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The black LFE7 Series TH-65LFE7U 65" Full HD Widescreen Edge-Lit LED MVA LCD Display from Panasonic features a slim design that combines a 0.5" (10.8mm) bezel and a depth of 2.1" (52mm). The slim bezel draws the viewer's attention directly to the image being displayed.
The display offers multiple video inputs (two HDMI, one DVI-D, and one PC in) and control terminals (RS-232C and LAN) to meet a variety of needs for signage use. Built-in speakers with an equalizer are provided for clear sound when used in video conferences. Thanks to the provision of a 5V output terminal, a stick PC (available separately) can be powered from the display, so there is no need to connect an AC adapter. This makes it convenient to use a Web browser during presentations, and to operate a signage player.
Stylish Design for Both Signage and Conference Room Use
The narrow bezel cabinet draws the viewer's attention directly to the image being displayed.
Step Up in Size for Replacing a 60" Display
The TH-65LFE7 LED-Backlit LCD Display with a slim bezel is about the same size as a conventional 65" display with a relatively thicker bezel. It thus takes up less installation space.
Slim Design with Large Screen and Narrow Bezel
The display has a slim design that combines a 0.5" (10.8mm) bezel and a depth of 2.1" (52mm). There is less visual bulk, so the display seems to blend into its surroundings. This makes the image stand out for greater visibility.
Multiple Inputs and Built-In Speakers
Video inputs (2 x HDMI, 1 x DVI-D, and 1 x PC in) and control terminals (RS-232C and LAN) are provided to meet a variety of needs for signage use. Built-in speakers with an equalizer are provided for clear sound when used in video conferences.
USB Port Provides Power to a Connected Device
The provision of a USB port (5V output terminal) allows for powering a stick PC (not included) from the display, so there is no need to connect an AC adapter. This makes it convenient to use a Web browser during presentations, and to operate a signage player.
LAN Control Connection
The display can be controlled via LAN or RS-232C. The display can be integrated into the existing control system, and you can control several devices simultaneously. It also supports AMX or Crestron Connected LAN control.
The display can be installed vertically to meet a wide range of installation needs. In addition, a 5 x 5 configuration is possible, making it easy to create a video wall.
IR In/Out Connection
When multiple displays are daisy chained, they can be simultaneously controlled with a remote control.
Pressing the ECO button on the remote control switches the setting to lower power consumption.
Energy-saving functions are beneficial when the display spends prolonged periods of time in standby mode. The power is automatically turned on or off when the sync signal of the equipment connected to the DVI-D or PC or HDMI (DPMS compliant) input terminal is detected.
Operating errors in public places can be prevented by adjusting the tamper-resistant settings in advance. The Input Lock function locks the input switch operation, and the Button Lock function restricts the button operations of the display.
When this mode is turned off, a full-screen image of the display panel, including edges (the entire width of the frame), is displayed. This is especially suitable for displaying text information, since the images are not overlapped by the frame. The image areas that are hidden by the frame can be adjusted in both vertical and horizontal directions.
Power On Screen Delay
For video walls and other multi-display applications, this function automatically delays the power-on time slightly for each display unit in the system, so there is less load on the power supply.
When there is no signal, the specified input signal is automatically switched.
The screen saver reduces the possibility of image retention that can occur when displaying still images with constant, unchanging brightness for long periods of time. The Auto Power Off setting can also be set to automatically turn the power off when the screensaver operation ends.
Automatic Picture Position
Pressing the Auto Setup key on the remote control allows positioning the picture. This function automatically corrects the horizontal and vertical picture positions, the clock phase, and the dot clock when an RGB signal is input. The adjustment results in optimal standard values for horizontal and vertical picture sizes.
Dot clock and clock phase cannot be adjusted when digital RGB signal is input.
1:1 Pixel Mode
The 1:1 Pixel mode matches the 1920 x 1080 video content to the Full HD panel's pixels to display 100% of the original content. By skipping the scaling process, this mode is able to produce high-definition images in their original 1:1 pixel form.