==>> Sony KP-46WT520 46-Inch Hi-Scan 1080i HD-Ready Projection TV

Sony KP-46WT520 46-Inch Hi-Scan 1080i HD-Ready Projection TV


Sony KP-46WT520 46-Inch Hi-Scan 1080i HD-Ready Projection TV

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About Sony KP-46WT520 46-Inch Hi-Scan 1080i HD-Ready Projection TV:

Sony’s 46-inch Hi-Scan 1080i KP-46WT520 is equipped to turn your living room or board room into a movie theater. The set uses Sony’s HD Microfocus CRT and lens system, featuring smaller phosphor particles, thinner phosphor layers, and other improvements that give the set a beam spot 28-percent smaller than Sony’s standard CRTs. And that means sharper focus, higher contrast, and brighter images. The screen features a wide, 16:9 aspect ratio that matches the dimension of most movies and HDTV broadcasts, and the KP-46WT520 is compatible with standard-definition 480i, enhanced-definition 480p, and

Sony’s 46-inch Hi-Scan 1080i KP-46WT520 is equipped to turn your living room or board room into a movie theater. The set uses Sony’s HD Microfocus CRT and lens system, featuring smaller phosphor particles, thinner phosphor layers, and other improvements that give the set a beam spot 28-percent smaller than Sony’s standard CRTs. And that means sharper focus, higher contrast, and brighter images. The screen features a wide, 16:9 aspect ratio that matches the dimension of most movies and HDTV broadcasts, and the KP-46WT520 is compatible with standard-definition 480i, enhanced-definition 480p, an

Features Sony KP-46WT520 46-Inch Hi-Scan 1080i HD-Ready Projection TV:

  • 46-inch high-definition-ready rear-projection television with HDMI digital-video input; 42.75 x 40 x 23.9 inches (W x H x D)
  • CineMotion 3:2 pulldown detection and reversal removes redundant video information to display a film-frame-accurate picture from movie sources
  • MID-X circuitry scales all incoming signals to the configuration of the panel and drives the set’s Twin-View 2-tuner picture-and-picture function
  • Auto 16:9 enhanced mode renders anamorphic DVD content in letterboxed widescreen, using all available display lines for the image
  • Sony’s Digital Reality Creation (DRC) circuitry and Direct Digital Circuitry create rich, natural-looking images from any source
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