- JVC gdv4210pzwga 42 inch Flat Panel Plasma Screen
GDV-4210PZWGA Plasma TV Flat panel monitor is a gorgeous, high
resolution, and now more than 1200:1 contrast ratio! Sleek, wide viewing angle.
Your presentations will look their best when viewed on this 16:9 flat screen
plasma monitor. It's only 3.5 inches deep!
Features high contrast high brightness, new
APS -- Auto Power Save Circuit for less power consumption and increased
panel life, dual standard PAL/ NTSC, automatic PC/ Cine Gamma selection,
1080i/720p/480i/480p, adjustable color temp from 10,000K-3000K, 120/ 240VAC
operation, and I/O connections face down/out for easy access.
- JVC GD-V4210PZWGA 42 inch plasma tv flat panel monitor
New and improved
CCF -- Capsulated RGB Color Filter for more natural colors and increased contrast
ratio and light output
New APS --
Auto Power Save Circuit for less power consumption and increased panel life
PC/ Cine Gamma selection 1080i/720p/480i/480p
Color Temp from 10,000K-3000K
face Down/Out - Easy Access
and mounting brackets are identical to GD-V4210PZW
SPECFICATIONS - jvc gdv-4210pzwga 42" PLASMA TV
FLAT PANEL DISPLAY
Brightness : 580 cd/m2
Brightness : 360 cd/m2
Screen Size: 42-inch diagonal
Resolution: 853 x 480
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Colors: 16.7 million
Weight: 78.8 lbs / 36 kg
Dimensions: 40.75in W 25.25in H 3.6in D
Power: AC 120 V / AC 230 V, 50 Hz/60 Hz
Resolution Capabilities: SVGA
Video Standards: NTSC, NTSC 4.43, PAL,
Control Panel: Onboard and remote
The new JVC Plasma GDV4210PZWGA multimedia
screen assigns 256 values to each red, green, and blue
component of each pixel to display over 16.77 million colors and utilizes
advanced technology to prevent orange light generation and ensure pure red,
green, and blue emissions. These features, together with black-stripe
processing of cell partitions and an exclusive JVC-developed filter, make
possible color reproduction with the clarity and fidelity of true
photographic quality and the generation of graphics with exceptionally rich
Contrast Ratio — 1200:1
The JVC Plasma GDV4210PZWGA widescreen
display comes with sophisticated circuitry that enhances its
contrast ratio to 1200:1, making it the leader in its class. For the viewer,
that means crystal sharp pictures which seem to leap out of the screen.
Besides creating an eye-catching display, high contrast offers special
advantages when displaying detailed tables of alphanumeric characters — such
as a rail or airline schedule. So, viewers can read spreadsheets of
information instantly. It also reduces eye fatigue among users who spend
long periods tracking alphanumeric information on a screen, whether
industrial production statistics or stock and currency exchange rate quotes.
Actual Brightness — 360 cd/m2
Brightness has also received a strong boost compared to conventional levels. Delivering bright pictures of 360 cd/m2, the GD-V4210PZWGA outperforms conventional models. Brighter images further extend the monitor’s applications to outdoor use in strong sunlight and indoor locations where the ambient light level is unusually high.
To ensure long-term, reliable operation of the plasma display, JVC has added special display maintenance functions.
When activated via the On-screen Display (OSD), the picture is periodically shifted by about one centimeter in each of the four diagonal directions. This diffuses the fatigue of the high-brightness portion of the picture to achieve a relative reduction of the fatigue.
When activated via the OSD, a built-in signal generator generates a signal to give an all-white screen picture, which is displayed over the entire screen. The difference in the degree of fatigue per pixel is equalized by displaying an all-white picture on the entire screen (The display of white is achieved through the equal use of R, B, and G.).
When activated via the OSD, complementary colors for the input video colors are displayed in a similar manner to the negative-positive reversal where, for example, if blue (B) is displayed, a supplemental color (yellow = R+G) is displayed to equalize the total degree of fatigue of all the cells, which keeps the color generation equal when there is display color variance or color emission. Even when the text information or still images are displayed during the show event for a long time, the fatigue of cells is reduced. Similar to the Refresh Mode, the total degree of fatigue of all cells is equalized by adding complementary colors to each cell.
The GDV4210PZWGA is XGA compatible for high-resolution graphics. And, because XGA is compatible with a non-interlaced monitor like the GD-V4210PZW, users enjoy the added benefit of a flicker-free display.
Flexible and Easy Adjustment
JVC has provided its plasma display with an array of unique functions that support a wide range of applications. An on-screen menu makes it easy for the user to choose the best settings for a particular operating environment. The color temperature can be preset at two selective values: 6500°K (LOW) and 9300°K (HIGH). The user can also adjust the color temperature within the range between 3000 and 10000°K, especially beneficial in broadcast studio environments which utilize live plasma displays within their set design. For example, setting the
JVC Plasma GDV4210PZWGA to 3200°K allows studio cameras shooting with 3200°K filters to faithfully reproduce the vivid range of colors our plasma display is capable of displaying. Picture size and position are individually adjustable in both directions (vertical and horizontal) to match the video signal input. For the High Definition signal input, which is becoming increasingly popular, the picture size can be preset for two types of signal: 1035i and 1080i.
Powerful Features from Plasma Technology
The GD-V4210PZWGA has important features only a plasma display can deliver. Flat display eliminates distortion, and with a viewing angle of 160° from any direction, images can be clearly seen from anywhere in a room. Flicker-free display, this non-interlace system uses every scanning line of the display, unlike a CRT, which uses every other line. The benefits are virtually zero eye fatigue, even when viewing the monitor for long periods. Immune to electromagnetic fields, the plasma monitor is not affected by the noise that affects conventional monitors, and so can be used for a wider range of applications. Together, these key features open up a wide range of demanding assignments in environments where other monitors cannot operate successfully.