BTX Technologies Targets A/V, Broadcast With Array of Integration Products
The Sports Video group is pleased to welcome BTX Technologies as a corporate sponsor. Based in Hawthorne, NY, BTX is an award-winning, value-added distributor and manufacturer of products ranging from integration essentials and signal processing to collaboration software, digital signage, IPTV, video-over-IP, and lecture-capture systems for video, audio, and data applications.
“Joining the Sports Video Group as a corporate sponsor is the ideal choice for BTX,” says Eric Hausman, inside sales manager/director of outside sales, Eastern Region. “We have worked on many different sport installation projects throughout our 25-year history, providing broadcasting solutions including custom fiber and copper assemblies, bulk cable, and connectors as well as IPTV, video-over-IP, and video-wall solutions.”
BTX has more than 75 product lines, an in-house fiber lab, and an in-house metal shop for production of high-quality custom plates, panels, and breakout boxes. Currently celebrating its 48th year, BTX is a CTS-certified organization with a highly technical inside staff and national outside technical sales team. The company has earned five patents and offers many unique and proprietary products.
“BTX is a team of people with the expertise to provide you with the most cost-effective technology for your next sport installation project,” says Hausman. “BTX is certified by LEMO, and we are the exclusive distributors for the new XIRIUM PRO wireless-audio-transmission solution by Neutrik. If you need a custom-fiber manufacturer and a broadcast distributor, call us today.”
Recently, BTX Technologies and Neutrik USA announced an exclusive arrangement under which BTX will sell the XIRIUM PRO product line. XIRIUM PRO delivers studio-quality, full-bandwidth, zero-compression wireless audio over long distances with extremely low latency. Central to its robust performance is Neutrik’s proprietary DiWA (Digital Wireless Audio) technology, which transmits extremely low fixed latency (<4 ms), non-compressed, full-range (20 Hz-20 kHz) wireless audio at greater-than-CD quality within the FCC license-free 5 GHz band.