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TLM-170L

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TLM-170L

Desktop 17.3" 3G-SDI Full HD LCD Monitor

Product Code: DATA-TLM170L

Suggested Retail Price £895+VAT

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Stock status: In Stock; available from resellers

Kit List

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  • 17.3" Full HD 1920 x 1080p LCD Panel with Underscan and Overscan menu options
  • Digital Video Inputs: 3G-SDI video input with loop-through output and two HDMI inputs
  • Support embedded audio on SDI & HDMI (Ver. 1.3)
  • Front Panel Head phone 3.5mm stereo jack socket for discrete audio monitoring
  • Front Panel Buttons allow quick and easy selection of source input as well as Aspect Ratio, Blue only, Pattern (Colour Bars), Menu and audio controls
  • Colour temperature menu option has 3 modes (6500K, 9300K, 7500K and user defined)
  • Individual adjustment of Brightness, Contrast, Colour Saturation and LED Backlight Level for each monitor
  • OSD audio level peak meter for SDI and HDMI based digital audio inputs.
  • On screen overlays for frame marker 80%, 90%, 4:3 marker, Central Mark and Cinema Zone Marker
  • Bi-colour Tally light and 3.5mm Jack Tally input socket.
  • USB 2.0 port for easy update of firmware with a USB 2.0 pen drive.
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Ready, Set, Present

Conferences, huddle rooms and presentations are fast paced environments where time is money and the audience does not like to wait. This is where an AV converter like the DAC-75T just thrives. Your speaker wants to connect their laptop and see it displayed or projected straight away. They may have VGA, DVI, HDMI, Display Port or even SDI. So not getting the picture and fiddling with tiny dip switches, in a dark room, is what they want to avoid. Especially when there is no tech guy around.

Terms that just won’t go away!

We have moved on since the 80s and 90s and left terms such as Betamax and S-Video languishing in museums (http://www.obsoletemedia.org/). Underscan and Overscan still crop up, however, in monitor specs. These terms have their roots in old analogue television, when using CRTs or Cathode Ray Tube monitors and TV sets. Due to the way the electron gun worked inside the old TV tube part of the outside edge of the image was intentionally cropped as it was not the same image quality.

  • 1 x TLM-170L Unit
  • 1 x AD Switch DC 12V
  • 1 x Monitor Stand
  • 2 x Velcro

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