Marshall Electronics Brings Latest Monitors to NAB 2019

At the 2019 NAB Show, Marshall Electronics will show two new products for production and confidence monitoring that feature built-in HDMI/HDSDI conversion and ultra-high-definition (UHD) support.

The new Marshall V-LCD173HR Production Monitor and the V-R241-4K Master Confidence Monitor both offer the company’s latest panel technology for high brightness and ultra sharp image reproduction.

The V-LCD173HR is 17.3-inch professional production monitor with HDMI/HDSDI conversion capability in a 6RU rack. The Marshall V-LCD173HR can monitor up to two audio channels, and features built-in histogram, peaking, false color, exposure and adjustable safety markers.It has versatile mounting options and is REC 709 compliant, so it can find a home in any kind of production room.

Users will have confidence knowing their video images will come out looking exactly the way they intend, and the monitor enables users to get accurate analytics on their video image for precise broadcast, live stream and cinema production uses.

The V-R241-4K is an ultra-high-definition master confidence monitor that is perfect for remote production trucks, broadcast studios and editing rooms. The V-R241-4K comes with waveform and vectorscope functions along with in-monitor displays (IMD/UMD), tally, text and time code. It includes 16-channel audio bars, closed captioning decoding, built-in speakers and more.

For system integrators, the V-R241-4K has multiple ports for control over Ethernet, RS422/485, RS232 and GPI. The V-R241-4K is also compatible with controllers from Extron, AMX, TSL Products, Image Video, Evertz and many other common control interfaces, making it a great choice for use in remote production, among other applications.

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