 , sync negative) BNC x 2, AES/EBU XLR-3-pin type, female, x 5 Low off: -60 dBu, high impedance, balanced High off: +4 dBu, high impedance, balanced High on: -4 dBm, 600 termination, balanced XLR-3-pin type, female, x 1 (0.5 to 18 Vp-p,10 k, balanced) BNC x 3 (SMPTE 292M including one character out), Serial Digital (1.485 Gbps) BNC x 2 (SMPTE 305M), 270 Mbps BNC x 3 (SMPTE 259M including one character out), Serial Digital (270 Mbps) BNC x 3 (RS-170A, including one character out, one WFM out) Y: 1.0 Vp-p, sync negative, R-Y/B-Y: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 BNC x 3, for 1 set, 1.0 Vp-p, 75 , sync negative BNC x 2, AES/EBU XLR-3-pin type, x 5, male, +4 dBm (600 load), low impedance, balanced XLR-3-pin type, male, x 1 (2.2 Vp-p, low impedance, balanced) XLR-3-pin type, male, x 2 (+4 dBm at 600 load, low impedance, balanced) JM-60 Stereo phone jack (- to -12 dBu at 8 load, unbalanced) D-sub 9-pin, Sony 9-pin remote interface D-sub 9-pin, Sony 9-pin remote interface D-sub 9-pin D-sub 50-pin D-sub 9-pin, D-sub 15-pin D-sub 15-pin Memory Stick slot, PCMCIA slot 3 dB/ to +3 dB, selectable 3 dB/ to +3 dB, selectable 3 IRE s 200 ns 100 ns Y: 74.25 MHz, R-Y/B-Y: 37.125 MHz 10 bit/sample (compression: 8 bit/sample) Coefficient recording system S-I-NRZI PR-IV Reed-Solomon code Y: 0 to 5.75 MHz +0.5 dB/-2.0 dB, R-Y/B-Y: 0 to 2.75 MHz +0.5 dB/-2.0 dB 56 dB or more 1% or less Y: 0 to 5.75 MHz +0.5 dB/-2.0 dB, R-Y/B-Y: 0 to 2.75 MHz +0.5 dB/-2.0 dB 53 dB or more 2% or less 2% or less 20 ns or less 1% or less Based upon RS-170A/CCIR R.624-kHz (Syncronized with video) 20 bit/sample Below measurable level 20 dB (or 18 dB selectable) T1=50 s, T2=15 s (on/off selectable in recording mode) 20 bit/sample 20 bit/sample 20 Hz to 20 kHz +0.5 dB/-1.0 dB (0 dB at 1 kHz) More than 95 dB (at 1 kHz, emphasis ON) Less than 0.05% (at 1 kHz, emphasis ON, reference level) Less than -80 dB (at 1 kHz, between any two channels) 100 Hz to 12 kHz 3 dB More than 45 dB (at 3% distortion level) Less than 2% (T.H.D. at 1 kHz, reference level) Less than 0.2% More than 60 dB Operation manula (1), Installation manual (1)
Time code input HD-SDI output SDTI output (with optional HKDW-102 installed) SDI output Analog composite output Analog component output Digital audio output (CH 1/2, CH 3/4) Analog audio output (CH 1/2/3/4) Time code output Monitor output L/R Headphones Remote1 In Remote1 Out RS-232C Remote2 Parallel I/O Video control Control panel Others Processor adjustment range Video level Chroma level Set up/black level Chroma phase/hue System sync phase System SC phase Y/C delay Digital video performance Sampling frequency Quantization Compression Channel coding Error correction Analog component output performance Bandwidth S/N ratio K Factor (2T Pulse) Analog composite output performance Bandwidth S/N ratio Differential gain Differential phase Y/C delay K Factor (2T Pulse) Output SCH phase Digital audio performance Sampling frequency Quantization Wow & flutter Headrooms Emphasis (ON/OFF selectable in REC mode) Analog audio output performance A/D quantization D/A quantization Frequency response Dynamic range Distortion Crosstalk Cue track Sampling frequency S/N ratio Distortion Wow & flutter Erase ratio Supplied accessories
Digital BETACAM playback (HDW-M2000/M2000P, HDW-M2100/M2100P)
0 to 5.75 MHz +0.5 dB/-0.5 dB 0 to 2.75 MHz +0.5 dB/-0.5 dB 62 dB or more R-Y/B-Y S/N ratio 1% or more K factor 20 Hz to 20 kHz +0.5 dB/-1.0 dB Digital audio (CH 1 to CH 4) Frequency response (0 dB at 1 kHz) 95 dB (at 1 kHz, emphasis ON) Dynamic range 0.05% rms (emphasis ON) Distortion (T.H.D. at 1 kHz, reference level) Below measurable level Wow & flutter 100 Hz to 12 kHz +3 dB/-3 dB Analog audio (cue track) Frequency response (0 dB at 1 kHz) 45 dB (at 1 kHz) S/N ratio (at 3% distortion level) 2% or less Distortion (T.H.D. at 1 kHz, reference level) HDW-M2000/M2100: Less than 0.5% rms Wow & flutter HDW-M2000P/M2100P: Less than 0.2% (DIN 45508 weighted) Video performance Y Bandwidth
Analog BETACAM playback (HDW-M2000, HDW-M2100)
Video performance Oxide tape Metal tape 30 Hz to 4.5 MHz +0.5 dB/-4.0 dB 30 Hz to 4.1 MHz +0.5 dB/-6.0 dB 30 Hz to 1.5 MHz +0.5 dB/-3.0 dB 30 Hz to 1.5 MHz +0.5 dB/-3.0 dB S/N ratio 51 dB or more 48 dB or more 48 dB or more 45 dB or more K-Factor (2T Pulse) 2% or less 3% or less 3% or less LF non-linearity Y 4% or less R-Y/B-Y 20 ns or less Y/C delay LNG Frequency respomse 50 Hz to15 kHz +1.5 dB/-3.0 dB 50 Hz to15 kHz +1.5 dB/-3.0 dB S/N ratio 72 dB or more 50 dB or more (Dolby NR off) T.H.D. 1% or less 2% or less 1.0% rms or less Wow & Flutter 20 Hz to 20 kHz +0.5 dB/-2.0 dB AFM Frequency response 85 dB or more S/N ratio 0.5% or less T.H.D. Bandwidth Y R-Y/B-Y Y R-Y/B-Y
MPEG IMX playback(HDW-M2000/M2000P, HDW-M2100/M2100P)
Video performance Y R-Y/B-Y S/N ratio K factor (2T pulse) Frequency response Dynamic range Distortion Bandwidth 0 to 5.75 MHz +0.5 dB/-2.0 dB 0 to 2.75 MHz +0.5 dB/-2.0 dB 56 dB or more 1% or less 20 Hz to 20 kHz +0.5 dB/-1.0 dB (0 dB at 1 kHz) 90 dB or more (at 1 kHz, emphasis ON, 16 bits/48 kHz) 0.05% or less (at 1 kHz, emphasis ON, reference level (+4 dBm))
Analog BETACAM playback (HDW-M2000P, HDW-M2100P)
Video performance Oxide tape Metal tape 25 Hz to 5.5 MHz +0.5 dB/-4.0 dB 25 Hz to 4.0 MHz +0.5 dB/-6.0 dB 25 Hz to 2.0 MHz +0.5 dB/-3.0 dB 25 Hz to 1.5 MHz +0.5 dB/-3.0 dB S/N ratio 48 dB or more 46 dB or more 48 dB or more 45 dB or more K-Factor (2T Pulse) 2% or less 3% or less LF non-linearity Y 3% or less R-Y/B-Y 4% or less Y/C delay 20 ns or less LNG Frequency respomse 50 Hz to 15 kHz +1.5 dB/-3.0 dB 50 Hz to15 kHz 3.0 dB S/N ratio 68 dB or more 62 dB or more (Dolby NR off) T.H.D. 1% or less 2% or less Wow & Flutter 1.0% rms or less AFM Frequency response 20 Hz to 20 kHz +0.5 dB/-2.0 dB S/N ratio More than 72 dB (CCIR 468-3 weighted) T.H.D. Less than 0.5% Bandwidth Y R-Y/B-Y Y R-Y/B-Y
BETACAM SX playback (HDW-M2000/M2000P, HDW-M2100/M2100P)
Video performance Bandwidth Y R-Y/B-Y S/N ratio K factor (2T pulse) Frequency response Dynamic range Distortion HDW-M2000/M2100: 0 to 4.5 MHz +0.5 dB/-3.0 dB HDW-M2000P/M2100P: 0 to 5.5 MHz +0.5 dB/-3.0 dB 0 to 2.0 MHz +0.5 dB/-3.0 dB 56 dB or more 1% or less 20 Hz to 20 kHz +0.5 dB/-1.0 dB (0 dB at 1 kHz) 90 dB or more (at 1 kHz, emphasis ON) 0.05% or less (at 1 kHz, emphasis ON, reference level (+4 dBm)) Audio performance
HKDW-101, Control Panel
HKDW-102, SDTI Interface Board
BKMW-102, Remote Control Unit
BKMW-103, Control Panel Extension Kit
RMM-131, Rack Mount Kit
RCC-5G, 9-pin Remote Cable
HKDV-900, HD Digital Video Controller*
BVR-50, Video Controller
MLB-1M-100 Memory Label (for Tele-File system) JZ-1 Videocassette Logging software (for Tele-File system)
*To connect the HKDV-900 with the HDW-2000
Series VTRs, the optional video controller cable, RCC-1505H/1510H/1530H is required.
BCT-124HDL/64HDL/22HD, HDCAM Tape Cassette
BCT-HD12CL, Cleaning Cassette
BKNW-1000 Series, ISR ProxyTM Remote Monitoring and Maintenance Software
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