|Dimensions||Width: 385 mm (15 1/16")
Depth: 434 mm (17 1/8")Height: 342 mm (13 1/2")
|Weight||28 lb, 9 oz (13 kg)|
|Dot Pitch||0.37 mm|
|Earliest Date||c. 1987|
|Latest Date||c. 1994|
|Composite||Yes, one BNC and one VTR|
|Component||Analog and TTL RGB via DB25 (CMPTR)|
Introduced in 1987, the Sony PVM-1390 is one of the few PVMs that is directly based on a consumer Trinitron chassis, including an all-plastic construction. It features a decent variety of inputs including a single BNC composite video connector, a VTR input for connecting a professional video tape recorder, an S-video input (introduced that same year with the S-VHS standard), and a 25-pin CMPTR input which accepts both analog and TTL RGB.
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