Large-Screen Plasma Displays

Nov. 1, 2008
The PlasmaSync Professional Series 42– (42XP10), 50- (50XP10) and 60-inch (60XP10) high-definition displays from NEC reproduce brilliant colors, perfect whites and deep, rich blacks; they sharpen text for easy reading and optimize contrast for viewing various content in any lighting condition. Enhanced Motion Adaptive 3D Scan Conversion provides optimized interpolation of moving video for a near 3-D experience. Advanced AccuBlend technology scales non-native resolutions to the native resolution of the display without sacrificing image quality, while Color Tune technology allows for adjustment of individual colors without affecting white balance. Technologies such as TileMatrix allow for the building of video walls (up to 25 displays in a 5×5 matrix) using the OSD, while TileComp compensates for the bezel width to create a more seamless video wall. Contrast ratios up to 15000:1, native resolutions as high as 1366 x 768 and 1.07 billion colors supply a vivid picture. Inputs/outputs include 24-pin DVI-D, HDCP, RGB, component video (Y,Pb,Pr/Y, Cb, Cr), S-video, composite and RCA stereo + external speaker jacks. A 1-year warranty covers parts and labor and the plasma module. NEC Display Solutions, Itaca, Ill.

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