Video Walls that Draw a Crowd
The PN-V701 display was developed specifically for use in multi-monitor installations in either portrait or landscape orientation. Thanks to its combined bezel width of just 4.4 mm*, large images on a video wall appear natural and almost seamless. The grand scale of the 70" Class (69.5" diagonal) monitor allows you to build video walls with fewer monitors and fewer bezels, which serves to minimize the non-displayed area. Whether in an airport, railway station, shopping mall, or other public spaces, the PN-V701 display expands the creative possibilities of visual
Excellent Image Quality
The PN-V701 display incorporates Sharp’s UV2 A* technology to ensure highly efficient use of light from the backlight and prevent light leakage, resulting in truly bright whites and extremely deep blacks. The LCD panel also boasts 1,920 (H) × 1,080 (V)-pixel full HD resolution, making everything from fine text to intricate graphics stunningly crisp and clear. A brightness of 700 cd/m2 supports the PN-V701 display in its digital signage duties. Four PN-V701 display monitors set up in a 2 × 2 configuration, for example, can beautifully render every single pixel of
4K Ultra HD 3,840 (H) x 2,160 (V)-pixel content in a form equivalent to a huge 140" Class (139" diagonal) monitor. What’s more, the PN-V701 display employs SHARP Advanced UCCT (Uniform Color Calibration Technology) to achieve brilliant uniformity of color and brightness across the entire video wall.
SHARP Advanced UCCT
To achieve high-quality video walls with superb uniformity of color and brightness, Sharp developed SHARP Advanced UCCT. This unique out-of-the-box technology performs two functions: it corrects the color and brightness within a monitor, and it reduces color inconsistency among monitors by sophisticated color management of each monitor. Thanks to this combination, the PN-V701 display can create video walls of extremely high quality and dynamism.
Hybrid correction of color and brightness
The display characteristics of each small area in the LCD are measured in terms of RGB input signals. Uniformity of color and brightness is then calibrated and corrected for each RGB signal element as shown in the graphs below. Sharp has further improved the accuracy of this technology for the PN-V701 display.
Color management by 3D LUTs
The color management of each monitor utilizing 3D lookup tables (LUTs) achieves a high level of color reproduction toward the predetermined target range. It greatly improves the consistency of color quality between monitors creating a video wall.
Inverse Scan Function
When high-speed video is played on a video wall composed of multiple monitors, slight image misalignments between vertically placed monitors can occur. As a countermeasure, the Inverse Scan function comes standard with the PN-V701 display. This corrects image misalignments by alternating the scanning direction between vertically adjacent monitors, creating smooth and natural images on a large video wall.
Built solid, the PN-V701 display is ideal for use in 24-hour stores and in other demanding professional applications that require around-the-clock operation, seven days a week.