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.
The new KROMA QS Monitor series is based on three models, 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 input selection. Additional features such as In-monitor displays (IMD), VU-metres and configurable dynamic tally and LTC are also included.
KROMA LM3000 Series monitors are an inexpensive range with a quality and resolution equal to the 6000 Series, designed for PAL and SD-SDI settings, with analogue and SD-SDI inputs as default. These monitors are available in two formats: with and without key-pads allowing for individual configuration through the controls or simultaneous system configuration through remote control.
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KROMA LM6000 series monitors, as standard, come with a DVI input for PC conection and RGB components. Other available formats (PAL, SD-SDI, HD-SDI) can be enabled as required either during manufacturing or in the field through the front key-pad password-activation.