Mitsubishi LCD MicroDisplay HD Projection TV's
Mitsubishi's WD-52527 (52-inch), WD-62527 (62-inch), WD-52528 (52-inch) and WD-62528 (62-inch) are equipped with SmartShutter, Mitsubishi's patented high contrast system that produces images with deep blacks and incredible dark scene detail. SmartShutter improves contrast by four times when compared to standard LCD rear projection systems, thanks to Mitsubishi's proprietary optical technology that utilizes advanced aperture control to reduce light output levels during dark scenes.
QuickMotion, Mitsubishi's proprietary quick response LCD drive, generates sharp, crisp, clean images which is especially critical for high motion content such as sports and action scenes. Additionally, a specially formulated LCD coating enables wider viewing angles by producing higher light dispersion from the LCD panels.
These models boast 1280 x 720 pixel resolution and feature Mitsubishi's Plush720p imaging technology. Plush720p includes an advanced algorithm that creates high resolution imagery from standard definition digital and analog sources such as DVD and cable TV.
The WD-52528 and WD-62528 also add two unique Mitsubishi technologies, DeepField imager and SharpEdge, both switchable from the TVs' on-screen menus. DeepField imager allows the TV to display enhanced contrast and black levels and constantly monitors the picture signal and finely adjusts brightness, contrast and gamma so that every part of every frame is optimized. This results in a picture with greater depth-of-field, especially in scenes with both dark and light areas. SharpEdge creates crisp edges between objects and backgrounds for sharply defined video images.
All four of these Mitsubishi LCD projection televisions include ClearThought technology, making them the easiest to use TVs available. ClearThought includes an integrated HDTV tuner with CableCARD slot; NetCommand 5.0, the latest generation of Mitsubishi's home theater system control; all-digital audio which converts every audio signal to digital output; and the TV Guide On Screen electronic program guide. These televisions are also equipped with two HDMI inputs, two component inputs (three on the 528 series), an IEEE1394 interface, and an advanced illuminated remote control.
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