Germany – Absen has celebrated an industry award for its flagship M2.9 rental staging panel with the introduction of the new Absen M2.9 Pro.
Since its introduction in September last year, the M2.9 has taken the rental staging industry by storm with its innovative and patented locking system which allows technicians to mount and lock cabinets in as fast as three seconds, and a self-cooling module design and high-refresh rate which make it the perfect solution for indoor staging.
In keeping with its mission to provide the most advanced LED solutions, Absen Europe announced the availability of the M2.9 Pro – a new version of the M2.9 – taking the product a further step ahead of the competition.
The M2.9 Pro is a sub-3mvm pitch LED solution which features a patented fast locking system that typically saves up 50% of building time compared to standard LED panels, while ensuring perfect alignment and protecting against pixel damage thanks to its advanced design, making the build-up of a video wall even faster.
Weighting only 8.6kg, the new M2.9 Pro is Absen’s new flagship black SMD panel. Boasting a contrast ratio of 7,500:1 in a 168×168 pixel cabinet (500 x 500 x 96 mm), the M2.9 Pro can be stacked to create a ±5° concave or convex screen surface without the need for any additional tools or accessories, taking modularity to another level.
The new version has been improved with advanced embedded image processing to ensure a more striking and eye-catching content for the audience: An 18bit+ display improves grayscale performance under low brightness, showing more vivid and realistic images. It also features ClearView technology, which allows the texture, size and contrast of images displayed to be adjusted in order to further enhance image details. Finally, the SmartGamma technology improves brightness and grayscale.
Earlier this month, Absen Europe’s marketing manager Selen Guler Arabaci and product director Liam Winter took the stage at the 2017 AV Awards in London to receive the Best Production Product award for the M2.9, in front of a crowd of over 1,200 industry professionals.