LOV Box Xtreme released
LOV Engineering has recently unveiled their “LIVE” streaming dual patent-pending “LOV Box” technology, consisting of the LOV Box Xtreme for SD (Standard Definition) and the LOV Box HDXtreme for HD (High Definition), catering to folks who are still stuck with fat, chunky SD TVs as well as those rocking to new slim HDTVs. Both of these units are highly powertable and receives juice from a six-hour battery, with the option for A/C in case you’re within the vicinity of a power outlet. Other inputs comprise of IEEE 1394, HDSDI, HDMI, BNC, RCA along with balanced stereo XLR audio inputs.
One of the main benefits from “LOV Box” technology is the ability for this IPTV solution to offer virtually any television network or niche broadcaster the very real possibility to stream live content via the internet. At this point in time, programming and live breaking news are distributed through satellites, or an MSO at a huge cost with limited market reach. With ‘LOV Box’ technology and its streaming solution, the cost is greatly reduced in order to extend one’s reach to even more global audience throughout the day, no matter what time it is. According to USA LOV Representative Jerry Gonzalez, “Our streaming solution was designed around not having competing media players so that everyone across any OS platform can view endless multimedia content without worrying about downloading software or experiencing system conflicts or hang-ups.”
To put it in a nutshell, LOV Engineering’s streaming technology allows you to view the first Live, Full Screen, High Resolution with Minimum Delay online streaming technology without having to download files. This is made possible by converting live analog video source into analog media and/or digital media for streaming process. This enables folks to transmit their own content through a live feed via LOV Engineering’s processors directly to a corporate website with minimal delay.