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Tuesday, March 20, 2007
Pioneer Introduced Its First 50" 1080p Plasma Display


Pioneer PDP-5000EX provides fine detail and accurate color for the entire range of high definition signals including 720p, 1080i and 1080p.

It is one of the few plasma monitors capable of accepting and displaying the 1080p 24Hz rate needed to preserve a feature film's original sequence.

Currently targeted for professional use, major film studios and authoring houses are among the early adopters demanding this type of monitor to use for testing and evaluation of new high definition Blu-ray Disc movie titles.

The PDP-5000EX combines a higher pixel count of 1080p with the faster refresh rate of 72Hz ensuring professional users can precisely master high definition films with confidence.


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