Zenith 42" Plasma 16:9 EDTV Model P42W34?

Discussion in 'Displays' started by Michael Douglas, May 2, 2004.

  1. Michael Douglas

    Michael Douglas Stunt Coordinator

    Dec 4, 2003
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    Anyone heard anything about this plasma TV? It's another of the big-but-cheap TVs. However, part of me is thinking I need to spend money on one of the big boys (Sony, Panasonic) to actually get quality. Zenith is probably down there with Daewoo.

    1200:1 contrast ratio delivers an ultra-sharp contrast between light and dark images

    1000 cd/m² high-brightness ensures your picture is always incredibly bright, even in well-lit rooms

    852 x 480p high-resolution produces extremely detailed imagery

    Aspect ratio correction provides intelligent resizing of video and computer images to 16:9 widescreen or 4:3 conventional formats

    DVI with HDCP interface provides a secure, all-digital signal path for the delivery of copy-protected high-definition content from compatibly equipped sources

    Flexible picture-in-picture lets you watch 2 shows at once

    Wide 160-degree viewing angles

    Picture orbiter and whitewash functions help prevent burn-in
    Faroudja DCDi de-interlacer

    Quiet, fan-free operation

    Jacks include: DVI with HDCP, hi-res component video, S-video input, composite input, 3 audio inputs, audio output, RGB input (15-pin Type-D connector) and RS-232c

    Standard-definition (SDTV), enhanced-definition (EDTV) and high-definition (HDTV) monitors require an optional set-top box to receive digital signals

  2. Gabriel_Lam

    Gabriel_Lam Screenwriter

    Mar 7, 2002
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    You may want to drop by your local Best Buy and take a look at it. I found it still had a way to go to reach the quality of a $2700 Panasonic 42" plasma.

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