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Loewe Integrated HDTV

Discussion in 'TVs' started by spinaltap, Sep 9, 2005.

  1. spinaltap

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    Loewe intend to produce an integrated HDTV panel in time for the 2006 World Cup:

    High resolution HDTV receiver integrated into the TV platform
    (MPEG-2 and MPEG-4).
    • A hybrid tuner concept for analogue and digital reception of
    programmes broadcast terrestrially, or by satellite or cable.
    • Latest generation high resolution panel.
    • Two digital, high-resolution interfaces (HDMI) including the
    futuristic digital copy protection HDCP for transmitting image
    and sound signals.
    • Two common interfaces for reception of Pay TV broadcasts.
    • Double tuner for convenient “picture in picture” display and
    hard disk memory for Loewe Digital RecordingPlus (DR+).

    The full details can be seen at - http://www.loewe-uk.com/index.php?s...gation=352&root=53&system_id=31010&com=detail
     
  2. ianh64

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    Why do we want HD in time for the 2006 World Cup? There isn't going to be any UK interest.
     
  3. Starburst

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    Have faith, surely we can't screw it up this close!
    On the technical front it is however almost as useful as being sold a 16:9 telly for the last world cup and euro championships.

    Still, it is the future and the standards for broadcasters are in place.
     

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