NEC New 65-Inch LCD for Digital Signage -

NEC New 65-Inch LCD for Digital Signage

Publish date:

NEC Display Solutions announced this week its largest LCD yet, the 65-inch NEC MultiSync LCD6520. The commercial-grade display delivers a robust feature set and dynamic technology expansion capabilities.

The LCD6520 is embedded with NEC’s Digital Signage Technology Suite (DSTS), which includes more than 20 features and functions developed specifically for digital signage, making the display ideal for the transportation, corporate, medical, retail, and hospitality markets. When used in digital signage applications, these features create a lower cost of ownership by eliminating the need for additional and sometimes expensive third-party components. With the addition of an expansion slot that provides the option for additional technology components, the LCD6520 provides future-proofing flexibility, allowing the display to adapt to emerging technologies, such as IPTV, or for the insertion of small form-factor PCs, media players or additional input configurations.

This new display features a 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution with a 2000:1 contrast ratio, 6-millisecond response time, and Ambix+™ Technology, which supports both digital and analog inputs. The LCD6520 LCD display is the largest direct-view display ever offered by NEC, and is available in both portrait and landscape models.

The new MultiSync LCD6520 offers the following key features:
- Commercial grade technology for 24/7 usage
- Exclusive Digital Signage Technology Suite with 20+ advanced features
- Built-in expansion slot, which allows for seamless integration of third-party components (CAT5 receiver, Single Board Computer, HD-SDI, DVI loop-thru for Daisy Chain set-up)
- Optional digital tuner available for landscape model, which allows for high-definition television capabilities
- Optional 15-watt speakers available in 2008
- AV inputs for HDMI, composite, S-Video, RCA, and mini-pin JACK
- Full High-Definition (HD) 1080p resolution (1920 x 1080) for optimum clarity
- 2000:1 contrast ratio
- 6-millisecond response time for full-motion video
- Display management controls, which lower energy consumption and save money

The NEC MultiSync LCD6520 is available in a black cabinet and is backed by 24-hour/day, 7-day/week customer service and technical support. The 65-inch display includes a standard three-year warranty. One- and two-year extended warranties are also available.
The LCD6520L-AV and LCD6520P-AV are available for shipping with an estimated street price of $18,499.99 and $19,999.99, respectively.

For additional information about NEC Display Solutions of America monitors, consumers can call (866) NEC-MORE, or visit the Web site at:


NEC 65-Inch LCD Panel

NEC Display Solutions of America, announced this week the addition of a 65-inch model to its commercial-grade V Series, the V651. This model offers digital signage users world-class features at a cost-conscious price. Designed for extended use in retail, restaurants, indoor venues, training facilities and corporate b

NEC New Format LCD for Signage

By David Keene Last year, LG introduced its “Stretch” wide format LCD panel for digital signage … with a super-wide footprint. And this new unit from NEC is also an interesting addition to the genre. 16X9 (or the still-used 3X4) does not fit every application. It’s nice to see the major players throwing other

NEC Video Wall for Digital Signage

NEC Display Solutions of America, provider of commercial and residential LCD, plasma, and projector displays, announced at the Digital Signage Expo a new pre-configured TileMatrix Video Wall Solution comprised of four NEC 46-inch MultiSync LCD4620-2-IT displays. The NEC MultiSync LCD4620-2-IT display features an ultra-thin-bezel design which helps create a near seamless look and feel for video wall applications. NEC’s exclusive TileMatrix technology allows for video walls comprised of up to 25 displays (5x5) using only a single video source. This eliminates the hassle and additional costs of splitters and distribution amplifiers or connecting monitors to multiple sources. The system’s TileCompT feature is fine-tuned to compensate for the narrow bezels, allowing the image to look crisp with no loss of content at the edges. The complete solution is ideal for retail digital signage, information and public display, corporate settings and command and contro

Image placeholder title

NEC Adds 65 Inch Touch Display to V Series

NEC Display Solutions of America has added a 65-inch model to its Touch-Integrated V Series. The commercial-grade panel and components deliver touchscreen capabilities for digital signage and video wall applications in education, corporate, retail and restaurant environments.

NEC 46-inch X462HB Display

NEC Display Solutions of America, provider of commercial LCD display and projector solutions, announced today the latest addition to its X Series, the high-bright 46-inch X462HB. This professional-grade, large-screen display is designed for the rigors of 24/7 operation in a variety of applications, including outdoor d

Planar 82-inch LCD

At the Digital Signage Expo 2011 in Las Vegas last week, Planar Systems, Inc., added an 82-inch LCD display to its growing lineup of displays for advertising and digital signage applications in airports, shopping malls and other public spaces. The Planar d82L combines, according to Planar, “the slimmest profile in its

NEC Adds 52-Inch LCD Display to P Series

NEC Display Solutions of America announced the addition of the 52-inch P521 to its P Series, joining the 40-inch P401, 46-inch P461 and 70-inch P701. This industrial strength display is ideal in rigorous 24/7 environments such as airports, public information, rental and staging and healthcare. The P521 will replace t

NEC Major New LCD Screen Releases

David Keene– We get so many new product releases, daily, that it’s often hard to sort the wheat from the chaff. But NEC has been at the forefront of providing LED-backlit LCD panels designed specifically for commercial AV/ digital signage applications, that this new product (that I saw personally last week at the CETW