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Pioneer PRO-1540HD Plasma TV (PRO1540HD)

60" diagonal, 16:9, $7,000 MSRP Add to Compare List


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Pioneer PRO-1540HD Plasma TV
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 Product Sheet    User's Manual More Pioneer
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  Display (Show Metric Units)
Screen Size 60" Diagonal
Display Technology Plasma
Resolution 1365x768
Pixel Pitch      **
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Contrast Ratio      **
Brightness      **
Displayable Colors      **
Viewing Angle 160°
Display Life 60,000 hours
Response Time      **
Screen Filter      **
  Compatibility
Color System NTSC, ATSC
Formats 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p_24
  Inputs
S-Video 4-pin DIN (2 sets) Back
Composite RCA (2 sets) Back
Component (HDTV) 3 RCAs (2 sets) Back
VGA In 15-Pin Dsub Back
Tuner Co-ax (2 sets) Back
HDMI HDMI (2 sets) Back
Network RJ-45 Back
CableCard   Back
RS232 DB-9 Dsub Back
Composite RCA Front
Component (HDTV) 3 RCAs Front
USB 4 pin Front
  General
Bezel Color Black
Power Supply 120V - 120V
Power Consumption      **
Standby Power      **
Dimensions (W x H x D)
(without stand or speakers)
57.9" x 34.6" x 4.6"
Weight 113.2 lbs.
Speakers 13.0 W × 2
FCC Class FCC Class B, Home Use
Warranty 1 year
MSRP $7,000
Production Status Out of Production
Last Ship Date Dec 2007
  Additional Features
3D Picture Support      **
3:2 Pull Down Yes
V-Chip Yes
Closed Captioning Yes
Picture-In-Picture Yes
** this item is either not applicable, unpublished, or unknown
  Pioneer's Description
Redesigned Deep Encased Cell Structure to improve brightness, image accuracy and panel efficiency

New Exclusive First-Surface PRO Color Filter for enhanced contrast, color and reduction in light reflection on screen

Crystal Emissive Layer for deeper blacks and increased brightness of images

New and Improved Red and Blue Phosphors creating a brighter, purer and wider color space, improving the overall HD experience

 
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