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LCD PHILIPS Cineos 42PF9830 - 37" and 42" 1920x1080 full HD

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by volkan, Sep 1, 2005.

  1. volkan

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    New generation Flat TV Cineos, with Ambilight 2 et Pixel Plus 2 HD.

    The 42PF9830 (42 " – 106cm) et 37PF9830 (37 " – 94cm) both are Full HD 1920x1080 pixels.

    The 37" is release in mid-september
    The 42" is release a the end of year


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  2. Caprylate

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    I'm not sure but does 1920 x 1080 only work at 25Hz or something? I remember reading an article about it, but I could be wrong. It looks very nice though. :cool:
     
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    Where all parties are struggling to keep up with the tremendous data throughput of even half the pixel area there will surely be at least some compromises. Can't wait to compare it with the latest Samsung.
     
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    Rubbish, computer monitors can deal with resolutions well above 1920x1080 without even breaking a sweat. The only problem is broken HDMI chipsets that are too crippled to accept 1080p.
     
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    I did not say that there aren't any 1080p/50/60 standards. The content is formatted to what region you live in just like dvds and video games. Most HDTVs are multi-system.(world wide compatible)
     
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    :)

    It is not just a question of showing the information. Each pixel seems to need polishing, special treatment, filtering, .... the works. Most screens (especially LCD) don't look all that great without these measures.
     
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    Well the 42" is between £3099 - £3800 and although Philips will tell you its been availble since August its not. Theres been 3 spec changes also other the last 4 months. I believe they will be availble in November.
     

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