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A+K FP 724 Plasma TV (FP724)

42" diagonal, 16:9, 10000:1 contrast Add to Compare List

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Anders+Kern FP 724 Plasma TV

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  Display (Show Metric Units)
Screen Size 42" Diagonal
Display Technology Plasma
Resolution 1024x768
Pixel Pitch      **
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Contrast Ratio 10000:1
Brightness 1200 cd/m2
Displayable Colors 16.8 million colors
Viewing Angle 160°
Display Life      **
Response Time      **
Screen Filter      **
Color System PAL, SECAM
Formats 720p, 1080i
S-Video 4-pin DIN Back
Composite RCA Back
Component (HDTV) 3 RCAs (2 sets) Back
VGA In 15-Pin Dsub Back
Tuner Co-ax (2 sets) Back
SCART SCART (2 sets) Back
DVI Digital Input 24 pin DVI-I Back
RS232 DB-9 Dsub Back
Bezel Color Silver
Power Supply 115V - 230V
Power Consumption 300 Watts
Standby Power 5.0 Watts
Dimensions (W x H x D)
(without stand or speakers)
41.0" x 25.1" x 3.5"
Weight 71.5 lbs.
Speakers 7.0 W × 2
FCC Class FCC Class B, Home Use
Warranty 1 year
MSRP      **
Production Status Out of Production
Last Ship Date Oct 2007
  Additional Features
3D Picture Support      **
3:2 Pull Down      **
V-Chip No
Closed Captioning Yes
Picture-In-Picture Yes
** this item is either not applicable, unpublished, or unknown
  Anders+Kern's Description
Anders+Kern FP 724 "Made in Germany": brilliant equipped consumer model with HD resolution. The new flat panel Anders+Kern FP 724, which has an image diagonal of 42" / 106 cm and is HDTV-enabled, caters to the most varied of requirements. This model can be used as business and consumer device, it is equipped with RF and DVB-T tuners as well as integrated speakers. With a brightness of 1,200 cd/m² and a contrast ratio of 10,000 : 1 the FP 724 goes to ensure brilliant picture enjoyment and maximum depth of definition. HDTV can be displayed in very good quality with the FP 724.

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