Contemporary Research Marks Down QMOD-HD Encoder Modulators

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The What: Contemporary Research has reduced the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Prices of its family of QMOD-HD encoder modulators by 10 to 20 percent, according to Sales Vice President Janine Davis.

The What Else: The new MSRPs for the current products are $1,885 for the QMOD-HD, $2,295 for the QMOD-HDSC, and $2,395 for the QMOD-SDI. “The new pricing brings affordable HD content distribution to those who have been awaiting a high quality, commercial modulator, at a lower per channel cost,” according to Ms. Davis.

The Bottom Line: The reduction precedes the introduction of three next generation QMODs at the InfoComm trade show in Orlando, FL in June.

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