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Panasonic’s Big Daddy Plasma TH-103PF10EK

TH-103PF10EK

Professional Plasma

  • Resolution (1920 x 1080 Pixel)
  • 103 inch
  • 16:9 Format
  • Versatile input connections
  • Contrast Ratio (5.000:1)
  • The flagship model of the plasma series automatically attracts attention.
TH-103PF10EK
TH-103PF10EK 
 

103″ Full HD Plasma Display (1,920 x 1,080)

With the Full HD resolutions, a picture quality is achieved which previously simply inconceivable. Exquisite resolution of 1,920 x 1,080, allows the viewer to literally dive into a fascinating world of images. Inside, a 1080p processor works together with the new system LSI with HD optimiser. This detects the MPEG artefacts upon the receipt of digital HD signals, reduces them ensuring clean and clear pictures. In order to further increase the panel performance, the 1080p driver supports 16-bit image processing, guaranteeing super-crisp motion sequences.

4,096 brightness steps create pictures that are so vivid and realistic that they directly address the viewers emotions. In darker environments, the ‘Super Cinema Mode’ can achieve a particularly rich shade of black and an amazing contrast ratio of 5,000:1. Unique connection capabilities through the use of plug-in boards allow high-performance and flexible solutions for professional applications.

The display is rotatable by ninety degrees allowing full portrait mode

Panasonic demonstrates the degree of quality that can really be implemented with ‘HD-ready’ in conjunction with the applicable slot-in terminal boards…

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Vivitek’s H9080FD will be the first 1080p LED DLP on show in the UK

California-based Vivitek has announced what it claims will be the world’s first 1080p LED Home Cinema DLP projector. The H9080FD will be on show at the London CEDIA Expo later this month, but only to industry insiders who get an invite to a nearby hotel location.

Vivitek's H9080FD will be the first 1080p LED DLP on show in the UK

LED DLP technology has created a lot of excitement because it seems to overcome many of the disadvantages of single-chip DLP projection. Instead of a rotating colour wheel it will use an innovative LED module, negating the rainbow effect and reducing noise and heat; a sophisticated LED-driving algorithm emulates the function of the colour wheel and dynamic black shutter LED lighting should also give the viewer an impression of a much higher video brightness than a conventional mercury lamp.

The H9080FD is also said to feature an instant on-and-off function thanks to the immediate full brightness response of the LED module.

David Chiu, President of Vivitek, said “This ground-breaking projector brings a powerful, clean, and pure signal for non-distorted, high-quality performance. The brightness and HD imaging are unmatched by any of the other LED units I have seen. Although the H9080FD DLP projector has a brightness specification of only 800 ANSI lumen, the saturated image and 100,000:1 contrast ratio give users the impression of a far higher figure”.

The Full HD (1920×1080) projector also claims low-energy and low-power consumption features, a 20,000-hour LED module lifespan provides (up to 10 times longer than a conventional projector lamp) and easy to change bayonet-type lenses to suit the throw distance of the installation required.

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