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Titan 9000

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The Titan 9000 series allows users to monitor HDMI/DVI/VGA/YPbPr, SDI (3G/HD/SD) and CVBS input sources in a single card via a full HD 1080p output. Up to four cards can be installed in a 1RU chassis.
High flexibility is achieved through internal multiple path cascading.

Titan 9000

Multi-Format multiviewer with cascading and video wall processing capability.

Key Features

Signal Mix and Match: Various card types ranging from HDMI/DVI/VGA/YPbPr to SDI (3G/HD/SD) and CVBS, each with its own full HD 1080p output.
Extensive Video Control: Include free-scaling windows up to full screen size, PiP layering, flexible layout configurations and OSD settings.
Internal Cascade Architecture Video Wall Operation: Allows grouping of any 2, 3, or 4 cards for displaying 8, 12, and 16 image/video on one screen simply by drag-and-drop on the GUI.
Scalable Configuration: Expand multiviewing beyond 16 sources; cascading multiple Titan 9000 allows up to 160 image/video sources to be monitored on one display.


The Titan 9000 modular multiviewer allows monitoring of HDMI/DVI/VGA/YPbPr and SDI/CVBS sources simultaneously on single or multiple screens. Its 1RU chassis can house a variety of four field-serviceable multiviewer cards.
Each card features quad-view display with WUXGA/1080p clarity, free-scaling windows, essential on-screen graphics and alarming schemes for a wide variety of applications.

Internal cascading enables individual cards to be grouped and display up to 16 sources over a single multiviewer output. Duplicated multiview display can be simultaneously monitored from any of the grouped cards without the need for external DA.

Scalable architecture allows user to cascade multiple Titan 9000s for larger monitoring needs. With up to 10 units externally cascaded, the expanded system facilitates monitoring 150 sources on single screen, or across a 2×2 video wall with the HOB cards.


1RU chassis houses up to four independent and field-serviceable multiviewer cards.
Various cards support multi-rate SDI, CVBS, HDMI, DVI, VGA, and YPbPr source signals.
Internal cascade allows grouping of any 2/3/4 cards for displaying 8/12/16 sources on one screen; or duplicated onto multiple screens without external DA.
Cascading of multiple units (up to 10 units) via HDMI expands multiview display up to 160 sources.
HOB output card supports 1×2 or 2×2 video wall multiview display along with built-in HDBaseT extender for up to 100m signal transmission.
HDMI output supports embedded audio; stereo phono jack audio with delay for video sync.
HDMI® and HDCP compliant.
Dynamic software control from distance over TCP/IP; or use the built-in LCD panel for basic operation.
Redundant dual DC power supply with user-definable power failure alarming scheme.
Up to 14 presets can be saved and recalled per card.
Pass MIL-STD-810G test method 514.6 for US truck under random vibration while in operation.

Feature Highlights


Independent Quad-View Configuration

A fully loaded Titan 9000 can accommodate up to 4 multiviewer cards, each fulfills standard 4-input-to-1-display applications.
Each multiviewer output can be customized as independent quad-split, full-screen, or any multiview layout with free-scaling windows dynamically configured via the Phoenix-Q software.

Internal Cascade Configuration

Titan 9000’s built-in cascading architecture routes any 2, 3, or 4 multiviewer cards in a chassis as one integrated
multiviewing system. Flexible card grouping on the Phoenix-Q software allows user to view all sources from the cascaded cards through their respective outputs. Cascading all 4 cards facilitates monitoring of up to 16 sources on a display without compromising image quality and window layout flexibility.

Internal Cascade and Duplication Configuration

Flexible cascading architecture supports duplicating any output across multiple displays (up to 4 per chassis).
This allows studio monitoring, post-application, and command-and-control operations to be conducted concurrently at multiple user consoles.

External Cascade Configuration

A Titan 9000 physically connected to a second unit adds all inputs from the first unit to the second one.
This enhances multiviewing capability beyond 16 sources of a single chassis.
Receiving externally cascaded signals from an upstream unit (Unit ID: 1), Titan 9000 (Unit ID: 2) is capable of
displaying up to 32 sources via one display and can be resized/repositioned per application needs.

External Cascade Configuration

Utilizing external cascade allows user to consecutively connect up to 10 Titan 9000 units and monitor 160 sources on one display (multiple displays when duplicated). All cascaded units are controlled as a single integrated system via one instance of Phoenix-Q software. This unmatched flexibility of system expansion dynamically meets the changing monitoring requirements without the need to replace the existing system.


Each video wall can be independently configured to have varied screen numbers and layout, display resolutions,
and bezel width, meeting demands of multiple video walls that may employ different multi-screen arrays or screen selections.

HOB Module – Video Wall Display

The HOB output card scales the multiviewer output onto a 1×2 dual-screen video wall (2×2 quad-screen when using two HOB cards).
Pixel-accurate bezel adjustment ensures seamless image alignment on the wall display.
Fully compatible with HDBaseT standard and Avitech Pacific X-HDUR receiver, Titan 9000 delivers uncompressed multiviewing solution that can be concurrently accessed at both local and remote consoles 100 meters away.

Router/Switcher Integration

Titan 9000 can be easily paired with third-party routers, production switchers, and tally interface devices to meet complex monitoring needs of a production/studio environment. Upon routing a source to a designated window, Titan 9000 compliant to TSL protocol automatically retrieves mnemonic database from routers/switchers over Ethernet/serial interface, instantly updating label/UMD and tally status on the window.

CHASSIS Up to 4 Cards in 1RU
REAR PANEL Input 1 x RJ-45 (Ethernet)
1 x RJ-45 (RS-232 for TSL UMD protocol control)
1 x RJ-45 (RS-485 for communication cascade input)
1 x HDMI (for video cascade input)
1 x BNC (LTC input)
Output 1 x Stereo Phono Jack (stereo/headphone)
1 x RJ-45 (RS-485 for communication cascade output)


Titan 9000 4H CARD (HDMI input)
Input 4 x HDMI (video/audio)
Automatic sensing of input signals (resolution up to 1920 x 1200)
Output 1 x HDMI (video/audio)
Max. Resolution 1920 x 1200 (WUXGA) @50/60 Hz
1600 x 1200 (UXGA) @75 Hz


Titan 9000 2H2V CARD (HDMI/DVI/VGA/YPbPr input)
Input 2 x HDMI (video/audio)
2 x DVI-I (video; audio for HDMI mode only)
Automatic sensing of input signals (resolution up to 1920 x 1200)
Output 1 x HDMI (video/audio)
Max. Resolution 1920 x 1200 (WUXGA) @50/60 Hz
1600 x 1200 (UXGA) @75 Hz


Titan 9000 3G Plus-1 CARD (SDI/CVBS input)
Input 4 x BNC
Automatic input signal sensing of SDI (3G/HD/SD) / CVBS (NTSC/PAL)
Output 1 x BNC
Resolution at 1080p and 720p @50/60 Hz
1 x HDMI (video/audio)
Max. Resolution 1920 x 1200 (WUXGA) @50/60 Hz
1600 x 1200 (UXGA) @75 Hz


Titan 9000 HOB CARD (video wall output)
Output 2 x DVI (video; audio for HDMI mode only)
2 x HDBaseT (video/audio)
Display or extend multiview output onto 1×2 video wall; or 2×2 video wall with two HOB cards
Max. Resolution 1920 x 1200 (WUXGA) @50/60 Hz
1600 x 1200 (UXGA) @75 Hz
1080p transmission over UTP up to 100m


POWER REQUIREMENTS 100−240V AC / 24V DC Adapter / Max. 110 Watt
DIMENSION (LxWxH) 17.28 x 12.20 x 1.75 inch (43.90 x 31.00 x 4.44 cm)
WEIGHT 9.26 lbs (4.20 kg)
Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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