Products

TV One Adds Two New Professional LCD Monitors

1/03/2006 3:00 AM Eastern

TV One Adds Two New Professional LCD Monitors

Jan 3, 2006 8:00 AM




Providing sharp images with exceptional off-axis viewing angles and striking brightness and contrast ratios, TV One's new large LCD monitors for the professional market come complete with built-in, freestanding desktop support, making them ideal for studio and remote applications. The 19in. LM-1911R and 15in. LM-1511R feature high-brightness, active matrix LCD displays employing a unique rackmount design that tilts up or down to optimize the viewing angle. Also included is an integrated swivel stand on the rear of each unit to allow tabletop use.

Two looping composite video inputs as well as S-Video capability and excellent computer display characteristics add video versatility to the mounting functionality offered by the LM-1911R and LM-1511R. Both models have dual composite video, dual stereo audio inputs/outputs, and automatically terminated composite video inputs. An S-Video input is also provided for component signals, in addition to PC input that can accommodate resolutions up to SXGA for the LM-1911R and XGA for the LM-1511R.

Flicker-free with low radiation, these LCD monitors are space-savers, and their built-in power supply features low power consumption. NTSC and PAL television standards are supported and automatically detected. Dual built-in speakers are driven by 2W amplifiers to provide stereo audio monitoring capabilities.

Both units feature a menu that contains all the necessary controls to adjust contrast, brightness, color, hue, and other parameters for optimum monitor performance. Results of these adjustments can be viewed via the OSD.

The TV One LM-1911R and LM-1511R LCD monitors are now shipping, priced at $1,895 and $1,495 respectively.

For more information, visit www.tvone.com.


Want to read more stories like this?
Get our Free Newsletter Here!
Past Issues
June 2015

May 2015

April 2015

March 2015

February 2015

January 2015

December 2014

November 2014