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Pioneer PDP-425CMX Plasma Monitor (PDP425CMX)

42" diagonal, 16:9, $2,599 MSRP Add to Compare List

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Pioneer PDP-425CMX Plasma Monitor

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 Product Sheet    User's Manual More Pioneer
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  Display (Show Metric Units)
Screen Size 42" Diagonal
Display Technology Plasma
Resolution 1024x768
Pixel Pitch 0.67 V × 0.90 H
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Contrast Ratio      **
Brightness 1400 cd/m2
Displayable Colors 1.1 billion colors
Viewing Angle      **
Display Life      **
Response Time      **
Screen Filter      **
Color System      **
Formats 480p, 720p
VGA In 15-Pin Dsub Back
DVI Digital Input 24 pin DVI-D Back
RS232 DB-9 Dsub Back
Bezel Color Black
Power Supply 100V - 120V
Power Consumption 285 Watts
Standby Power      **
Dimensions (W x H x D)
(without stand or speakers)
40.3" x 24.0" x 3.8"
Weight 67.3 lbs.
Speakers      **
FCC Class FCC Class B, Home Use
Warranty 1 year
MSRP $2,599
Production Status Out of Production
Last Ship Date Mar 2007
  Additional Features
3D Picture Support      **
3:2 Pull Down No
V-Chip No
Closed Captioning No
Picture-In-Picture Yes
** this item is either not applicable, unpublished, or unknown
  Pioneer's Description
2006 marks the debut of our newest 42" professional plasma, the PDP-425CMX. This panel is like no other, displaying brighter images and blacker blacks. The PDP-425CMX incorporates ACE IV (advanced continuous emission) technology which makes it highly efficient and gives you the best possible picture quality available. The PDP-425CMX is designed to ready for any type of professional installation with the integrator of two Expansion Solutions card slots, one for communication and one for advanced data. Whether you are choosing a plasma display for a lobby, conference room, point of information or public display, trust the leader in plasma technology and choose Pioneer.

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