The PVM-1741 “All in one” OLED picture monitor delivers unparalleled picture quality with high-value performance features and functions, all in a compact design. Sony’s 17-inch Super Top Emission OLED display panel benefits from superb black performance, wide colour gamut, and quick response with virtually no motion blur. By combining the Sony OLED display panel (Full HD, 10-bit driver) and Sony’s OLED processing technologies, the PVM-1741 OLED monitor delivers groundbreaking picture quality.
- The PVM-1741 has an external remote control capability for input/output signal selection and adjustment of various items via Ethernet (10BASE-T/100BASETX) connection.
- The PVM-1741 monitor employs a software-based white balance calibration function, which is called AutoWhiteBalance. Combined with a PC and commercially available calibration tool*, this function enables simple adjustment of the monitor’s white balance.
- Quick Response with Blur-free Motion Because the OLED Electro-Luminescent layer inherently responds to any electrical current input, it emits light immediately. By this mechanism, excellent quick response characteristics can be achieved in fast-motion images. This efficient, blur-free, fast response benefits a variety of applications and scenes, eg. in sports broadcasting, monitoring of camera panning and text scrolling.
Details of the Sony PVM1741:
Sony OLED with Full HD and RGB 10-bit driver
The PVM-1741 OLED panel features a Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080) and RGB 10-bit driver together with Sony’s Super Top Emission OLED display panel to create life-like and smoother-than-ever gradation from dark to bright portions of a scene such as in a sunrise or sunset.
TRIMASTER EL design architecture
TRIMASTER Technology is a design architecture used to bring out the full performance capabilities of professional flat-panel displays. It comprises the core technologies that enable the highest level of colour accuracy, precision imaging, and picture-quality consistency. EL (Electro-Luminescence) is an ideal display device of self emission with high dynamic range and high picture quality. With the new "EL" device refining the "TRIMASTER" technology, Sony now re-defines the professional industry with "TRIMASTER EL" line ups.
Superb Black Performance
Thanks to the Sony OLED display panels, the deep black can be accurately displayed and the black portion of an image is not raised.
Wide Colour Gamut and High-Purity Deep Colour Reproduction Sony
OLED is a display device with a wide colour gamut offering not only colour gamuts of broadcast standards (ITU-RU BT.709, EBU, SMPTE-C), but also offers the widest colour gamut of the Sony OLED panel Sony’s Super Top Emission technology is using micro-cavity and colour filters. Sony’s micro-cavity structure uses an optical resonance effect and its colour filters enhance the colour purity of each RGB colour. This combination is also effective in reducing ambient light reflection, and consequently deep colour reproduction can be achieved without colour degradation, even in bright environments.
Quick Response with Blur-free Motion
Because the OLED Electro-Luminescent layer inherently responds to any electrical current input, it emits light immediately. By this mechanism, excellent quick response characteristics can be achieved in fast-motion images. This efficient, blur-free, fast response benefits a variety of applications and scenes, eg. in sports broadcasting, monitoring of camera panning and text scrolling.
The PVM-1741 monitor incorporates a newly-developed OLED processor to bring out the full performance of the Sony OLED panels. This OLED processor offers superb uniformity across everywhere on the screen. At the factory, the OLED panel uniformity is precisely measured and corrected using a sophisticated RGB LUT (Look-Up Table) adjustment system.
I/P Mode Selection
The PVM-1741 monitor provides three I/P modes so that users can select the most suitable mode for each purpose: INTER-FIELD: This mode interpolates images between fields. This is used for picture quality precedence (eg. to reduce the jagged effect on moving pictures). FIELD MERGE: This mode combines lines alternately in odd and even fields, regardless of picture movements. This is used for PsF (Progressive Segmented Frame) processing and still image monitoring. LINE DOUBLER: This mode interpolates by repeating each line. This is used for editing and monitoring fast-moving images and checking line flicker. The minimum processing time is less than one field (0.5 frames).
Lightweight Compact Design – Flexible Styling For Picture Monitoring
The PVM-1741 incorporate a lightweight, compact metal body, and its style can flexibly be changed according to the user’s application: a desktop with standard stands, or with an optional stand SU-561, or without a stand for wall application. The monitor supports VESA mounting of 100 mm pitch and an EIA 19-inch standard rack with rackmount bracket. These features are flexible for a variety of users applications, such as desktop editing, office viewing, monitor wall in studio-sub and installing in OB Vans.
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