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Display Tools: Mitsubishi 

By Charissa Young

With a 1366x768 WXGA resolution, the Mitsubishi LDT421V is designed for displaying both video and moving text. ...

Display Tools: Silicon Optix  

By Trevor Boyer

Silicon Optix says that its ClearVue CV24 box can be coupled with a standard, no-frills LCD display in order to calibrate its color correctly, thereby forming a reference monitoring system for post....

Display Tools: Projectiondesign 

By Trevor Boyer

F20 sx+ Projectiondesign The F20 sx+ from Projectiondesign is certainly small enough (6.6lbs.) to move from room to room in a facility, and at 14001050,...

Display Tools: Sony 

By Trevor Boyer

At NAB, Sony made a splash with a 23.5in. LCD reference monitor that’s backlit by light-emitting diodes....

Display Tools: TV One 

By Trevor Boyer

Earlier this year, TV One introduced a new line of HDMI switchers that could allow your facility to send several different sources to an HDMI-capable HD display. 1080i, 720p, and 480i/p resolutions are all supported....

Display Tools: Gennum 

By Trevor Boyer

A company known for its products’ integration into professional displays, Gennum has had a lot of success recently with its VXP line....

Display Tools: Ikan 

By Trevor Boyer

For HDV shooters, upgrading from your camera’s included viewfinder is often a must....

Planar Announces New 57in. Direct-view LCD Display 

Planar Systems announced the availability of the m57L, a large-format direct-view LCD display...

Display Tools: Vizrt 

By Dan Ochiva

Vizrt built a broadcast graphics market around the seamless melding of live presenters within a realistic but virtual 3D computer-generated environment....

Display Tools: RK Enterprises 

By Dan Ochiva

MMR-B15 Mobile Monitor RK Enterprises Taking an LCD monitor on location presents difficulties, from screen washout caused by bright environments to cracked...

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