Sony has launched its powerful new BRAVIA 4K HDR BZ40H series of professional displays for the commercial market in Asia Pacific. The new models include 55-inch (FW-55BZ40H), 65-inch (FW-65BZ40H), 75-inch (FW-75BZ40H) and 85-inch (FW-85BZ40H) options for use in various B2B applications.
The BZ40H series combines Sony’s high picture quality and system on a chip platform with intelligent, convenient professional features, providing flexibility to customize the display to meet users’ specific needs. This generation of BRAVIA professional displays has been cosmetically redesigned with input from users to offer new terminal positions, a flat bottom bezel and a reinforced structure. When compared to previous professional BRAVIA models, the BZ40H series offers faster processing and transfer speeds to accommodate the demands of the professional space. The new line-up is planned to be available in the region from next month onwards.
In addition to an embedded 4K HDR processor and TRILUMINOS display technology, the BZ40H series implements a number of Sony’s advanced AV technologies, including detailed 4K picture quality with 620-nit overall and 850-nit peak brightness with high contrast, as well as X-Balanced speakers, which together provide customers with exquisite picture and sound.
With a thin and lightweight design, the BZ40H is optimized for commercial usage and the simplified pro-oriented front view fits multiple applications. The BZ40H series features an advanced IP network connection (wired/wireless LAN) and supports Crestron Connected, Extron IP Link system, or can easily integrate with other typical central control systems. All of Sony’s professional BRAVIA models offer a three-year warranty for customer’s peace of mind.
Easy-to-operate, one-step settings optimize the BZ40H Series for meeting and conference rooms or digital signage applications, and a professional mode (Pro mode) allows users to customize the display to meet their needs. Sony’s professional BRAVIAs also offer simplified export/import functions using USB memory, which allows a user to configure multiple displays from one “master” settings file, improving installation efficiency and providing a consistent setup for enterprise customers.