Tv Optoma Rd50h 50
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Optomaâ€™s RD50H 50-inch widescreen DLP projection television offers state-of-the-art Texas Instruments Digital Light Processing technology using TIâ€™s HD2+ chip set. Unlike standard projection
televisions, plasma, or CRT sets, DLP delivers crystal-clear images without fading, distortion, fuzziness, or risks of image burn-in. And the set is just 22 inches deep, so while itâ€™s screen is big,
the set itself is relatively small and far easier to position than standard projection sets.
Optomaâ€™s single-chip DLP technology means the onscreen image is always perfectly aligned and will never burn in or degrade like LCD and CRT projection TVs. Further, the RD50Hâ€™s bright, high-contrast (1,500:1) screen allows an extremely wide viewing angle. Because HDTVâ€™s sharp onscreen images allow viewers to sit closer to the screen, a wide viewing angle lets everyone enjoy the show.
Ordinary analog broadcasts can only deliver a 4:3 viewing ratios, while--like anamorphic DVD presentations--HDTV delivers a full 16:9 viewing ratio--a ratio that more closely matches the widescreen format of your favorite moves. DLP technology lets you view side-letterboxed 4:3 images without fear of burning lines into the screen edges.
The RD50H features an amazingly low 1 percent overscan, giving you 8 to 23 percent more picture than most televisions. Overscan is the amount of screen image that runs underneath the outside edges of all television images. Typically, about 3 or 7 percent of the screen images is lost to overscan.
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