Samsung Announces New Custom Install MX LCDs

Posted: Sep 9 2008, 10:23am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 10:27am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

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Samsung has announced a new large format LCD screen series that is intended for the custom installation market. The new series is called the MX-series and the screens are ready to connect to satellite or set top boxes.

The series offers quick menu access, automatic video source detection, direct input selection, black-level extension, and 450 nits of brightness. The screens also feature ambient light sensors to adjust the picture for optimum viewing. A pair of 10W speakers are built into the displays as well. Screen resolution for the series is 1366 x 768 and contrast ratio is 3000:1.

"We see large format display technology gaining mass adoption in a variety of custom installation environments. The MX-series offers an installer the opportunity to provide customers high-quality displays with exceptional performance at an affordable price," said Christopher Franey, vice president of commercial sales and marketing for Samsung Electronics America, Information Technology Division. "Samsung recognizes the price-apprehension of entering this market and the need to deliver product that has the critical combination of value and performance. The MX-series delivers on both."

Via Samsung

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