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Flanders Scientific Introduces AM211 and BM211 Monitors

The AM211 and BM211 are direct replacements for the AM210 and BM210 respectively with one key distinction from the older units, an all new backlight providing two significant measurable performance improvements:

Maximum colour gamut is now 96 percent of P3 compared to Rec709 maximum of previous models.
Better black levels thanks to a 30 percent+ increase in contrast ratio.

Additionally, the new backlight uses a very similar LED element to that found in our higher-end DM170, DM240, and XM310K monitors offering a better perceptual match than ever between entry level and top of the line solutions.

Best of all, the AM211 and BM211 will be available at the same price as the previous AM210 and BM210 monitors they are replacing.

Flanders believes the AM211’s and BM211’s wide colour gamut, higher contrast, and new backlight technology will be a welcome addition to facilities and productions that want to mix in more affordable monitoring options while preserving a great deal of visual consistency with their hero monitors.


The AM211 is an affordable and accurate professional broadcast monitor. Large enough to be used in an edit suite yet lightweight, durable, and compact enough to work exceptionally well as a field monitor.


The BM211 is a lightweight, power-efficient, and colour accurate professional display with an extended feature set geared towards production, editorial, and broadcast environments. The BM211 builds on the AM211’s capabilities with hardware that additionally supports popular features like live side-by-side viewing for two signals, look LUT support, dual-link SDI compatibility, the advanced Video Data Analyzer, HDR Preview modes, and much more.

Additionally, tetrahedral LUT interpolation is includedto the BM211 to maximise the performance of both calibration and look LUTs. Moving from trilinear to tetrahedral LUT interpolation on the BM211 helps to further ensure consistency with FSI’s higher-end DM and XM series monitors, which all use tetrahedral LUT interpolation.


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