DLP TV


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DLP TV

A rear-projection or front-projection TV that uses the Digital Light Processing (DLP) technology developed by Texas Instruments. See DLP, rear-projection TV and data projector.
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The numbers don't seem to lie -- the 34 percent larger DLP TV is the same price as its slimmer sibling.
This press release contains forward-looking statements, including statements regarding the video performance of Trident's digital TV processors, its ability to target the emerging HDTV LCD, PDP and DLP TV markets, and Trident's ability to expand its presence in Europe, and its expectations regarding the market for its products and product introductions in Europe.
with headquarters in Sunnyvale, California, designs, develops and markets digital media for the masses in the form of integrated circuits for HDTV, LCD TV, PDP TV, DLP TV and DCRT.
with headquarters in Sunnyvale, California, designs, develops, and markets integrated circuits for CRT TV, LCD TV, PDP TV, DLP TV and HDTV.
A 50-inch DLP TV from Samsung delivers a lifelike picture, combined with a slim design (just 14 inches deep) to fit where others won't.
market, Samsung Electronics America leads the over-$3,000 rear projection segment with its DLP TV offerings and owns a top 3 share position in LCD, plasma and direct-view TVs.
headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, designs, develops and markets digital media for the masses in the form of integrated circuits for HDTV, LCD TV, PDP TV, DLP TV and DCRT.
New models include cinema-like DLP TVs ranging from 73- to 92-inches, along with Mitsubishi's 75-inch LaserVue([R]), the world's only laser-powered TV, which has been hailed as "Othe best looking consumer-level set we have ever laid eyes onO" by Engadget.
1)In order to display 3D images, Mitsubishi LaserVue & Home Theater DLP TVs require source devices to support checkerboard display formats for display of 3D gaming or 3D cinema content.
The new DLP TVs will feature built-in NTSC and digital ATSC tuners, 150-degree viewing angles and a 1,500:1 contrast ratio.
The 3D Adapter will support Mitsubishi 3D-ready DLP TVs shipped since 2007, as well as this year's 638 series of 3D-ready DLP Home Cinema TVs and new LaserVue 3D-ready TVs.
1)In order to display 3D images, Mitsubishi LaserVue(TM) & Home Theater DLP TVs require source devices to support checkerboard display formats for display of 3D gaming or 3D cinema content.