The Japanese company has introduced new LED glass screens integrated into the BH and CH series, a move with which Sony has strengthened its position in the premium high-end screen segment. The BH series consists of the ZRD-BH12D and ZRD-BH15D models, and the CH series consists of the ZRD-CH12D and ZRD-CH15D models.
According to Sony, the BH series offers a high level of brightness and a great reproduction of the color space, while the CH series stands out for offering deep blacks. Damien Weissenberger, Director of Professional Display and Solutions Europe, commented:
“Our Crystal LED displays continue to be the standard. With the launch of the BH and CH series, we’ve made Crystal LED more accessible by offering customers less expensive options that inherit superior image quality and comparable grandeur and reliability, along with greater installation flexibility.”
Going into technical details, we see that the BH series reaches a brightness of 1,700 nits, while the CH series reaches 1,300 nits. Both use Sony’s new X1 image processor, which guarantees good performance, total fluidity and excellent image quality. Among the outstanding functions of the aforementioned processor, 22-bit Super Bit Mapping, Reality Creation and Motion flow deserve special mention.
Both displays offer different size and resolution options (customer selectable), are embedded in an ultra-thin layer to make installation as easy as possible, and are internally calibrated to deliver first-class image quality. Over time, Sony will release firmware updates that will improve color consistency.These new displays from Sony are 10% lighter and thinner than current models and use fewer parts, reducing the installation process by up to 20%. Its efficiency has also improved by 25%. We know it will be available sometime this spring.