The new 7000 series Monitors from KROMA features a whole new range of functions to improve video signal monitoring. The monitors accept composite video, SD/HD/3G-SDI, analogue and digital audio, as well as DVI-I and HDMI inputs. Signal quality may be monitored by on-screen waveforms (independent for Y, Cb and Cr), vectorscope and histogram. Improved VU-meters, dynamic in-monitor displays (IMD) and dual tricolour tally light are also included.
YOUR GATEWAY TO HD.... High quality HD TFT Broadcast Monitors, customer configurable with Optional SD, HD and Composite inputs.
The new TRUEBLACK series from KROMA is based on a new generation of LCD screens with IPS-Pro technology. Developed originally for medical applications, this technology provides a better display of black, improved uniformity of colours and better performance in wide angles.
Affordable SD.... High quality SD TFT Broadcast Monitors, customer configurable with Optional SD, HD and Composite inputs.
The new KROMA QS series are currently available in three sizes 17", 24" and 46". With 8 PAL/SD/HD-SDI autosensing inputs and 2xDVI inputs, the monitors can work as video preselectors, with front panel selection control. Additional features include In-monitor displays (IMD), VU-meters and configurable dynamic tally and LTC.
The new 7500 preview monitors have been expanded with new audio and video I/O outputs, including 3G-SDI. New functions have been also implemented to support the signal monitoring and calibration, such as precission vumeters and headphone output, In-Monitor display (IMD), on-screen tally, waveform, vectorscope and histogram. The monitors are available in different versions, depending on the inputs required.
Lightweight and with low power consumption, the SD-HD/SDI Preview monitor range with backlight LED technology are ideal for OB units, Control Rooms and multiple source monitoring.
The hybrid intercom system from KROMA is implemented by the hybrid matrixes TH5000. These units are provided with 4 analogue (4-wires) ports for external audio sources, digital ports (KROMA proprietary protocol, for digital panels and interfaces) and IP ports (for IP panels and beltpacks). There are three versions available in 12, 24 and 48 ports, upgreadable by software.
The IP linkers can add IP ports to systems that cannot manage them natively, like a digital intercom matrix. This way, it is possible to connect remote panels though an IP connection.
The user panel series from KROMA offer a variety of connection options and user interfaces, including analogue, digital and IP audio ports