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Clemens Fischer April 17th, 2009 08:57 AM

SONY or JVC Monitor?
has anybody experience with the SONY LMD-1750W or the JVC DT-V17L3D?

i am going to buy a new monitor for my editing suite, and would be happy to have a goor recommondation!

thanks a lot!
clemens fischer

Andrew Kimery April 17th, 2009 03:17 PM

I've heard nothing but bad things w/regards to Sony flat panel production monitors.


Marcello Mazzilli April 17th, 2009 03:26 PM

I was thinking to buy the JVC one. Generally I am a little confused about interlaced and progressive. Can I view fields on a flat monitor? I imagine so. Is it also progressive? (i mean real progressive not a fake-fielded progressive with the two fields the same).

John Peterson April 19th, 2009 10:28 AM


I use the JVC TM-H150CGU CRT monitor for all my production work. It works for productions to be viewed in HD or SD on CRT, Plasma, and LCD televisions. No artifacting, or other problems and a screen resolution of 750 lines which is more than enough for HD editing.
It is also very reasonably priced here in the states.

I checked the Sony Professional Website in Italy and they do list it:

See here:


It is under $500 here in the states.

JVC | TMH-150CGU 15-Inch Color Production Monitor | TMH150CGU
PROVANTAGE: JVC TMH-150CGU TM-H150CGU 15-inch High Resolution Color Monitor
CRT Monitors

I am not sure how much it will cost in Italy.


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