Pioneer PRO-150FD

60 INCH 1080P ELITE PLASMA

MSRP: $8,500.00

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TRUE 1080P HD.New models in all, including half with 1,920x1,080 resolution to handle 1080p HD sources. The company claims they can display black levels that are 80-percent deeper than previous models�considering that plasma technology is already known for generally providing superior black-level reproduction than LCDs, that's quite a claim. Pioneer says it has also updated its sets' video processing and improved their speakers (though most people will use a surround-sound speaker system instead). Here's a rundown of the new lineup by screen .
SUMMARY
Brand: Pioneer
Summary: TRUE 1080P HD.New models in all, including half with 1,920x1,080 resolution to handle 1080p HD sources. The company claims they can display black levels that are 80-percent deeper than previous models�considering that plasma technology is already known for generally providing superior black-level reproduction than LCDs, that's quite a claim. Pioneer says it has also updated its sets' video processing and improved their speakers (though most people will use a surround-sound speaker system instead). Here's a rundown of the new lineup by screen .
Category: PLASMA-TV
Model: PRO-150FD
UPC: PRO-150FD
Description: 60 INCH 1080P ELITE PLASMA
Series: Standard
Color: Black
Retail: $8,500.00
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Color: Black
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Shipping Weight: (pounds)300.0
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