Sony BVM-E250A TRIMASTER EL™ broadcast reference monitor.
Sony BVM-E250A For professional applications such as colour grading, high-end editing, broadcasting and scientific research, Sony’s leading edge Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) technology and signals processing technology ensures absolutely outstanding performance with the BVM-E250A.
The colour shift depending on the viewing angle has reduced to less than half compared to a conventional OLED panel. It allows several people to evaluate the image with extreme accuracy at the same time, increasing the monitor’s versatility in top end monitoring solutions.
Sony BVM-E250A Super Top Emission technology enhances OLED’s intrinsic benefits to deliver outstanding black performance, a quick response time with virtually no motion blur, and a wide colour gamut. A 12-bit output digital signal processing engine provides a nonlinear cubic conversion colour-management system that delivers precise colour reproduction, stunning picture uniformity, smoother-than-ever gamma performance, and picture quality consistency.
Accepts computer signals via HDMI
The Sony BVM-E250A accepts various computer signals input up to 1920 x 1080 through its HDMI connector. It is also equipped with Digital Cinema features.
This product also comes with PrimeSupport – fast, hassle-free repairs and a helpline offering expert technical advice which gives you the peace of mind.
Superb picture quality and image stability
New OLED panel virtually eliminates any off axis color shading Precision imaging achieved using high resolution OLED panels
Uses optional BKM 16R control panel
Input configuration flexibility The 10 key panel used on the BKM 16R can have any input channel configured
Inputs as 4:2:2 or 4:4:4 Specific color temperature Brightness and contrast presets Signal matrix Color Profile Marker setting Channel name RGB bit level range I/P decode on/off
Image input to display time is less than one frame with any current format
Sony BVM-E250A Removes issues with audio timing in complex facility systems Multiple color gamut display (SMPTE C, EBU, ITU-R BT709)
Both Ethernet and parallel remote control
Sony BVM-E250A Ethernet control supports SDAP broadcast As many as 30 displays (BVM, PVM, and LMD models) can be controlled from one BKM 16R control panel Transfer of monitor configuration and settings