Marshall Electronics 17" LCD RM Monitor with DVI-I Input Module

Marshall Electronics 17" LCD RM Monitor with DVI-I Input Module

Marshall Electronics 17" LCD RM Monitor with DVI-I Input Module

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Product Highlights

  • 17" 1920 x 1080 LED Backlit Panel
  • Supports NTSC & PAL
  • Interchangeable DVI-I Input Module
  • 140° x 130° Viewing Angle
  • 250 Nit Brightness/600:1 Contrast Ratio
  • Screen Markers, Pre-Set Color Temp.
  • Rack Mountable
  • Runs on 12VDC
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Marshall Electronics V-LCD17HR-DVII overview

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The Marshall 17" LCD RM Monitor with DVI-I Input Module fills the need for a basic, rack mounted, production or confidence monitor. The 1920 x 1080 LED backlit LCD panel supports both NTSC and PAL signal formats. The monitor includes an interchangeable DVI-I input module, which you can swap out for other optionally available input modules. The monitor maintains image brightness and color balance at viewing angles up to 140° x 130°, before severe viewing artifacts appear. The 250 nit brightness level is appropriate for use in location interiors and machine room viewing without a sun hood or visor, while the 600:1 contrast ratio displays an image useful for confidence viewing.

The monitor features multiple color temperature settings of D55, D65, and D93 and supports pixel-to-pixel display with pre-set gamma points, auto sensing of input signal, and false color. It is powered via 12 volts DC current, making it suitable for use on location or studio work, and features a two-pin twist lock connector. This monitor comes with rack mounting tabs installed, so you can easily integrate it into a rack or flight case.

LED Panel
This adjustable LED backlit panel features a 16:10 native aspect ratio, and supports both YUV and RGB color gamuts.
Supporting NTSC and PAL frame rates, the panel displays 525i, 625i, 720p, 1080i, and 1080p video.
Robust Design
The monitor features a thin yet sturdy design, making it suitable for use on location production, build into a flight case, or as a rack mounted monitor.
Display Functions
The monitor supports false color, input status display, 1-to-1 pixel display.
Rack Mount Ears
The rack mount ears can be angled to allow the view to adjust the viewing angle.
VESA Mounting Pattern
The monitor features a 75mm VESA mounting pattern that allows custom mounting installations.
In the Box
Marshall Electronics 17" LCD RM Monitor with DVI-I Input Module
  • DVI-I Input Module ('B'-type)
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Marshall Electronics V-LCD17HR-DVII specs

    Signal System NTSC, PAL
    Monitor Type LCD Panel
    Screen Size 17" Diagonal
    Resolution 1920 x 1080
    Input/Output Connectors Input
    1 x DVI-I
    Viewing Angle 140 x 130°
    Brightness 250 Nit
    Contrast Ratio 600:1
    VESA Compatibility 75 x 75 mm
    Temperature Operating: 32 to 104°F / 0 to 40°C
    Storage: -4 to 120°F / -20 to 49°C
    Power Requirements Voltage: 12 VDC
    Consumption: 3.5A @ 12 VDC (42 W)
    Power switch: Yes
    Connector: 2-pin twist lock
    Compliance CE
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 18.9 x 10.45 x 1.4" / 48 x 26.5 x 3.6 cm
    Weight 8.8 lb / 4 kg
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    Package Weight 11.95 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 25.325 x 13.5 x 7.5"

    Marshall Electronics V-LCD17HR-DVII reviews

    17" LCD RM Monitor with DVI-I Input Module is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Manufacturer Acknowledged Image Quality Issues, Poor Support This unit has completely unacceptable visible aliasing artifacts. The image quality was so poor that I sent the unit in for evaluation to Marshall. They took more than a month to evaluate the unit, and the Marshall Broadcast Engineer handling the case claimed the aliasing was being caused by not driving the unit at the native 1920x1080 resolution. His explanation:When sending an image of 1920x1200 the unit has to stretch and rescale it for it to fit the 1920x1080 panel which leads to aliasing effect.When I sent further information that I was in fact sending my signal at the monitor's native 1920x1080 resolution, he completely ignored two emails from me asking for further explanation and just sent tracking info for the return of the monitor instead. The monitor also advertises a Pixel-to-Pixel feature which claims to be able to disable all internal scaling anyways. When I finally got a response from him, this was his explanation:Their is nothing we can to fix that issue in that model. It is a low cost unit and the panel will show that artifact. We do have a VR173-DLW that will not show that artifact but the cost is more and the LCD panel is better. Here is a link for it.So, apparently this $ monitor has manufacturer-acknowledged image quality issues that cannot be explained by their engineers and their only solution is to push you to buy one of their more expensive monitors. No thanks!Since they took so long to acknowledge the issue I am now outside of my return window with my reseller. I will be avoiding all Marshall products going forward based on their poor support and manufacturer-acknowledged image quality issues.
    Date published: 2016-02-25
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