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Pioneer KURO KRP-500A

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Pioneer KURO KRP-500A

The Pioneer KURO KRP-500A is a 50-inch (127cm) Full HD Ready 1080p Plasma TV KURO combined with image aspect ratio of 16:9, Enhanced Optimum Mode, PURE Drive 2HD digital video processing that integrates with the superior PureBlack panel, Signal Processing Drive 2HD and HD Digital Film Direct 24 plus a resolution of 1,920-by-1080-pixels. It also has the Trumotion 100Hz processing system designed to make images more stable reduced blurring on fast moving scenes. It has a built i…

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Pioneer KURO KRP-500A

The Pioneer KURO KRP-500A is a 50-inch (127cm) Full HD Ready 1080p Plasma TV KURO combined with image aspect ratio of 16:9, Enhanced Optimum Mode, PURE Drive 2HD digital video processing that integrates with the superior PureBlack panel, Signal Processing Drive 2HD and HD Digital Film Direct 24 plus a resolution of 1,920-by-1080-pixels. It also has the Trumotion 100Hz processing system designed to make images more stable reduced blurring on fast moving scenes. It has a built in digital tuner, plus a sound output mode of SRS TruSurround sound technology.

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The Pioneer KURO KRP-500 an/with Enhanced Optimum Mode that provides an extra colour sensor measuring the colour characteristics of ambient light. It incorporates Pure Drive 2HD that offers full digital image processing without numerous intermediate analogue-to-digital and digital-to-analogue conversions, which cause undesirable noise effects and decreased video quality. It features Trumotion 100Hz processing system that reduces stutter and flickering over motion-packed images with increased number of frames.Its new Digital Flicker-Free technology completely eradicates flicker and false contour providing quality images. It is also fitted with four HDMIs, USB 2.0 input that supports JPEG/MP3 playback, plus featuring a DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) certified Home Media Gallery, enabling user to enjoy compressed audio files, photos and even high definition content from one or more connected media servers. In terms of sound features, it incorporates SRS WOW HD, SRS (Surround), SRS FOCUS (Audio Orientation), SRS TruBass (Bass Boost) and SRS Definition, along with a total output power of 36Watt providing digital surround sound, plus a tone control and auto volume control. It also comes with KURO LINK and an intuitive Graphical User Interface (GUI) that allows user to access the main functions of all compatible Pioneer equipment with a single remote control. In addition, it has Direct Colour Filter 3, True Matrix Imaging with Deep Waffle Rib Structure, i-CLEAR Drive which is a new multi bit digital video processors that increases the range of gradation levels and an onscreen display for the Freeview Electronic Programme Guide. Besides that, it is also designed with 3D Noise Reduction and Block Noise Reduction that minimises picture noise correctly for the highest image quality. It also comes with Pioneer's exclusive Plasma technology 'Advanced PureCinema', dual screen display, Picture-in-Picture display, Electronic Program Guide, and display multi languages of up to 18 languages in total. It runs on a power consumption of 0.3 Watt (standby), typical consumption of up to 388 Watt (operation), plus it comes with AC220-240V, 50Hz of power requirements. The device measures at 1.233mm (width), 723mm (height) and 64mm (depth) and it weights in at 31.4 kg. Other features include remote control, colour temperature control, Colour sensor, DVB-S2 tuner, Integrated Freeview tuner and integrated analogue tuner.

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