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Sony Trinitron CRT technology offers many benefits to users. The vertical flatness of the screen reduces the ambient light reflection. It also offers very bright, high contrast pictures combined with high picture resolution, low uniformity and purity errors.
Sony Trinitron CRT technology offers very high picture quality for the finest picture reproduction.
This monitor is capable of displaying each input format at its native frequency and resolution with an extreme degree of colour accuracy. It accepts the following format:
575/50i, 480/60i, 575/50p, 480/60p, 1080/24PsF, 1080/50i, 1080/60i, 720/60p, 720/50p
Using two HD-SDI connectors in a pair, the BVM-A Series allows a variety of digital 4:4:4 HD signals to be accepted. This feature ensures precise and sharp colour reproduction.
With the BVM-A Series, white can be reproduced uniformly on every point of the screen, even in the peripheral area, using the digital uniformity circuit.
Sony high resolution HR Trinitron CRT's are all equipped with EBU standard phosphors. The tight tolerances of the EBU standard guarantee a precise colour reproduction.
This feature will allow you to match the white and black level of your various monitors to the recommended standard. In addition to the EBU phosphors a precise picture reproduction is obtained.
With the use of a memory stick,, you can save and download all monitor set-ups such as the input channel configuration, control preset adjustments, white balance settings and maintenance parameters.
Depending on your requirement, the most appropriate decoders can simply be inserted in the option slots at the rear of the monitor.
Up to 32 monitors can be fully controlled through this serial remote interface by a separate control unit BKM-15R.
The BVM-A Series monitors support the SNMP protocol through their Ethernet ports, allowing maintenance information to be monitored and logged on compatible remote maintenance software * A future feature (by the end of April 2006)