The Flanders Scientific AM210 has been designed specifically to offer a level of affordability in accurate and capable broadcast monitoring. The AM210 is large enough to be used in an edit suite yet lightweight, durable, and compact enough to work exceptionally well as a field monitor.
FSI's Color Fidelity and LUT Interpolation Engine houses multiple 4,913 point (17³) calibration LUTs for accurate and reliable color reproduction. Instantly select from Rec709, EBU, SMPTE-C, and custom user generated color spaces.
Additional gamma, peak luminance, and color temperature toggles further add to the versatility of this monitor.
FSI monitors come pre-calibrated from the factory and free recalibration is always available for customers that would like to send their units in to an FSI service department.
Quickly and easily perform your own 3D LUT based calibration with advanced color management solutions like LightIllusion's ColourSpace CMS or SpectraCal's CalMAN.
Enterprise-level clients that own a large number of AM210 can also take advantage of FSI's Volumetric AutoCal using a Minolta CA310.
A wide variety of scopes and meters are available. Display up to two scopes on screen at a time. Scopes can be positioned in any of 6 on-screen positions. When using two scopes the scope windows can be stacked horizontally or vertically depending on your preference. Video scopes work across all inputs, even DVI.
Parade waveform. Adjustable parade intensity. Levels above or below 100IRE show in white for easier identification.
This monitor features several audio metering tools as well as the ability to disembed any single channel or stereo pair of audio to the monitor's internal speakers or audio line out. Disembedded audio is always delayed by the exact amount of video processing time to ensure proper lip-sync.
Horizontal Audio Level Meters
Display 2, 8, or 16 channels of audio arranged in audio groups or stereo pairs with real-time numerical display of dB levels per channel. Meters feature adjustable Alignment Level, Permitted Max Level, and Peak Hold Time. Select between True Peak, PPM Type I, or PPM Type II ballistics. Meters will indicate NO DATA if an audio group is not embedded in the signal to differentiate it from audio channels that may be mute, but still embedded.