Sony BVME250A Computer Monitor
BVM was Sony discontinued series but this lineup is a replacement for recently arrived Sony BVM monitor third generation OLED model series which was discontinued in its second series. Sony third generation designed series provide with major optical improvements but uses all the features of second generation. One the current BVM series Sony BVME250A is came out with 25 inches display screen with complete eliminates shading or off axis color shift. BVME250A model is specially design mirrored from our successful BVM E/F Trimester EL OLED models and all of the features offered from the older BVM series are available now with the new Sony BVME250A This new master monitor delivers the same outstanding black performance, quick response with virtually no motion blur, and a wide color gamut like the BVM series.
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Sony is today more diversified entertainment company than compare with any other. Sony Corporation is a group of Japan base company mainly focused of electronics, video games, TV, Music entertainment system and mobiles. Recently in September 2014 Sony has participated its big participation in world’s most famous trade show of International Consumer Electronics and Home Appliances (IFA) in Berlin, Germany. Sony was not out the picture, exhibiting by the showcase of most famous third generation monitor released. More details pertaining with Sony BVM series of monitor range which also include the BVME250A with complete eliminates shading or off axis color shift. Sony BVME250A is very particular summery of features that have in BVM series.
• All models offer full HD resolution display at 1920 x 1080
• 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 for
• 3G with auto sensing, Dual link, Analog Composite , Analog Component, HDMI, or Display Port
• Inputs as 4:2:2 or 4:4:4 Specific color temperature Brightness and contrast presets Signal matrix Color Profile
• Image input to display time is less than one frame with any current format
• Removes issues with audio timing in complex facility systems multiple color gamut display
• Both Ethernet and parallel remote control, Ethernet control supports SDAP broadcast As many as 30 displays
• BVM, PVM, and LMD mode ls capable to controlled from one BKM 16R control panel Transfer of monitor configuration and settings
• Menu password protection Simple monitor software upgrade for new A series monitors upgrades are free of charge