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"The New Black". Super Top Emission Technology, Next Generation Master Monitors.

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4K TRIMASTER EL Monitor

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4K Resolution, High Dynamic Range (HDR) and Ultra HAD/REC. 2020 Color.

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The new Pro BRAVIA professional full HD LED display

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Sony's canvas redefines the giant display landscape.

What constitutes the ultimate picture quality? Amazing contrast. Saturated color. Brilliant white. Deep black. Sony's new canvas is a giant display that delivers it all – and so much more. It's the ideal choice for life-size displays in architectural and automotive design. And it's the ultimate display for board rooms, theme parks, museums, broadcast studios, corporate lobbies, real estate showrooms and medical education.

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ISE 2017 Best of Show
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InfoComm 2016 Best of Show
rAVe InfoComm 2016
Best Overall New Product
and Best New Technology

The display's light source is Sony's innovative CLEDIS™ (Crystal LED Integrated Structure) technology, which combines ultrafine LEDs and unique surface mounting to deliver a visual experience beyond any conventional LED array.

For giant displays, it's a whole new world.

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Beautiful black

The richest contrast starts with the deepest black. That's why Sony's engineers designed the canvas with a surface area that's more than 99% black. To make this happen, Sony developed ultrafine LEDs, measuring about half the thickness of a human hair. Yet microscopically small as this light source is, it's amazingly powerful. So contrast is more than 1,000,000:1 – far beyond the reach of conventional LEDs.

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The image is so powerful because each pixel is only 0.003 mm2, enabling more than 99% of the surface area to be black. Sony's self-emitting display technology uses Red, Green and Blue ultrafine LEDs mounted on the display surface, with each pixel emitting light independently.

Brilliant peak white

If you want to dazzle your audiences, Sony's display is a brilliant choice, delivering brightness of up to 1000 cd/m2 (1000 nits). And this is not just brightness for the sake of brightness. Future releases of the system are expected to support High Dynamic Range (HDR). In anticipation, the display offers astonishing pictures with 10-bit color depth, wide color gamut (140% of sRGB) and a maximum rate of 120 frames per second.

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Full HD (1920 x 1080)

Manageable array size

With some LED displays, a Full HD installation is just too large, and 4K is out of the question. But with Sony's display, a Full HD array is 110 inches diagonal, while a 4K Ultra HD array is 220 inches diagonal and about nine feet high.

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4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160)

Sony's display enables Full HD and even 4K Ultra HD arrays of manageable size.

Perfectly seamless imagery

If you don't want your picture interrupted by bezels, brightness variations or seams, you want the canvas. The screen is composed of 15-7/8 x 17-7/8 inch modules that fit together very snugly. And module-to-module color uniformity is outstanding. So even the most critical viewers can't tell that the picture spans multiple modules.

Superior contrast

In other LED arrays, the LEDs are conventional surface mounted devices (SMDs). While these look fine in dark rooms, they tend to wash out under ambient light. Thanks to Sony's innovative mounting technology, the canvas maintains phenomenal contrast. You get high impact in brightly lit environments like real estate showrooms, corporate lobbies – even under the harsh lights of television studio sets. And when ambient light is low, the picture looks even more amazing.

Conventional, surface-mounted LEDs tend to wash out under ambient light. Sony's unique LED mounting technology maximizes contrast and viewing angle.

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Nearly 180° viewing angle

On a personal display like a smartphone, viewing angle is not a major issue. But on a giant display, viewing angle is a huge deal because anyone standing close to the left side of your display is going to see the right side from quite a severe angle. Here's another performance test where Sony's original mounting technology excels. You get a viewing angle close to a perfect 180°.

The bigger your giant display, the more important viewing angle becomes. In this example, we're showing an 8K x 2K (7680 x 2160) screen.

And so much more

With the canvas, every aspect of performance is everything you expect from Sony. Moving images are blur-free with near-instant response and a maximum refresh rate of 120 fps. So it's perfect for sports and simulation. The display modules are just four inches thick. And you can operate a 3840 x 2160 display with a single control unit.

Display unit

Panel size (per unit) 15-7/8 x 17-7/8 inches (403 x 453 mm)
Number of pixels (per unit) 320 x 360 x RGB
Pixel configuration RGB LEDs
Brightness Up to approximately 1,000 cd/m2
Viewing angle Almost 180 degrees
Contrast More than 1,000,000:1
Color Approximately 140% of sRGB coverage
Frame rate Up to 120 fps

Display Controller

Dimensions 17-3/8 x 13-3/4 x 2-5/8 inches (440 x 349 x 65 mm), excluding protruding parts
Maximum input resolution (per controller) 3840 x 2160
Inputs Display Port x2, DVI-D (single link) x4
Maximum number of display units under control (per controller) 72 display units
Maximum number of controllers that can be synced together Up to 20

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