Among the new products showcased at the TV Logic press conference were a 4K monitor, a broadcast
monitor, a Studio Wall Monitor Series and a Rack Monitor Series, all of which contain significant
advancements in resolution and color technology.
“What makes these different is that we put everything you can think of into these monitors,” said Wes
Donahue, TV Logic’s director of channel sales and marketing.
“These monitors have audio meters, timecode display, waveform/vectorscope and multiple inputs,”
Donahue said while introducing the Rack Monitor Series.
The Studio Wall Monitor Series was another highlight, displaying monitors in sizes from 17.3 inches
to 55 inches, and all controlled by a remote PC running TV Logic’s Observer software. This free
software allows the user to control all monitors in the array collectively or individually.
The LUM-310A Ultra High-Definition monitor stole the show with its vivid images displayed in
4096×2160 resolution. This is a true 10-bit monitor with a deep color space of 1.07 billion colors and
a contrast ratio of 1450:1.
Adding to its broadcast line, TV Logic also introduced the LVM-170A Broadcast Monitor, a 17.3-inch
model with 1920×1080 resolution, Rec. 709 color gamut, SDI, HDMI and DVI inputs.