marshall_logo
For almost 30 years, Marshall Electronics has specialized in the development, manufacturing, and distribution of leading edge technology products for a wide range of professional Audio / Video applications. Our Headquarters, R&D Center, and Production operations are located within a few miles of Los Angeles International Airport in El Segundo, California. We are a privately owned American company with four distinct operating units, Broadcast / Multimedia Division, Optical Systems Division, Professional Audio Division and Cable and Connector Division. We operate manufacturing facilities in the US, China, Japan, Korea and Russia, along with an additional R&D Center in Portland, Oregon.

  • VC-12HU3 3_4 back

Stream High Quality Video and Audio with the Marshall VAC-12HU3

Free yourself from the constraints of your PC’s webcam and built-in mic! Use your own choice of sources, including high quality camera, video and audio, together with your web streaming software, with Marshall’s instant, plug and play VAC-12HU3 HDMI to USB3 converter.

The Marshall VAC-23SHU3 for Enhanced Video and Audio Streaming

vs 102 hdmi The Marshall 10-bit VAC-23SHU3 converts HDMI 2.0 or 3G-SDI (BNC) inputs to USB 3.0 output with active HDMI/3G-SDI (BNC) loop-throughs for use in live screen capture, video conferencing, or any other professional PC-based applications

Marshall VS 104 3GSDI

vs 102 hdmi 1080p/60 Full HD Video Encoder/Decoder with Stereo Embedded or Analog Audio. Supports: 3GSDI, HDSDI, SDI, HDMI and CVBS formats; Powered by PoE+ or 12VDC; Duplex RJ45 ports.


Marshall VS 103E 3G

vs 102 hdmi 1080p60 Full HD Video Encoder with Embedded Audio


Marshall VS-102 HDMI

vs 102 hdmi The VS-102-HDMI may be configured to operate as a Point-to-Point talent monitoring system. For example, the unit can operate as an encoder to compress and transmit A/V data over a LAN to another VS-102-HDSDI located in a Green Room or other location.


Marshall VS-102-HDSDI

vs 102 The Marshall VS-102-HDSDI incorporates advanced H.264 and MJPEG compression technology. This allows 50% more compression capacity over an existing IP Network, while providing optimal video transmission quality even in networks with limited bandwidth.