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Thursday, March 15, 2007
Pioneer Announces PureVision PDP-427CMX Plasma Display


PureVision PDP-427CMX is a new 42" high resolution professional plasma display with integrated First Surface Pure Color Filter that ensures enhanced color reproduction and the darkest black levels with improved contrast ratios.

Working in concert with a multitude of Pioneer proprietary technologies, the new professional display features a new black bezel for a unique aesthetic look for commercial use.

First Surface Pure Color Filter is optically bonded to the front plasma substrate and utilizes a mesh infrastructure that helps optimize light output while simultaneously minimizing ambient light reflections. As a result, on-screen presentations possess brilliant color accuracy with sharp detail imagery in almost any professional use environment. By directly bonding the filter to the plasma glass there is less overall television weight and less future environmental waste impact. The reduction of the extra glass may, however, create a slight increase in audio noise from the plasma.

The new display utilizes a Crystal Emissive Layer technology sandwiched between the plasma glass and the individual light cells. The layer allows each cell to increase the speed at which it charges and discharges the phosphor colors resulting in an extremely smooth transition from color to black, as well as providing increased detail in dark scenes and reduction in the overall energy consumption.

By deepening the entire cell structure, Pioneer has increased the display's overall phosphor area to deliver some of the highest brightness levels.


PureVision PDP-427CMX

Pure Drive Pro technology delivers powerful signal processing engines with a 12-bit digital high performance chip drive to ensure premium performance and reliability in any professional application. The single chip ensures full digital image processing with minimal data loss for all signal types. An important component of Pure Drive Pro is Advanced Continuous Emission IV, which operates to enhance image quality by detecting the on-screen content and dynamically adjusting grayscale for greater black levels with enhanced detail.

Through a series of expansion cards the Pioneer PDP-427CMX allows users to insert a variety of expansion cards that enhance the audio and video capabilities of the display through dual slots located at the back of the plasma.


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