The SmallHD 703 Bolt 7" is a battery operated wireless monitor - receiver combo. The Bolt can receive uncompressed HD wireless signals from Bolt 500, 1000, or 3000 transmitters up to 300' away with no perceptible latency. Dual ports allow for A/B viewing of two SDI signals. The secondary port can be assigned as an output for sending an SDI signal to another monitor or switcher - all without a maze of power and signal cables!
Uncompressed Video & Audio Transmission
Supports Resolutions up to 1080p60
3000' Distance with <1 ms Latency
Panel Antenna Array Improves Reception
Dynamic Frequency Selection
SDI/HDMI Inputs & Outputs
Cross Convert HDMI/SDI via Transmission
Video Output via USB 3.0 GRAB Engine
Cables & Accessories
The Teradek Bolt 1000 SDI/HDMI Wireless Video transmission system can transmit 1080/60p video up to 1,000' line-of-sight with less than 1 ms of latency! The USB GRAB engine streams the uncompressed video straight out of the receiver and into a PC for immediate recording.
The Warner Music Group hired us to produce a dozen Carnegie Hall concert videos.
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We captured awe-inspiring performances.
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