NEC MultiSync PA Series monitors feature a custom-designed color processor called the SpectraView Engine. This sophisticated processor, combined with internal luminance, temperature and time monitoring of the monitor, and individual characterization and calibration of each unit during production, results in an unparalleled level of color control, accuracy and stability.

The wide color gamut and high-contrast LCD panel used on the monitor, coupled with the SpectraView Engine, provide the utmost in versatility; from the ability to accurately emulate colorspaces such as AdobeRGB and sRGB, to performing printer output emulations using ICC Profiles and internal 3D Look Up Tables.

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Picture Mode preset configuration
Click here for a larger view Multiple color modes can be quickly configured and selected using MultiProfiler. Choose from the simplicity of built-in sRGB, Adobe RGB, DCI, DICOM, REC-BT709 and High Brightness modes, or load a device ICC profile for color matching a printer or even another monitor. A powerful Wizard interface helps guide you through creating and customizing different custom Picture Mode configurations, including controlling every aspect of the monitor such as the gamma characteristics, color gamut, white point, and brightness.
 
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Picture-in-Picture (PIP) configuration
The powerful video processor in the MultiSync PA Series allows two video signals to be viewed at once in a secondary PIP or Picture-by-Picture (PBP) window configuration. The picture of the secondary window can even be configured to display in a different colorspace, allowing functions like simultaneous viewing of printer emulations, or even human color vision deficiencies.
 
 
 
 
DisplaySync Pro and USB hub configuration
The USB hub integrated into the MultiSync PA Series can also be managed through MultiProfiler to function as a Keyboard / Video / Mouse (KVM) switch. This feature allows the mapping of the two USB upstream ports to the various monitor inputs, which is useful for managing multiple computers attached to the unit.
 
 
 
 
 
Automatic generation of ICC/ColorSync profiles
MultiProfiler automatically generates and updates ICC profiles for the monitor as the color modes are selected or adjusted. This activity, coupled with the internal stabilization and highly accurate characterization and calibration of each monitor during production, reduces the need for a profiling package to profile the monitor.
 
 
 
 
Flexible
Communications with the monitor can be performed either through the video cable using the Display Data Channel / Command Interface (DDC/CI), or via an USB upstream connection to the unit (using optional USB cable). This allows for better compatibility with different host PC platforms.
 
 
 
 
 

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