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4-155-648-12 (1)

LCD VIDEO MONITOR

Operating Instructions

Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly
and retain it for future reference.
SRM-L560
© 2009 Sony Corporation

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  • Page 1: Lcd Video Monitor

    4-155-648-12 (1) LCD VIDEO MONITOR Operating Instructions Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly and retain it for future reference. SRM-L560 © 2009 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 2 TV studio) of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when The manufacturer of this product is Sony Corporation, 1- the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. 7-1 Konan, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Chapter 1 Overview Precautions ..................6 On Safety....................6 On Installation ..................6 Handling the LCD Screen ..............6 On Cleaning................... 6 On Repacking ..................7 Features.................... 7 Options ..................... 9 Input/Output Connector and Adaptor............ 9 Location and Function of Parts ............ 10 Front Panel ..................
  • Page 4 Turning on the Power..............33 Connecting the AC Power Cord ............33 Turning on the Monitor ............... 33 Configuring the Network............... 34 About the IP Address ................34 Network Configuration for the Monitor..........34 Starting the PC Application ............36 Settings...................
  • Page 5 Screen C Tab Window ................ 79 Screen D Tab Window ................ 80 Chapter 4 Operations Selecting the Native Scan/Scan Mode ......... 81 Displaying the Picture in Black Detail Mode ....... 81 Displaying the Area Marker or Aspect Marker ......82 Displaying the Audio Level Meter ..........
  • Page 6: Chapter 1 Overview

    Overview Chapter – Leave more than 15 cm of space in the rear of the unit Precautions to secure the operation area. When the unit is installed on the desk or the like, leave at least 15 cm of space in the rear. Leaving 15 cm or more of space above the unit is On Safety recommended for service operation.
  • Page 7: On Repacking

    Also, the SRM-L560 realizes the high picture with mild detergent solution, followed by wiping with a quality and high-trust required by the color management soft dry cloth.
  • Page 8 High-accuracy I/P conversion processing For the operation, see “Selecting the Native Scan/Scan A high-quality picture near the original one, in which Mode” on page 81. jagged lines and conversion errors are decreased by Aspect selectable function detecting the feature of the picture inside the subdivided A squeezed and recorded signal is displayed with the block and processing properly, is reproduced.
  • Page 9: Options

    BKM-250TG 3G/HD/SD-SDI Input Adaptor Options A decoder for serial digital component signals is built in. Time code and audio level of the embedded audio signals superimposed on the SDI signals can be displayed. Input/ output connectors consist of two channels of serial digital Input adaptors input and two channels of monitor output.
  • Page 10: Location And Function Of Parts

    10. Error display b STATUS lamp If the error is shown, please contact your Sony dealer. The lamp may show the error, warning or operation mode. For details, see “Error/warning/operation mode display by the lamp” on page 10.
  • Page 11 Flashes – – temperature in the LED in orange backlight part. g Please contact your Sony dealer. • The dynamic range of the LED backlight part is exceeded. gPlease contact your Sony dealer. Lights in • The dynamic range is –...
  • Page 12: Left Side Panel

    Left Side Panel 1 OPTION A connector 2 OPTION B connector 3 LAN (10/100) connector 4 NETWORK switch Input block A 5 OPTION C connector Input block B 6 Input option slots 7 DVI-D input connector Input block C 8 HDMI input connector Input block D a OPTION A connector CAUTION...
  • Page 13: Right Side Panel

    not be connected to SRM Manager and the correct picture To input the DVI signal of SXGA or higher resolution, use may not be displayed. the cable within 3 m (118 inches) in length. e OPTION C connector (D-sub 9-pin) h HDMI input connector Used for future expansion.
  • Page 14: Chapter 2 Preparations

    Preparations Chapter Environments of the Installation Location Illumination environments Viewing angle The apparent color reproduction on the monitor is greatly The ideal viewing angle is within 5 degrees (up/down/left/ affected by ambient light or glare. right) off the center of the monitor screen when the The LCD device controls the brightness by moving LCD operator views the entire monitor screen.
  • Page 15: Carrying The Monitor

    Carrying the Monitor About the Screen Mode Carry or move the monitor in the proper You can select the mode from three screen modes according to the type of the input signal or monitoring use. manner Input the signal with the specified connections (page 21). •...
  • Page 16: Quad View Mode

    • When interlaced signals are input from the four inputs A Quad View Mode to D and combined to display one image, a horizontal line may appear on the border of four divided screens owing to the process of I/P conversion. Select when a 2048 ×...
  • Page 17: Number Of Signal Inputs In Single Screen Mode

    Common setting items 4K/QFHD Quad View and 2K/HD Zoom mode mode The setting values of the items in the following table apply to every mode and every screen. Common setting items Setting Setting Setting Setting Setting Setting values Menu windows items for items for items for...
  • Page 18: Installing An Input Adaptor

    Input 4K/QFHD Quad View 2K/HD Zoom Installing an Input signal a c) HDMI – Adaptor –: Not available At least four input adaptors are required. Use the same model of the input adaptor. When the BKM-243HS or BKM-244CC input adaptor is used, prepare Installing an Input Adaptor eight and when the BKM-250TG is used, prepare four.
  • Page 19 Insert the adaptor facing the board as shown below. To connect the input cables When the BKM-243HS or BKM-244CC input adaptors are used Input the Link A signal to option slot 1, and Link B signal to option slot 2. Connect the cables to the connectors with the same input number on the input adaptors installed in option slots 1 and Example when Dual-link input cables are connected...
  • Page 20 Four divided screens and the displayed positions of input signals The monitor can display different input signals on four divided screens. The positions of input signals (DVI-D/ HDMI input connectors and the positions where the input adaptors are installed) for each screen are defined. Slot 1 Slot 1 Screen A...
  • Page 21: Connecting The Cable

    To input from the connectors on the input adaptors Connecting the Cable A 4K/QFHD resolution signal is divided into four and the divided signals are connected to the input adaptors installed in input blocks A to D. For every screen install the Connections when the monitor is used in input adaptor in the same slot (slot 1 or slot 2) and connect 4K/QFHD mode...
  • Page 22 Connections when the monitor is used in When the BKM-243HS or BKM-244CC is used To connect in Single-link Quad View mode When four input adaptors are installed, you can select the Connect the signals to the DVI-D or HDMI input signal from eight systems and when eight input adaptors connectors or the connectors on the input adaptors in input are installed, you can select from 16 systems.
  • Page 23 Connections when the monitor is used by When the BKM-243HS or BKM-244CC is used Input the signal to INPUT 1 on the input adaptor installed switching between Quad View and 2K/HD in input blocks A to D, and input the same signal to be Zoom modes output from MONITOR OUT to INPUT 2 on the input To input the signals in 2K/HD Zoom mode, the monitor...
  • Page 24 To connect in Dual-link When eight input adaptors are installed, you can select from four systems. Example when eight input adaptors are used Input signal 1 Link A Input signal 2 Link A OPTION 1 OPTION 1 INPUT 1 INPUT 1 INPUT 2 INPUT 2 MONITOR OUT...
  • Page 25 When the BKM-250TG is used input adaptor installed in the same slot (slot 1 or slot 2) of Input the signal to INPUT 1 or INPUT 2 on the input input block B, C or D. adaptor installed in input block A, and input the same To connect in Single-link signal to be output from MONITOR OUT 1 or MONITOR When four input adaptors are installed, you can select the...
  • Page 26 To connect in Dual-link When four input adaptors are installed, you can select the signal from one system and when eight input adaptors are installed, you can select the signal from two systems. Example when eight input adaptors are used Input signal 1 Link A Input signal 1 Link B OPTION 1...
  • Page 27 Connections when the monitor is used in 4K/QFHD or Quad View mode When the BKM-243HS or BKM-244CC is used When eight input adaptors are installed, you can select Dual-link 4K signals (4K/QFHD mode) from one system or an HD-SDI signal (Quad View mode) from eight systems.
  • Page 28 When the BKM-250TG is used When eight input adaptors are installed, you can select Dual-link 4K signals (4K/QFHD mode) from one system or a Single-link HD signal (Quad View mode) from four systems and a Single-link HD signal (2K/HD Zoom mode) from one system.
  • Page 29: Attaching The Hooks

    Attaching the Hooks Installing Application Software (PC Application) You can prevent the monitor from falling by using the supplied hook. Install the SRM Manager contained on the supplied CD- ROM in your PC for controlling the monitor from the PC. Attach two hooks to the upper position on the rear panel.
  • Page 30: Installing The Srm Manager

    For details, access a web site of Microsoft Corporation. Note Sony will not be liable for any cost arising from downloading or installing and any damage in connection with above-mentioned software application. 1) .NET Framework 3.5 has been installed on Windows 7.
  • Page 31: Connections Of The Monitor And Pc

    D of the monitor to PEER TO PEER. To uninstall the SRM Manager If you are connecting to a network, configure the Click Start and select Programs, Sony Monitor Utilities, network for the monitor (page 34). Sony Monitor Tools, SRM Manager, then Uninstall SRM Manager.
  • Page 32: Connecting Multiple Monitors

    Turn off the MAIN POWER switch of the monitor. Connecting Multiple Monitors Connect to the network using a 10BASE-T/100BASE- TX cable (not supplied). Up to 32 monitors can be controlled with the PC. Notes Notes • We recommend to use an optional switching hub •...
  • Page 33: Turning On The Power

    Turning on the Power Connecting the AC Power Cord Plug the AC power cord into the AC IN connector on the side panel. Then, attach the AC plug holder (supplied) to the AC power cord. The warm-up time is more than 30 minutes, approximately.
  • Page 34: Configuring The Network

    Note Configuring the Network We recommend configuring the network when a single monitor is connected to the PC. About the IP Address For the connection between the monitor and a PC, see “Connecting a Monitor” on page 31. IP address of the monitor To start the setup window The monitor uses four IP addresses.
  • Page 35 SRM-L560 A space cannot be used as the first character. If a space is entered at the beginning, it will be deleted Network Network before transmission to the SRM-L560. Monitor Name IP Address Password Click the Submit button. Subnet Mask...
  • Page 36: Starting The Pc Application

    Application Click the Monitor Browser button. The Monitor Browser window of the SRM Manager appears. Start the PC and click Start to select Programs, Sony Monitor Utilities and SRM Manager. Monitor Browser screen The initial window of SRM Manager appears.
  • Page 37: Settings

    Area Color temperature Settings Select Area Selecting the Area Select Area Area North America When you turn on the monitor for the first time after Color Temp purchasing it, select the area where you intend to use this Color Gamut Emulation BVM SMPTE-C monitor from among the options.
  • Page 38: Setting The Input Signal

    See “Default value for each area” on page 37 on the Adjusting setting value. Select the color gamut emulation and set the value. Before adjusting See “Default value for each area” on page 37 on the The monitor must be warmed up sufficiently. setting value.
  • Page 39: Color Temperature (white Balance) Adjustment

    Red and green signals are cut, and only the blue signal Manual adjustment is displayed as a monochrome picture. Select Color Temp (Manual) tab window (page 56) of The following is the example of the adjustment when the the Adjustment window. multi format color-bar signal is used.
  • Page 40 Adjust so that the luminance of the 100% white signal of the color-bar is set to the desired value with Contrast. We recommend adjusting the luminance to 100 [cd/ ] when Picture Preset 1 to 5 is selected and to 48 [cd/m ] when Picture Preset(D-Cine) is selected in Picture Preset of the Configurations tab window of the...
  • Page 41: Chapter 3 Menu Window

    Chapter Displaying the Menu Window Turn on the monitor with the MAIN POWER switch. Start your PC, click Start and select Programs, Sony Monitor Utilities, then SRM Manager. The initial screen of SRM Manager is displayed. Click the Monitor Browser button.
  • Page 42 Location and function of the menu window a Screen mode button Selects the screen mode. (Single screen mode): Displays a high- resolution signal such as 4K or QFHD as one image by combining each input signal from the four inputs A to D. (Zoom mode): Magnifies and displays the picture of the input signal selected from inputs A to D.
  • Page 43 : To magnify the D signal After selecting the level 1, select the tab and the tab window is displayed. When the BKM-250TG is used, the input signal on the A screen is magnified. g Tab window (Quad view mode): Displays the signals You can select or set the items.
  • Page 44: Main Operation Window

    Main Operation Window [ ]: default setting preset at the factory Configurations Tab Window This window is used to select the input signal or set the basic settings to display the picture correctly. a Format standard superimposed on the input signals and the Sets the input signal type.
  • Page 45 3G-SDI: Sets the serial digital signal format when the When D-Cine is selected, the color temperature is set to BKM-250TG is installed. x=0.314 and y=0.351 in the CIE chromaticity coordinate. HD-SDI: Sets the serial digital signal format when the When D93, D65, D61, D56 or D-Cine data is changed, BKM-243HS, BKM-244CC or BKM-250TG is they are displayed as D93*, D65*, D61*, D56* or D- installed.
  • Page 46 Gamma 1 to User ITU601 2.6 RGB Matrix/Gamma 5 SMPTE240M 2.6 XYZ Sony F23 Digital Cinematography Camera. Select from xvYCC Select to run the 100% output level of the F23 with the above three S-LOG Standard 100% level of the monitor for confirmation.
  • Page 47 Shape C g Color Gamut Line Thick Color White Bright 90IRE As the SRM-L560 is equipped with the wider color space Area Marker2 LED backlight, the signal can be displayed (emulation) in Aspect Mode 16:9 Aspect 1.78 Area Size Width...
  • Page 48 You can select from [White] (white), Red (red), Green Example: Area Size 80%, Aspect Mode 16:9 or (green), Blue (blue), Yellow (yellow), Cyan (cyan) or 2.39:1 Magenta (magenta). With 16:9 Bright: Sets the luminance of the aspect marker. You can select from [90IRE] (bright) or 40IRE (dark). Area Marker 1: Sets whether or not to display the area Aspect Mode 16:9 marker 1 ([On] or Off).
  • Page 49 Vertical: Sets the vertical position of the marker. Off: Select to use the quantization range set in HDMI. Set to –35 (downward) to +35 (upward). [0] Film Cadence: Sets the film cadence mode. Close: Closes the Marker Preset window. This item is not selectable when Format is set to DVI Computer.
  • Page 50: Controls Tab Window

    Controls Tab Window This window is used to set the display size and to adjust the When the function is on: The indicator lights. color. When the function is off: The indicator goes off. The indicator on the button shows whether the function of the button is on or off.
  • Page 51 • When Format is set to DVI Computer (Native Scan Mono: Sets whether or not to display the picture in display is set to on regardless of its setting.) monochrome mode (on or [off]). • When the HDMI computer signal is input (Native R Cut Off: Sets whether or not to cut the red signal (on Scan display is set to on regardless of its setting.) or [off]).
  • Page 52: Adjustment Window

    Adjustment Window [ ]: default setting preset at the factory Picture (Manual) Tab Window This window is used to adjust the contrast, brightness and chroma and to set the preset value for picture adjustment preset data. a Destination Contrast: Sets the contrast. Sets to 0 to 2500. [1000] (for The picture adjustment preset data to be set is displayed.
  • Page 53: Color Temp (auto) Tab Window

    b Apply To reset the setting to the default Click the corresponding Default button. The adjusted value Click to confirm adjustment. is reset to the default. c Cancel Click to cancel adjustment. Color Temp (Auto) Tab Window This window is used to adjust the color temperature automatically using a color temperature probe (not supplied).
  • Page 54 [On]: The contrast is not adjusted. For the software for adjusting the color temperature, please Off: The contrast is set to the value depending on the contact your Sony dealer. luminance set in Target Luminance. For more information about the cable specification Picture Preset: When Contrast Hold is set to Off, required and about the connection, see “Connection...
  • Page 55 Before automatic adjustment, select the value to use for the adjustment in following sequence. When you use the previously adjusted values for adjustment, click Start Adjustment without performing steps 1, 2 and 3. 1Select the color temperature to be used in Standard Color Temp of Target Color.
  • Page 56: Color Temp (manual) Tab Window

    Color Temp (Manual) Tab Window This window is used to adjust the color temperature manually. a Destination 4 or User Color Temp XYZ 5 in Color Temp of the The color temperature data to be used is displayed. Configurations tab window of the Main Operation window.
  • Page 57 b Start Adjustment For the XYZ format signal You can select from D-Cine XYZ, User Color Temp XYZ Click to display the color temperature adjustment window. 1, User Color Temp XYZ 2, User Color Temp XYZ 3, Color Temp (Manual) User Color Temp XYZ 4 or User Color Temp XYZ 5.
  • Page 58 Picture Preset: The picture adjustment preset data set in Picture Preset of the Configurations tab window of the Main Operation, Picture Preset 1 to Picture Preset 5 or Picture Preset(D-Cine), is displayed. To change the picture adjustment preset data, select from Picture Preset 1 to Picture Preset 5 or Picture Preset(D- Cine) in Picture Preset of the Configurations tab window of the Main Operation window.
  • Page 59: Display Function Window

    • After converting the LUT data output from Grading Tool When the item is selected, the file name in Upload File of another vendor to LUT data in the Sony-unique Name is deleted. format, convert the LUT data again with the conversion tool so that it can be read by the monitor.
  • Page 60: User Matrix/gamma Tab Window

    (xvYCC) Note S-LOG Standard: Log gamma available with the Sony F23 Digital Cinematography Camera. The internal fixed value is applied to the transmission Select to run the 100% output level of the F23 with the matrix of the RGB format and XYZ format.
  • Page 61: Gamut Error Display Tab Window

    • When you select xvYCC, set Emulation (page 47) to Notes L560 Native in Color Gamut of the Configurations tab window of the Main Operation window to display the • As 2.6 RGB is the setting for 2048 × 1080 RGB format, extended color gamut area.
  • Page 62 display of embedded audio when the BKM-250G is option slots or the BKM-250TG is installed, you can installed are also detected for gamut error display. select this item. • In over scan mode, 5% mask portion is also detected for Upper Limit (upper limit) gamut error display.
  • Page 63: Miscellaneous Tab Window

    right, bottom left and bottom right) using the set value of Note Pixel Threshold. When the setting for the zebra pattern is changed, Zebra Signal Level: Sets the upper and lower limits of the signal Pattern of Black Detail of the Miscellaneous tab window is level.
  • Page 64: Internal Signal Tab Window

    Zebra Pattern: Sets the zebra pattern displayed in the Set to 1 to 50. [16] clipped portions. b Force Sync Lock Note Sets whether or not to enable the forced sync lock (On or [Off]) when the display mode is 4K/QFHD. When the setting for the zebra pattern is changed, Zebra When displaying in 4K/QFHD mode, all the input signals Pattern of the Gamut Error Display tab window is also set...
  • Page 65 Notes • When the XYZ or DVI Computer format signal, or the HDMI computer signal is input, the internal signal cannot be displayed. • Pictures from internal signals of the same type are displayed on four divided screens in 4K/QFHD or 2K/ HD Zoom mode.
  • Page 66: System Configuration Window

    System Configuration Window [ ]: default setting preset at the factory Network Tab Window This window is used to set the control function from the network. a SNMP Setting Trap Mode: Sets the settings to send information Sets SNMP. manually or automatically (Auto or [Manual]). For the setting value, consult the network administrator.
  • Page 67: On Screen Set Tab Window

    Community: Sets the community name (up to 20 If a space is entered at the beginning, it will be deleted characters). before transmission to the SRM-L560. b Apply Usable alphanumeric characters and Confirms the SNMP setting. symbols c Cancel Alphanumeric characters: A to Z, a to z and 0 to 9 Symbols: space .
  • Page 68 Type: Sets the type of closed caption signal. Note [708]: Select to display the closed caption signal of the As the time code is superimposed on the video signal, a EIA/CEA-708 standards. portion of the displayed time code may be cut depending 608(708): Select to display the closed caption signal of on the scan mode setting on the monitor.
  • Page 69: Date/time Tab Window

    Date/Time Tab Window This window is used to set or change the date and time. a Sync with PC Clock d Cancel Check to synchronize with the clock set in the PC. Cancels the set data. b Date and time setting buttons The date and time set on the PC is displayed when Sync with PC Clock is checked.
  • Page 70: Password Tab Window

    Password Tab Window This window is used to set the password. Alphanumeric characters: A to Z, a to z and 0 to 9 Password authentication (page 43) is required when you Symbols: .:’`-+*/=%&!?#_|$^~@{}[]<>() change or set the password. The default password is [9999]. You can set a password within 20 characters using the following alphanumeric characters and symbols.
  • Page 71 Re-Enter Password: Enters the same password as one in Enter New Password to confirm. Apply: Confirms the changed password. Cancel: Cancels the changed password. System Configuration Window...
  • Page 72: File Management Window

    Comment If a space is entered at the beginning, it will be deleted Enters the comment when the setting data is saved (up to before transmission to the SRM-L560. 20 characters). b Save File Click to save the setting data.
  • Page 73: Copy Categories Tab Window

    Copy Categories Tab Window This window is used to copy the data saved in other monitor or a local PC to the monitor. a Step 1. Select File Source Item Settings to be copied Copy destination Select the source. Level 1 display > From Other Monitor: Select to copy the data from other Level 2 display monitor.
  • Page 74 Item Settings to be copied Copy destination Level 1 display > Level 2 display User Matrix/ Setting values of Display Function > Gamma transmission matrix and User Matrix/Gamma transmission gamma tab window (User Matrix/Gamma) Marker Detailed setting values Main Operation > of marker preset data Configurations (Marker Preset Edit)
  • Page 75: Copy Presets Tab Window

    Copy Presets Tab Window This window is used to set the source preset data and the item to be copied. a Step 1. Select File Source b Step 2. Select Preset Select the source. Sets the category and preset data. Set the combo box 1 (left) and combo box 2 (right).
  • Page 76 Category Settings to be copied Copy destination Level 1 display > Level 2 display User Matrix/ Setting values of Display Function > Gamma transmission matrix and User Matrix/Gamma transmission gamma tab window (User Matrix/Gamma) Marker Preset Detailed setting values Main Operation > of marker preset data Configurations (Marker Preset Edit)
  • Page 77: Information Window

    Information Window [ ]: default setting preset at the factory Common Tab Window This window is used to view the monitor information. a Model Name e Backlight Time Displays the model name of the monitor. Displays brighten time (hours, in total) of the monitor backlight.
  • Page 78: Screen A Tab Window

    Screen A Tab Window This window is used to view the information of the A screen. a Network Switch Serial No: Displays the serial number of the input adaptor. Displays the network switch setting of screen A. SDI Payload ID Status: Displays the information of the Payload ID data superimposed on the SDI signal and the b Slot Status status of the current monitor.
  • Page 79: Screen B Tab Window

    Bit Depth: 10/12 SDI Payload ID Status I/PsF/P: Displays Interlace, PsF or Progressive. Close: Closes the SDI Payload ID Status window. Option2-Input1 Input c HDMI 87 42 42 02 Payload ID Displays the HDMI information of screen A. HDMI Status: When the button is clicked, the HDMI Dual Link HD-SDI Video Standard Status window is displayed.
  • Page 80: Screen D Tab Window

    The displayed items are the same as those in the Screen A tab window (page 78). Screen D Tab Window This window is used to view the information of screen D. The displayed items are the same as those in the Screen A tab window (page 78).
  • Page 81: Chapter 4 Operations

    Operations Chapter Selecting the Native Displaying the Picture in Scan/Scan Mode Black Detail Mode Black detail mode display function You can select scan mode from a native scan, under scan (–3%), normal scan (0%) and over scan (mask of 5% over You can reduce to dull black color by backlight leaking scan portion in the normal scan picture).
  • Page 82: Displaying The Area Marker Or Aspect Marker

    Zebra pattern display of the clipped portion Displaying the Area Marker or Aspect Marker Zebra pattern The monitor is equipped with two area markers and center marker as the safe area marker and aspect marker for confirming the aspect ratio of the picture. When Quad View mode is selected, you can use this To end the black detail mode function.
  • Page 83: Displaying The Audio Level Meter

    Audio level Audio level Displaying the Audio (dB) OVER Level Meter The audio level of the embedded audio signals superimposed on the SDI signals is displayed by installing the optional input adaptor (BKM-250TG). Note As the audio level meter is superimposed on the video signal, the audio level meter may be invisible partially depending on the scan mode setting of the monitor.
  • Page 84: Displaying The Time Code

    Displaying the Time Code The time code superimposed on the SDI signals is displayed by installing the optional input adaptor (BKM- 250TG). Note As the time code is superimposed on the video signal, the time code may be invisible partially depending on the scan mode setting of the monitor.
  • Page 85: Appendixes

    Appendixes PC input DVI-D × 4 Specifications HDCP correspondence Signal format Refer to “DVI-D” (page 98) of “Available Signal Formats”. General HDMI HDMI × 4 LCD panel a-Si TFT Active Matrix HDCP correspondence, Deep Color Picture size 56 inches correspondence Display area 1244.16 (H) ×...
  • Page 86: Optional Accessories

    L560. The widest color space setting of the Note signal reproduced by the SRM-L560. Always verify that the unit is operating properly before use. SONY WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGES 0.663 0.313 OF ANY KIND INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, COMPENSATION OR REIMBURSEMENT ON 0.232...
  • Page 87: Input Signals And Adjustable/setting Items

    Input Signals and Adjustable/Setting Items 4K/QFHD mode Input signal/Screen mode 4K/QFHD Item DVI-D 3G/HD Video HDMI YCbCr Color Temp Picture Preset g) h) g) i) j) Aspect × Scan × × × × × × Native Scan H Delay × ×...
  • Page 88 : Adjustable/can be set × : Not adjustable/cannot be set Effective for the 4096 × 2160 signal for display in Native Scan. Common to all screen modes. Functions when Gamma (transmission gamma) in Matrix/Gamma is set to 2.2 or 2.6 RGB. Displays the same internal signal on four screens.
  • Page 89 Quad View mode Input signal/Screen mode Quad View Item DVI-D 3G/HD Video HDMI YCbCr a) b) Color Temp Picture Preset l) m) l) n) o) Aspect × Scan × Native Scan H Delay × × × V Delay × × ×...
  • Page 90 Color Temp settings differ between XYZ format signals and signals of other than XYZ format. The setting to be used depends on the signal format displayed on screen A. If signals of different format are input on four screens, the color temperature for the signals on screens other than screen A may not be adjusted correctly.
  • Page 91 2K/HD Zoom Input signal/Screen mode 2K/HD Zoom Item 3G/HD YCbCr Color Temp Picture Preset Aspect Scan × × × Native Scan H Delay × × × V Delay × × × H Shift × × × 2048 Shift × 4096 Shift ×...
  • Page 92 Functions when Gamma (transmission gamma) in Matrix/Gamma is set to 2.2 or 2.6 RGB. For operable input signals, see “Aperture Modification Frequency” (page 100). Displays the same internal signal on four screens. Can be set when the SDI signal is input from the BKM-244CC. Captions may not be displayed correctly in 2K/HD Zoom mode immediately after the monitor starts or the screen mode, input signal, or closed caption setting, etc.
  • Page 93: Available Signal Systems

    Available Signal Systems Input adaptor Total lines Active lines Frame Scanning Aspect Display on the Signal system Standard per frame per frame rate (Hz) format ratio monitor 16:9 SMPTE-RP211 1080/24PsF 1920×1080/24PsF 1125 1080 Progressive 2.39:1 16:9 SMPTE-RP211 1080/24PsF 1920×1080/ 1125 1080 24/1.001 Progressive...
  • Page 94 Total lines Active lines Frame Scanning Aspect Display on the Signal system Standard per frame per frame rate (Hz) format ratio monitor 720/60P 1280×720/60P Progressive 16:9 SMPTE-296M 720/60P 1280×720/59.94P 60/1.001 Progressive 16:9 SMPTE-296M 720/59.94P 1.896:1 2048 × 1080/ 2048×1080/24PsF 1125 1080 Progressive 24PsF...
  • Page 95: Available Signal Formats

    Available Signal Formats Input adaptor BKM- BKM- Signal format Applied system 243HS/ 250TG Standard 244CC HD-SDI Single-link 4:2:2 YCbCr 10bit SMPTE-292M YCbCr 10bit 1920×1080/ 10bit Dual-link 4:4:4 a(2) SMPTE-372M YCbCr 12bit 12bit Single-link 4:2:2 YCbCr 10bit SMPTE-292M YCbCr 10bit 1920×1080/ 10bit 25PsF Dual-link...
  • Page 96 BKM- BKM- Signal format Applied system 243HS/ 250TG Standard 244CC Single-link 4:2:2 YCbCr 10bit SMPTE-292M YCbCr 10bit 10bit 1920×1080/60 Dual-link 4:4:4 a(2) YCbCr 12bit SMPTE-372M 12bit Dual-link 4:2:2 YCbCr 10bit 1920×1080/50P a(2) Dual-link 4:2:2 YCbCr 10bit 1920×1080/60 a(2) Single-link 4:2:2 YCbCr 10bit 1280×720/24...
  • Page 97 BKM- BKM- Signal format Applied system 243HS/ 250TG Standard 244CC 4:4:4 YCbCr 10bit 4:4:4 10bit Single-link 1920×1080/50i × SMPTE-425-AB 4:4:4 YCbCr 12bit 4:4:4 12bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 10bit 4:4:4 10bit Single-link 1920×1080/60 × SMPTE-425-AB 4:4:4 YCbCr 12bit 4:4:4 12bit Single-link 4:2:2 YCbCr 10bit 1920×1080/50P...
  • Page 98 DVI-D Interface sampling Aspect Signal format System Standard frequency ratio [MHz] DVI video Single-link 4:4:4 8bit 640 × 480/60 25.200 Single-link 4:4:4 8bit 720 × 480/60 27.027 4:3/16:9 CEA-861 Single-link 4:4:4 8bit 1280 × 720/60 74.250 16:9 16:9 CEA-861 Single-link 4:4:4 8bit 1920 ×...
  • Page 99 HDMI Interface sampling Aspect Signal format System Standard frequency ratio [MHz] HDMI 640 × 480/60 25.200 720 × 480/60 27.027 4:3/16:9 CEA-861 1280 × 720/60 74.250 16:9 16:9 CEA-861 1920 × 1080/60 74.250 2.39:1 720 (1440) × 480/60 27.027 4:3/16:9 720 ×...
  • Page 100: Aperture Modification Frequency

    Aperture Modification Frequency Serial digital input DVI-D/HDMI input Signal system 3G/HD-SDI Input adaptor 1080/24 25 MHz 1080/24 25 MHz 1080/50i (25PsF) 25 MHz 1080/25P 25 MHz 1080/60 i (30 PsF) 25 MHz 1080/30 25 MHz 720/24 25 MHz 720/25P 25 MHz 720/30 25 MHz 720/50P...
  • Page 101: Picture Display Size

    Picture Display Size Input adaptor Native Normal Under Scan Over Scan Aspect Signal system Scan Scan ratio (H) × (V) (H) × (V) (H) × (V) (H) × (V) 16:9 1920 × 1080 1862 × 1048 1829 × 1029 1920 × 1080/24 1920 ×...
  • Page 102 DVI-D Native Scan Normal Scan Under Scan Over Scan Signal system Aspect ratio (H) × (V) (H) × (V) (H) × (V) (H) × (V) DVI video 640 × 480/60 640 × 480 1440 × 1080 1397 × 1048 1371 × 1029 1440 ×...
  • Page 103 Native Scan Normal Scan Under Scan Over Scan Signal system Aspect ratio (H) × (V) (H) × (V) (H) × (V) (H) × (V) 16:9 1920 × 1080 1862 × 1048 1829 × 1029 1920 × 1080/60 1920 × 1080 2.39:1 1920 ×...
  • Page 104: Picture/frame Display

    Signal system Display frame rate [Hz] Picture/Frame Display DVI computer fH: 28-68 kHz fV: 48-60 Hz 48/50/60 Hz Input adaptor Maximum resolution: 1920 × 1080/60P Signal system Display frame rate [Hz] Also compatible with 1/1.001. Pixel Repetition = 2 (transmit the same pixel twice) 1920 ×...
  • Page 105: Matrix/gamma Setting Table

    Matrix/Gamma Setting Table Input adaptor • M in the following table shows Matrix. • G in the following table shows Gamma. Matrix/Gamma ITU-R ITU-R SMPTE D-Cine D-Cine xvYCC xvYCC User1 - Matrix/ Signal BT.709 BT.601 240M User5 Gamma Signal format system data setting...
  • Page 106 Matrix/Gamma ITU-R ITU-R SMPTE D-Cine D-Cine xvYCC xvYCC User1 - Matrix/ Signal BT.709 BT.601 240M User5 Gamma Signal format system data setting SMPTE area × × Single-link 4:2:2 YCbCr 10bit YCbCr 10bit × × 1920 × 1080/ 10bit × × Dual-link 4:4:4 YCbCr 12bit...
  • Page 107 Matrix/Gamma ITU-R ITU-R SMPTE D-Cine D-Cine xvYCC xvYCC User1 - Matrix/ Signal BT.709 BT.601 240M User5 Gamma Signal format system data setting SMPTE area × × 4:4:4 YCbCr 10bit 4:4:4 RGB 10bit × × 1920×1080/ Single-link 4:4:4 YCbCr 12bit × ×...
  • Page 108 a: Selectable (default setting) Blank column: The signal is selectable but the display may not be correct depending on the input signal. × : Not selectable A: 1. ITU709 2. ITU601 3. SMPTE240M Selectable from above 1 to 3. B: 1. 2.2 2.
  • Page 109 The internal fixed value applies to the transmission matrix of the RGB format and XYZ format. Pixel Repetition = 2 (transmit the same pixel twice) Internally fixed, not changeable M: ITU601 G: 2.2 a: Selectable (default setting) Blank column: The signal is selectable but the display may not be correct depending on the input signal. ×...
  • Page 110 HDMI • M in the following table shows Matrix. • G in the following table shows Gamma Matrix/Gamma ITU-R SMPTE D-Cine D-Cine xvYCC xvYCC User1 - Matrix/ ITU-R BT.709 Signal BT.601 240M User5 Gamma Signal format system data setting SMPTE area 240M HDMI...
  • Page 111 4. xvYCC 5. S-LOG Standard 6. S-LOG Full Selectable from above 1 to 6. Matrix/Gamma Setting Table...
  • Page 112: Connection Combination Table When An Sdi Signal Is

    Connection Combination Table When an SDI Signal Is Input When four to eight input adaptors are installed in the In a case where 3G/HD-SDI signals are input in monitor, various combinations of models of input adaptors Single-link from two systems for 4K/QFHD mode and input signals are enabled depending on the screen and are input in Single-link from one system for mode.
  • Page 113 When eight BKM-243HS or eight BKM-244CC input adaptors are installed Note You cannot use the BKM-243HS and BKM-244CC input adaptors together. Dual-link 4K/QFHD mode used Screen mode Connection Number of signals that can be input Dual-link 4K/QFHD Single-link Dual-link 2K/HD Zoom Single-link Dual-link Quad View...
  • Page 114 When four BKM-243HS or four BKM-244CC input adaptors are installed Note You cannot use the BKM-243HS and BKM-244CC input adaptors together. Screen mode Connection Number of signals that can be input Dual-link 4K/QFHD Single-link Dual-link 2K/HD Zoom Single-link Dual-link Quad View Single-link Total Shows available numbers of signals when displayed in Quad View mode only.
  • Page 115: Format/input Setting Table

    Format/Input Setting Table Installed in Display Input adaptor Format 1 Format 2 Input mode (slot) OPTION 1 OPTION 2 − Option 1 [BKM-250TG] - Input 1 − Option 1 [BKM-250TG] - Input 2 3G/HD-SDI Auto Auto − Option 2 [BKM-250TG] - Input 1 −...
  • Page 116 Installed in Display Input adaptor Format 1 Format 2 Input mode (slot) OPTION 1 OPTION 2 − Option 1 [BKM-250TG] - Input 1 − Option 1 [BKM-250TG] - Input 2 3G/HD-SDI Auto Auto − Option 2 [BKM-250TG] - Input 1 −...
  • Page 117: Scan Mode Image

    Scan Mode Image Example: Scan mode images of available signal system when the input adaptor is installed For details of the picture display size, see page 101. • For setting of Native Scan Mode, see Native Scan (page 50) in the Controls tab window of the Main Operation window. •...
  • Page 118 Screen size in Quad View mode 1920 Scan mode Input signal system and scan mode image Native Scan Native Scan 1920 × 1080 1280 × 720 2048 × 1080 720 × 576 720 × 487 Displayed by shifting the picture in 2048 Shift of the Controls tab window of the Main Operation window.
  • Page 119 Scan mode Input signal system and scan mode image Under Scan Aspect: 16:9 (1.896:1 1920 × 1080 When a 2048 × 1080 signal is input 1280 × 720 2048 × 1080 720 × 576 720 × 487 1440 × 576 1440 ×...
  • Page 120 Panel size in 2K/HD Zoom mode 3840 Scan mode Input signal system and scan mode image Native Scan Native Scan 1920 × 1080 720 × 576 1280 × 720 720 × 487 2048 × 1080 Displayed by shifting the picture in 2048 Shift of the Controls tab window of the Main Operation window.
  • Page 121: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting This section may help you isolate the cause of a problem and as a result, eliminate the need to contact your Sony dealer. Symptom Assumed causes Remedy When configuring the network for The monitor or the device for connecting •...
  • Page 122 Symptom Assumed causes Remedy • The picture you wish to display The input setting in the Configurations Check the setting in the Configurations tab window of does not appear. tab window of the Main Operation the Main Operation window. If the setting is not •...
  • Page 123 Symptom Assumed causes Remedy An external signal is displayed even If Format for the four screens is set to Set the format for the four screens to one other than if Internal is selected in Input Signal DVI Computer, HDMI computer signal or DVI Computer, HDMI computer signal or 4:4:4 XYZ of the Color Temp (Manual) tab 4:4:4 XYZ 12bit in Quad View mode, the...
  • Page 124 Symptom Assumed causes Remedy A dialog box with the message You are trying to connect multiple • Close all open applications, and click Start to select [Programs] and [Accessories], and open [Command “Ethernet connection error.” is monitors with the same IP address to a Prompt].
  • Page 125 Symptom Assumed causes Remedy A dialog box with the message “File The monitor or the device for connecting • Check that the MAIN POWER switch on the connected monitor is turned on. If not, turn it on. transfer error.” is displayed when the monitor is turned off.
  • Page 126 Symptom Assumed causes Remedy • The dialog box with the message The monitor or the device for connecting • Check that the MAIN POWER switch on the “File transfer error.” is displayed connected monitor is turned on. If not, turn it on. the monitor is turned off.
  • Page 127: Dimensions

    Rear Dimensions 420 (16 2-M5 Unit: mm (inches) Front 1352.3 (53 When using this hole, use a screw which can be inserted into the monitor to a depth of 6 to 10 mm ( inches). Bottom 420 (16 760 (30) 1232 (48 Side 343.3 (13...
  • Page 128: Connection Cable Specifications For Color Temperature Probes

    Connection Cable Specifications for Color Temperature Probes Specified cables are required to connect color temperature The following diagrams show pin assignments to connect probes to the monitor. the supplied connection cable for color temperature adjustment and optional D-sub 9-pin connector. Connection cable for color temperature adjustment (supplied) Mini DIN 8-pin connector (male) Color of cable core...
  • Page 129 Connection cable for DK-Technologies PM5639/06 probe D-sub 9-pin connector (male) Mini DIN 8-pin connector (male) (optional) Signal Pin number Pin number Signal Connection cable for color temperature adjustment (supplied) Connection cable for X-Rite Eye-One Pro probe D-sub 9-pin connector (female) Mini DIN 8-pin connector (male) (optional) Signal...
  • Page 130: Menu Index

    Menu Index The menu index shows the principal menu items provided manual on which the item is explained and the main with this monitor in alphabetical sequence. For your window that the item belongs to. reference, each menu item is followed by the page of this Menu Item Page Level 1 >...
  • Page 131 Menu Item Page Level 1 > Level 2 display Comment File Management > Save System File tab window Common Information > Common tab window Community System Configuration > Network tab window Configurations Main Operation > Configurations tab window Contact System Configuration > Network tab window Contrast Main Operation >...
  • Page 132 Menu Item Page Level 1 > Level 2 display I/PsF/P Information > Screen A tab window Information > Screen A tab window Information Information window Input Main Operation > Configurations tab window Information > Screen A tab window Input Detection Display Function >...
  • Page 133 Menu Item Page Level 1 > Level 2 display Picture Preset Main Operation > Configurations tab window Adjustment > Color Temp (Manual) tab window Adjustment > Color Temp (Manual) tab window Picture Rate Information > Screen A tab window Pixel Encoding Information >...
  • Page 134 Menu Item Page Level 1 > Level 2 display Target Luminance Adjustment > Color Temp (Auto) tab window Time Code System Configuration > On Screen Set tab window Transparency System Configuration > On Screen Set tab window Trap Mode System Configuration > Network tab window Type System Configuration >...
  • Page 135 About trademarks • Sony, SONY logo and TRIMASTER are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Sony corporation. • HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC. • Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista, Internet Explorer and...
  • Page 136 Sony Corporation...

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