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Mitsubishi HDTV Receiver/Controller - HD5000
The HD-5000 is a total system solution for the flat panel (plasma and LCD) and front projection monitor customer who wants all of the features and convenience of a top-of-the-line integrated HDTV. Its digital TV features include an ATSC (off-air) and a QAM (unscrambled digital cable) TV tuner, FireWire® (IEEE 1394) interface digital home networking ports, and Mitsubishis exclusive NetCommand® system control. It also has a deluxe set of analog TV features, such as two NTSC tuners, PIP/POP/split screen multi-image modes, five picture format modes, three sets of component video inputs, and four sets of S-video and composite video inputs. Its high-resolution on-screen graphics, intuitive menu system, and fully illuminated remote control make all of this capability easy to use. Enclosed in a highly styled chassis and extruded aluminum front panel, the HD-5000 has the sophisticated look and feel it deserves. When the HD-5000 is connected to the MonitorLink input on any of the new Silver and SilverPlus Series HD-Upgradeable TVs, our LCD TVs, and plasma displays, it provides them with full HDTV capability. It is Mitsubishis new upgrade promise!
- MonitorLink /DVI Output Secure digital connection to all Mitsubishi plasma displays, LCD TVs and new HD-Upgradeable TVs and other DVI HDCP compliant monitors.
- HD Component Video Output Provides HD component video signal output from all sources (unless content is copy protected).
- NetCommand® 2.0 Provides simple on-screen home theater control.
- One HD and two analog (NTSC) tuners Provides full tuning capablity for connected monitors
- Five Video/S-video Inputs, 2 Component Video Inputs, 1 HD Input Provides a wide range of input source capablity.
- FireWire® (IEEE 1394) interface
Benefit: Enhanced definition of non progressive scan / non-HDTV signals
Explanation: There is an increasing amount of programming available that is produced and presented by the major networks and local affiliate stations in high definition. However, we will all continue to view a substantial amount of television programming that originates as conventional analog signals for many years to come. Since they are specifically designed to handle high-resolution signals, digital projection televisions require special processing systems that convert incoming analog pictures to the higher scan rates used by HDTV. The quality with which this conversion is done is a major factor in determining the overall picture quality of the TV when viewing standard definition sources.
Mitsubishi's exclusive DiamondDigital Pixel Multiplier is now in its third generation of development, known as DPM3. A major advance of competitive systems, DPM3 provides high quality signals regardless of the input source: analog over-the-air television, cable programming, satellite systems, VCR playback or non-progressive scan DVD players.
DPM3 uses both digital and analog processing to analyze the vertical and horizontal components of each picture element, or pixel, in a video image and apply proprietary algorithms developed by Mitsubishi's digital television engineering team. DPM3 does more than just "double" the number of vertical scan lines as with conventional, off-the-shelf video processing systems. By operating dynamically as the picture scans from left to right, the horizontal resolution is enhanced as well.
The total picture optimization made possible by DPM3 enables Mitsubishi to deliver standard video images with the fine detail, sharp focus and smooth, natural texture normally associated with HDTV. Thanks to DPM3, Mitsubishi delivers high quality images regardless of the input source.
- Five Format Modes
- Auto Film Mode (3:2 Pulldown Compensation)
Film Mode - Movie film has a frame rate of 24 frames per second, while video is recorded at 30 frames per second, with each video frame made up of 2 fields. This makes transferring movies to video rather complex. The result is that some video frames consist of fields from two different film frames. Depending on the amount of motion taking place in the programming, these video frames can cause the picture to jitter or flicker. Mitsubishi's Film Mode detects these frames and applies motion adaptive technology to stabilize the picture. The result is a smoother, more continuous appearance to video that originated from film.
- 480-Line Motion-Adaptive 3D Y/C Comb Filter
- Accessory Remote IR Sensor
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