Kroma AEQ LM7507A11G1 2x9" Monitors

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LM7507A11G1 2x9" Monitors (1 SD/HD/3G input)

 

3 RU high, IPS screen with LED backlight, resolution: 800x480, brightness: 400 cd/m2 and contrast: 500:1. Inputs per screen:  2xPAL inputs (or 1 input + 1 output by menu),  2xSD/HD/3G-SDI with active loop-through, waveform, vectorscope and histogram, audio de-embedder, on-screen vumeters and headphones output, In-monitor display (IMD), dual tricolour tally, LTC. Rack mount included.

The 7500 series from KROMA, with monitor kits of 9”, 7”, 5” and 4”, feature high quality LED-backlight screens and a wide range of inputs; and has been enhanced with new functions like the option to display 3G signals, tools for camera calibration, and other improved functions; it is indeed the right choice for HD/3G OB Vans, sports productions and in general, whenever several signals must be monitored in a space constraint facility.

 

General Info

 

Main New Features

 

  • The monitors include independent analogue and digital inputs for each screen, with optional compatibility with 3G-SDI. The two composite inputs may be turned into an input-output by menu. The digital inputs include an active loop-through (in models with 2 inputs, the output is the signal on screen).
  • New tools have been included to assist in the signal monitoring, such as independent waveforms for Y, Cb and Cr,  vectorscope and histogram, displayed in different colours for a quick identification of each tool.
  • Audio monitoring is possible thanks to the built-in audio de-embedder and the front headphones output. The on-screen audio bars, with configurable size and blending levels, can display up to 16 channels scaled in dBFS.
  • The high resolution In-Monitor Displays (IMD), can be static (and thus manually set) or dynamic (via TSL protocol). The tally info (on screen or lamp) can be received via serial TSL protocol, or by contact closure or voltage.
  • IPS (In-Plane Switching) technology improves viewing angles and colour reproduction, while LED backlight features better uniformity and lowers consumption.