The advanced DLP? optical system produces a bright, high-resolution, high contrast image in a display that is lighter and thinner than conventional CRT-based projection TVs.
Panasonic TVs with DLP? technology
incorporate some of the latest DLP? advances, including the HD2+ Digital Micromirror Device and an 8-segment color wheel that helps minimize dithering artifacts. The single chip design also allows for perfect convergence since there aren't separate chips for red, green, and blue like conventional projection displays.
Deep Blacks, Bright Whites, and Lush Colors
The realism of a TV's image is strongly linked to its contrast ratio, and this TV features a high contrast ratio of up to 2500:11. Such a wide range from black to white means great depth and dimensionality with vibrant colors. Deep blacks provide excellent shadow detail during dark scenes, while brilliant whites allow our DLP? TVs to render bright scenes with vivid realism.
A Single Cable Carries High-Quality Digital Audio and Video
If you have even a moderately complicated home theater setup, you probably have a pile of tangled cables on the floor behind it. Imagine replacing all those cables with a single cable that carries both digital video and audio at the same time. With the new HDMI standard, that's exactly what you get. The HDMI connector on this TV accepts high-quality digital video and audio via the same thin cable, allowing you to run one cable from the source to the TV.
Share Digital Photos On the Big Screen with Photo Viewer
The best images you can ever view on a Panasonic DLP? TV don't have anything to do with HDTV. Share your JPEG photos taken with a Lumix? digital camera on a Panasonic DLP? TV using the built-in SD card slot. Simply insert the SD card, which is about the size of a postage stamp, into the SD slot on the TV and enjoy a photo slideshow.
A Cinema-Style Viewing Experience At Home
This widescreen TV features a width-to-height ratio similar to movie theater screens, providing a theater-like experience at home. View HDTV broadcasts and widescreen DVDs the way they were meant to be seen.
Crisp, Lifelike Details
HDTV broadcasts and DVDs offer more detail and better color than analog broadcasts, and it takes a high-resolution display to deliver all that picture information. The high pixel count of this DLP? display provides fine detail for outstanding HDTV reproduction. More pixels also translate into less stair-stepping artifacts; curved and diagonal edges look smooth and natural.