Projection TV
152 cm (60") HDTV monitor projection TV

projection TV

152 cm (60"), HDTV monitor 60PP9363H/17 Find similar products
  • Realize a big entertainment future

    projection TV

    60PP9363H/17 Find similar products

    Change the way you look at things. Philips projection televisions make big high-definition images a part of the way you see the world. And with the latest in image technology, you won't miss a thing. See all benefits


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  • Progressive Scan component video for optimized image quality

    Progressive Scan component video for optimized image quality

    Progressive Scan doubles the vertical resolution of the image resulting in a noticeably sharper picture. Instead of sending a field comprising the odd lines to the screen first, followed by the field with the even lines, both fields are written at one time. A full image is created instantaneously, using the maximum resolution. At such a speed, your eye perceives a sharper picture with no line structure.

  • Active Control optimizes picture quality whatever the source

    Active Control ensure that noise and sharpness improvements are continuously made at a rate of 60 times per second. By continually adjusting picture setting over 3,000 times per minute, Active Control Plus ensures that the viewing experience is optimized.

  • HDTV Monitor for the highest quality display of HDTV signals

    HDTV is the latest and best television signal available. It produces picture quality more than twice that of traditional analog broadcasts. In order to effectively maximize the HDTV signal, a television must incorporate advanced signal input connectivity

  • The Microfine Lenticular Screen improves quality picture

    The ridges on the Lenticular Screen, which is found on the front of all projecting TVs, act as a lens to define the light distribution in the horizontal and vertical directions. By controlling the horizontal and vertical distribution of the light, optimum performance is achieved because all light is directed towards the area of the desired viewing positions. The closer together the ridges are on the Lenticular Screen (the finer the pitch), the better the picture will be. A Microfine Lenticular Screen results in a wider viewing angle and more accurate and balanced color.

  • 3-line digital filter sharpens images for even finer detail

    A digital comb filter separates chrominance (color) from luminance (brightness) information in the video signal for independent processing to improve picture resolution and minimize distortion. You'll enjoy a picture with even finer detail.

  • Multi-Point Digital Converge maintains picture quality

    Transporting a projection TV may cause its three picture tubes to become misaligned. This can result in noticeably poorer picture quality and color bleeding. Multi-point digital convergence allow you to use the remote control to adjust picture convergence electronically at 35 points on the TV's screen using the 'Convergence' section of the Picture menu. This optimizes the picture from corner-to-corner to minimize effects from natural or man-made magnetic fields in the room where you locate your projection TV. You always get the best possible picture.

  • APAC compensates for premature aging from stationary images

    Automatic Phosphor Aging Compensation (APAC) is a Philips technology that is designed to help reduce the chances of image retention on a television screen. It prolongs the life of your TV's tube.

  • Picture-in-Picture lets you watch two programs at once

    With 2 tuner Picture-in-Picture, you a view a second channel/program or video from an external source in a small window on your screen.

  • Virtual Dolby Surround for a cinema-like audio experience

    Virtual Dolby Surround is a processing technology for enhancing surround sound effects. It will create the sensation of Dolby Pro Logic without the necessity of additional rear speakers. You become totally immersed in your television experience.

  • DVI means no limit to the external devices you can connect

    DVI means there is virtually no limits to hooking up your external devices like DVD-player, VCR, and so on. Various input connections are provided to support analog (YPbPr, CVBS, S-video) and digital (DVI) connections.

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