Marshall Unveils Latest Pro A/V Technology at Upcoming Symco Inc. Showcases

Marshall is set to showcase its latest professional audio/visual products at the Symco Inc. Technology Showcases in Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., with a special focus on their innovative camera technology. The events, which are key gatherings for broadcast and Pro A/V professionals, will provide attendees with the opportunity to explore and learn more about Marshall’s cutting-edge offerings.

On May 1st, Marshall will also be a highlight at the Innovate AV Technology Showcase at the Embassy Suites by Hilton San Marcos Hotel Conference Center in San Marcos. This venue will serve as a platform for professionals to discover how Marshall’s products can enhance their next integration projects.

Among the featured products will be the CV620-TBI/TWI, a state-of-the-art 20x AI Track & Follow PTZ Camera, which boasts advanced AI facial learning technology for accurate subject tracking and framing. With a 2 Megapixel HD Sensor and versatile output options including 3GSDI, HDMI, and IP streaming, this camera is designed for both flexibility and high performance.

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Also on display will be the CV368, a compact global camera that comes with a large 1/1.8″ global shutter sensor, providing exceptional image quality and multiple output capabilities. This camera is ideal for fast, accurate multi-camera setups thanks to its Tri-Level Sync (Genlock) feature.

For outdoor or challenging environments, the CV504-WP stands out with its weatherproof capabilities, equipped with a 2.2 Megapixel Sony sensor and capable of delivering high-quality images under various conditions. Additionally, the CV228 Lipstick Camera offers a unique combination of high-resolution, compact design, and weather resistance, making it perfect for specialized applications.

Marshall invites all broadcast professionals and Pro A/V integrators to visit their stand to learn more about these exciting technologies and how they can be incorporated into their projects for enhanced audiovisual storytelling.

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