I/P mode select
The desired I/P mode for interlace signal can be selected
for your purpose.
For more information, see SYSTEM SETTING on
Color space function
You can select any of three color space settings (EBU/
Gamma adjustment function
You can select the gamma mode from among 2.4, 2.2,
Selecting marker/scan display
Various items for broadcast use can be displayed. The
center marker, safe area marker, aspect marker or
display size (scan), etc., are displayed by selecting
according to use.
For more information, see MARKER SETTING on
page 27, and see SCAN of FUNCTION BUTTON
SETTING on page 29.
Scan setting/native display
When video signals are input, you can set the display
size to 0% scan (normal) or 5% over scan (over).
A native display function that maps the pixel of the
signal to the panel in one-to-one mode is also equipped.
Scaling to correct the screen aspect ratio is done to the
horizontal direction of SD signals with non-square
pixels (number of horizontal pixels of the signal system
is 720 or 1440) or 640 × 480 SD signal of HDMI video.
The EIA/CEA-608 and EIA/CEA-708 standard closed
caption signals superimposed on an SDI signal are
Key inhibit function
You can inhibit a key function to prevent missing an
Illuminated control panel
The characters that represent the names of the buttons on
the control panel can be illuminated, so it is visible in the
dark. The brightness of the LED has two levels, and
varies according to the ambient light.
To reduce burn-in, the brightness of the screen can be
automatically decreased when a still image is displayed
for more than 10 minutes.
PVM-2541A and PVM-1741A support the VESA (100
× 100) standard. The PVM-1741A can also be mounted
on an EIA-standard 19-inch rack.
For more information, see "Installing on a Rack (PVM-
1741A only)" on page 15.
Consult with Sony qualified personnel for wall mount
Monitor stand with tilt function
PVM-2541A and PVM-1741A can be mounted on the
optional SU-561 Monitor Stand with tilt and height
adjustment. You can select the height of the monitor by
adjusting the stand.
For more information, see "Adjusting the Height of the
Monitor (with SU-561 only)" on page 16.