- Deep Black with high dynamic range
- Blur-free motion image
- Wide color gamut and accurate picture reproduction
- Nonlinear Cubic Conversion color management system
- Highly-accurate I/P conversion with delay-free pictures
- 3G-SDI x 2, HDMI x 1 standard input, Option slot x 4
- Robust metal chassis
Sony's OLED – Self-emitting Display Device
Sony's OLED creates light by recombining an electron and a hole within certain organic materials. The process of emitting light
is extremely efficient when compared to other technologies currently used for display.
Its organic materials react to the control of the electrical current immediately, and do not emit light in the absence of an
electrical current. In this way, the OLED display panel features superb black performance and quick response to fast-motion
pictures. In addition, Sony's OLED display panel delivers a wider color gamut.
Super Top Emission Technology
Sony's Super Top Emission OLED panel is designed to deliver
light emission with the TFT layer on the rear side of the panel.
Therefore, the top emission structure offers more efficient light
emission than is typical with bottom emission structures where
TFT layers are placed on the front side of the panel, limiting
the light-emission aperture.
This Super Top Emission technology has a micro-cavity
structure which incorporates color filters. This cavity structure
uses an optical resonance effect to enhance color purity and
improve light-emission efficiency. In addition, the color filter of
each RGB also enhances the color purity of emitted light, and
reduces ambient light reflection.
Sony's Super Top Emission OLED panel is completely sealed
by a glass substrate, and the electroluminescent layer is fully
isolated from outside air and moisture. This contributes to
stability and reliability.
Dedicated Sony's OLED Processor*
The BVM-E and PVM Series of OLED monitors incorporate newly developed OLED-dedicated signal processors to elicit and
maximize OLED panel performance. This technology allows these TRIMASTER EL monitors to provide the level of performance
required for critical imaging. These processors accurately control gamma and uniformity, and deliver precision stability control.
* The PVM-740 is equipped with a different processing technology (ChromaTRU™).
Accurate gamma control
Since Sony's OLED panel can display a deeper black than
any other display device, the OLED processor controls
gamma accuracy (black reproduction) by increased signal
processing bit depth.
Superb uniformity control
Sony's OLED processor offers superb uniformity across all signal levels at every point of the screen. At the factory, OLED-panel
uniformity is precisely measured and corrected using a proprietary RGB LUT (look-up table) adjustment system.
Accurate Black Reproduction
A key advantage of Sony's OLED is the fact that each pixel
can be turned completely off. No other display technology
is able to offer this. LCD either raises black luminance due
to intrinsic light leakage,
or reduces black luminance with artificial local dimming
technologies. CRT always applies a bias voltage to place the
gun at the proper operating level. All of these display devices
have some limitation in accuracy of black reproduction. In
comparison, Sony's OLED is capable of reproducing accurate
black with each individual pixel, enabling users to evaluate
each picture image faithfully to the signal.
Accurate Colour Reproduction
Sony's Super Top Emission technology not only offers a wide color gamut with its purity of the three primary colors, but also
maintains this wide color gamut throughout the entire luminance range. While all other display devices have limitations in
reproducing accurate colors, especially in the low signal levels, Sony's OLED system is truly an ideal display device for picture
evaluation. With OLED, users see the details in the blacks, and see the colors as well.
Quick Response with Virtually No Motion Blur
The Sony's OLED gray-to-gray switching speed (measured in microseconds, μs) is much faster than that of the LCD (measured
in milliseconds, ms).* This fast response benefits a variety of applications and uses. For example, in sports broadcasting, when
camera pans would become blurred with an LCD, they remain sharp and clear with OLED. And with moving titles or graphics,
when text can be difficult to read on an LCD, OLED displays clear text, regardless of speed or direction.
*According to Sony test results
High Contrast Performance
Sony's OLED delivers the best contrast performance in all ambient light conditions compared to other display devices. From
dark environments to bright environments, black is black.
An LCD cannot display an accurate black in a dark environment due to intrinsic light leakage, and a CRT screen becomes
whitish in a bright environment where ambient light enters the thick glass on the surface, affecting the blacks of the image with