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Thursday, September 14, 2006
Pioneer To Strengthen Its PureVision High-Definition Plasma Lineup in Japan


Pioneer announced today that the company will introduce two "PureVision" high-definition plasma TVs equipped with its proprietary technology "New P.U.R.E. Black Panel" to strengthen its PureVision plasma lineup.

The PDP-607HX, 60-inch high-definition plasma TV, is the largest model in the current Pioneer PureVision series, and PDP-427HXD, 42-inch high-definition plasma TV, employs a new sophisticated design. The PDP-607HX will be available in the end of October for a suggested retail price of 800,000 yen (including tax). The PDP-427HXD will be available in the end of September with no retail price suggested.





Pioneer has developed the "New P.U.R.E. Black Panel", a plasma panel that realizes the industry-leading levels of color reproducibility, and the "New P.U.R.E. Drive II", a digitalized video signal processing to maximize the performances of the new plasma panel. Plus, the new plasma TVs feature a variety of easy-to-use features including "Recorder Hot Link" and "Quick Program Search".

For additional information see Pioneer's press release.


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