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Pioneer develops three plasma displays, two video cards

Posted: 06 Apr 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:pioneer? plasma display? pdp-504cmx? pdp-504cmx? pdp-434cmx?

Pioneer Corp. has introduced three high-definition plasma displays for the industrial market in Japan - the PDP-504CMX (50-inch, black), PDP-504CMX-S (50-inch, silver), and PDP-434CMX (43-inch, black).

The company has also expressed plans in releasing two optional expansion video cards (PDA-5003 and PDA-5004) this month.

The three professional high-definition models were developed as fourth-generation (4G) plasma displays by implementing improvements and employing Pioneer's new, original technologies, and completely upgraded from the popular third-generation industrial-use plasmas, released in the summer of 2001.

Main features of the plasma displays include a high-definition PURE panel that produces sharper, brighter images; the Deep Encased Cell Structure that achieves one of the highest levels of brightness (white peak) in the industry; the Pure Color Filter II that decreases external light reflection and improves color reproduction; and the PURE Drive digital image processor that delivers high-quality images.

Each of the PDA-5003 and PDA-5004 optional video cards provides three video input systems: Composite, S-Video, and Component. Vivid, vibrant images can be reproduced on the plasma display when either of these cards is used. The PDA-5003 is equipped with stable BNC terminals, and supports analog RGB signal input through its Component terminals, while the PDA-5004 is equipped with RCA terminals, which can be connected with many office devices, and supports audio input via all three video input systems.

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