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Interlaced plasma display?

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by EN, Mar 21, 2005.

  1. EN

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    In some tech spec I read that resolution is XXXXxXXX interlaced.
    For example SONY TS1, TS2, MR1.
    What does it mean? The only Sony display without this mark is MRX1.
    What about Panasonic?

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    Anyone? Are those displays interlaced?
    What is ALIS display?
     
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    Try a Forum search for ALIS and you'll get all the answers you seek, or even a Google search for ALiS +Hitachi.

    I'm pretty sure that the TS1, TS2 and MR1 all use ALiS glass and therefore the picture they produce is interlaced and not progressive. Still a good picture though imho.

    All Panasonic Plasma TV's and panels are progressive display devices.

    ALIS is a technology developed by Hitachi and licenced by other manufacturers such as Sony.

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