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Sony Expands Lineup of 4K Medical Monitors

Sony’s latest 4K LCD display, the LMD-X3200MD, is a multi-functional 32-inch medical monitor ideal for use in hospital operating rooms, surgical centers and clinics. It combines high picture quality, installation flexibility and ease of use, with advanced features including wide color gamut, HDR support, and a variety of display modes. This ergonomic new offering rounds out Sony’s lineup of 4K LCD displays, adding a mid-range option at a competitive price, that complements the flagship LMD-X310MD 31-inch monitor and the compact LMD-X2700MD 27-inch monitor, while similarly providing enhanced visualization and upscaling of HD/SD images.

In addition to a wide color gamut and HDR support for accurate colors and detailed shadow areas and built-in image enhancement, the LMD-X3200MD offers immersive imagery in a 16:9 aspect ratio with 4K UHD resolution (3840×2160) for four times the clarity of full-HD. With a contrast ratio of 1,000:1 and a luminance of 500cd/m2, the monitor provides increased optical performance in bright and dark environments. It also features new Sony-unique Advanced Image Multiple Enhancer (A.I.M.E.™) technology for optimally adjusting the color, contrast and visibility of the dark areas, as well as shadow, structure and color enhancement, in addition to noise reduction, for more comfortable and realistic viewing with better image reproduction.

To meet a range of needs and environments, the LMD-X3200MD offers versatile connectivity options, including single-cable 4K 12G-SDI, Display Port and HDMI inputs and an auto input selection function for displaying images from the secondary port, if the primary port isn’t detected. In addition, it features CLONE output, which enables a user to output the same image as what’s on the display. This is especially helpful for use with secondary monitors and for recording, which can then be used for presentation, training and education needs. The monitor also displays images from multiple sources and display modes, including side-by-side, picture-in-picture and picture-out-picture. Additionally, the LMD-X3200MD offers simple remote control via stereo mini jack for switching menus from a distance, without touching the control panel.

The LMD-X3200MD is a compact monitor that features a flat and ergonomic edge-to-edge design that can be easily cleaned and disinfected. The anti-reflection LCD panel minimizes glare and enables usage in brightly lit operating rooms. The monitor’s connectors all face downward for easy connection which can be neatly organized under the included cable cover, while the VESA mounting enables flexible installation on stands, carts, walls or boom arms.

The LMD-X3200MD is planned to be available at the end of October. For more information about the new monitor or to learn more about Sony’s healthcare solutions, please visit pro.sony.

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