Proton Launches Core Line HDTVs
Ideal for home theaters, the new 32-, 37- and 42-inch widescreen sets boast dual tuners and HDMI inputs.
January 02, 2007 by Rachel Cericola

Proton Electronic Industrial Co. will introduce three new high-definition LCD televisions that include the company’s exclusive Puriti video enhancement technology next week at the 2007 International Consumer Electronics Show.

View more of our CES special coverage The new P42D4, P37D4, and P32D4 LCD TVs feature 42-, 37- and 32-inch widescreen displays, respectively, 720p resolution, and HDMI inputs. Designed as a core line series of HD models, they boast vivid, accurate colors with pure blacks and whites, true-to-life flesh tones, rich contrasts, and a broad viewing stage.

The sets are also equipped with the sixth generation of Proton’s exclusive Puriti video enhancement technology. Puriti-enhanced LCDs boast a wider color range and a built-in artificial intelligence system, which analyzes color frequencies and intensity to assure natural skin tones and the best blacks by compensating for picture detail lost to poor contrast. 

Other features of Puriti processing including converting analog signals to a pure digital format, filtering out noise artifacts, 3-D de-interlacing and edge enhancement capabilities.

  • $1,599 (P42D4), $1,299 (P37D4), $999 (P32D4)
  • 42-, 37- and 32-inch models available in line
  • All are available now
  • 720p resolution
  • HDMI inputs
  • 176-degree viewing angle
  • Motion-lagging correction engine
  • Pair of 30-watt/channel speakers with RealAcoustic audio


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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at

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