08.05.2003 12:00 PM
Panasonic's LCD monitors now available

Panasonic's CT-L1400 and CT-L2000 monitors are now available. The 14” and 20” LCD panels save space, have lightweight LCD technology, and incorporate Panasonic’s latest drive technologies.



Panasonic's new LCD monitors offer specifications of 450cd/m² panel brightness, 400:1 contrast ratio and a wide 160 degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles, two composite and one component video/audio input, plus built-in audio speakers

Both monitors feature Panasonic-exclusive Adaptive Intensity (AI) technology to boost brightness and deliver deeper blacks for more lifelike images in varying contrast scenes. The AI system uses a process called histogram detection to process the luminance distribution in real-time. Non-linear gamma correction is used to boost gradation in the luminance areas containing the greatest number of picture elements.

Both monitors offer specifications of 450cd/m² panel brightness, 400:1 contrast ratio and a wide 160 degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles, two composite and one component video/audio input, plus built-in audio speakers.

The CT-L2000 offers a Hammer Drive Sound System to provide an expansive sound field and a deep bass.

The CT-L1400 weighs 9.7 pounds and its dimensions are 14.4” W x 14.3” H x 2.5” D (without stand). The CT-L2000 weighs 15.9 pounds and its dimensions are 19.4” W x 18.2” H x 2.8” D (without stand).

For more information visit www.panasonic.com/broadcast.


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