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SmallHD 1703 P3X 17″ Monitor

SmallHD 1703 P3X 17″ Monitor


The 1703 P3X is a color reference monitor made for DPs, DIT, and post. It rivals other OLED monitors like the Sony PVM-A170, but unlike OLED monitors it is also viewable in daylight. This production monitor can fully cover the DCI-P3 color space with its wide color gamut, well beyond the REC709 color space. All this combined with the default utilities of a SmallHD monitor makes it an amazing choice for any production.


  • Monitor Resolution: 1920×1080 (Full HD)
  • 17″ Full HD IPS LCD Production Monitor
  • Bit Depth: 10-bit
  • 900nits brightness
  • Color Gamut – 100% DCI.P3
  • (2) SDI inputs/outputs
  • (1) HDMI input/output


  • Monitor
  • Gold Mount plate
  • Baby Pin RX
  • Shade
  • Power cable
  • 2 x SDI cables


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