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Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Sony Adds Slim Models To Trimaster EL Professional OLED Line


Sony's newest professional OLED monitors combine slim and easily portable designs with the OLED technology's features of high color accuracy, contrast and picture quality.

The new models (PVM-A250, 25-inch and PVM-A170, 17-inch) achieve approximately 40 percent reductions in depth and weight compared to previous Sony models, delivering more flexibility for live program production and broadcast truck applications.

To achieve the new monitors' decreased weight and depth, Sony re-engineered their entire design, from the chassis to the OLED panel module's structure to the signal processing board, material and parts. Power consumption is also reduced by nine percent in the PVM-A250 and 14 percent in the PVM-A170 monitor, compared to previous Sony models.



On the new models' chassis, the connectors are sunken into the body of the monitor to protect them from abuse in the field. Also protecting the panel and cabinet is an optional panel protection kit with corner bumpers. This kit can also help maintain high image quality by reducing outside light reflection.

Other operational improvements over previous models include an I/P conversion system that automatically optimizes signal processing according to input signals, with low latency (less than 0.5 field). Users can also upgrade the monitors via ethernet cable for future feature enhancements.

The new monitors will be available in January 2014 at suggested list prices of $4899.99 for the PVM-A170 and $6899.99 for the PVM-A250.




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