JVC’s New Range Of High Endurance, High Definition LCD Displays

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IBC was chosen by JVC for the first ever showing of the new range of large, that is to say extremely large, professional LCD display monitors aimed at broadcast control rooms, OB vans, high class digital signage and corporate information markets.

The diagonal screen sizes of 65”, 52” and 46” are all full HD screen arrays of 1920 x 1080 pixels.

The qualities which make these new LCD monitors so truly professional are their build-quality and durability. They are specifically designed for displaying images 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.

With such reliability and longevity combining with the uppermost level of high definition imaging, these giant LCD monitors are targeting the seriously top end display applications, where only the very best will suffice.

Such applications could be as multi-view displays in broadcast control studios and OB vans, in large CAD/CAM workstations, in specialist round-the-clock monitoring rooms and in conference halls, notably where projection is not suited or is not feasible.

Other obvious uses are as point of sales (POS) and point of information (POI) displays, such as may be required for superior networked digital signage systems, like TV-TOOLS from JVC.

As to be expected of such displays, they are rich with features, like picture-in-picture (PiP), picture-by-picture (PbP) and tile matrix. Connectivity covers all possibilities: analogue and digital, video and data, looped-through DVI with wired remote control via RS-232.

Although the LCD displays come in the three sizes of 46”, 52” and 65”, there are actually four models in total, because 65” has a different model number according to whether it will be mounted in landscape or portrait mode.

The range has a common prefix is GD-FH standing for Graphic Display – Full HD, 1920 x 1080. With a base stand supplied as standard, other mounting methods are included in the optional accessories.

Prices start at under £4,000 and the range is available from November 2007.

Source: Broadcastbuyer

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