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The Toshiba 72MX196 is an impressive 72-inch microdisplay offering 1080p resolution for under $5,000, which is a lot more screen than you are going to get for an similarly priced flat-panel display.
The 72MX196’s 12-bit video processor creates gradations of gray and levels of color for a more natural-looking picture. A four-step dynamic contrast feature continually analyzes picture information and enhances the picture based on source material and ambient lighting conditions. This process ensures a sharper, more three-dimensional image with richer colors.
The 72MX196 comes equipped with TV Guide on Screen for simplified programming to a VCR or DVR. An ethernet connection makes it possible to access JPG and MP3 files from an existing home network. There are several audio-specific features such as SRS WOW technology and Virtual Dolby Digital for enhancing and expanding the sound field with only the two internal speakers. The 72MX196 also monitors and adjusts for volume fluctuations (i.e. loud TV commercials). You can also save $1,700 with the 62MX196, the 62-inch version of this TV.
Diagonal Size: 72”
Resolution: 1920 x 1080p
HD Tuner: Yes
Video inputs: 2 HDMI; 2 Component; 2 S-Video; 2 Composite; 1 VGA
Lamp Life (in hours): 6,000-8,000
Dimensions: 65 3/4” x 44 3/16” x 20 7/8” (62MX196 - 57.05” x 39.25” x 18.74”)
Price: $4,800 (62MX196 $3,100)
Web Site: www.tacp.toshiba.com
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