Depth: 562mmHeight: 280mm
|Weight||50 lb, 10 oz|
|TV Lines||800 (4:3), 600 (16:9)|
|Earliest Date||April 2001|
|Latest Date||April 2001|
|Regions||NTSC, PAL, SECAM|
|Controller||CRT:BKM-10R or CRT:BKM-11R|
|Optional Boards||CRT:BKM-120D CRT:BKM-142HD|
|Operation Manual||BVM-D14/D9 Manual|
|Service Manual||BVM-D14 Manual|
|Brochure||BVM-D Series Brochure|
The H5 models are handy due to the fact that they do not require an external controller and instead provide buttons along the side of the unit to navigate the on-screen display. They also provide buttons for manual control over a handful of functions, including analog knobs for brightness, contrast, chroma, and phase.
The BVM-D and PVM-L series monitors require a rather rare input board for RGB/YPbPr inputs: the CRT:BKM-129X. The 9 and 14-inch D-Series models came with this board installed by default. It is recommended to instead get Martin Hejnfelt's BKM-129X clone (source files) as it is much cheaper and built with modern parts.