Mitsubishi 52" High Definition DLP Rear
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Mitsubishi 52" High Definition DLP Rear
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Mitsubishi 52" High Definition DLP Rear Projection (WD52725)

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Mitsubishi 52" High Definition DLP Rear Product Details

Always-perfect picture
Perhaps the most amazing feature of this remarkable television is that such brilliant colors and clarity come from such a thin, clean form. With features including the Mitsubishi 1280x720p Proprietary DLP™ Light Engine, you’ll enjoy images that set new, higher standards for brightness, resolution and clarity.
Mitsubishi 1280x720p Proprietary
DLP™ Light Engine
Dark Detailer
480-Line Motion-Adaptive 3D Y/C Comb Filter
Auto Film Mode
Anti-Glare Shield™
TV your way
Smart features like CableCARD™ and a front replaceable lamp ensure you’ll fully enjoy the full power of this amazing television.
HDMI™ – High Definition Multi-media Interface: HDMI™ is similar to DVI and is a method to send non-compressed digital video information from one device to another device. HDMI™ adds digital audio and some limited control features. HDMI™ is a “one way” system which means there is a sending (source) device and a receiving device. HDMI™ is backwardly compatible with DVI. Just as there are different standards for standard computer analog RGB signals and for standard analog TV video signals, there are differences between the digital computer signals and digital TV video signals. For HDMI™ to work properly, both HDMI™ devices, the source device and the receiving device, must be compatible with the same types of signals. For video, the most common signals are stated in scanning rates of 480p, 720p and 1080i. TVs that have HDMI™ inputs do not normally accept digital computer signal standards.
IEEE 1394: IEEE 1394 is a high speed digital interface designed to send audio, video and control signals between devices. Some signals are designed for computer communication and are sent as packet information instead of streaming information. Some signals are Audio Video (AV) and are sent as streaming information. The audio and video signals the TVs use can be different types such as MPEG2 compressed digital video as is used in broadcast or DV digital video as used in some digital camcorders. Similarly the audio can be different types such as Dolby Digital™ audio.
CableCARD™ Slot: CableCARD™ is the name of a limited access control card provided by the local cable company that allows Digital Cable Ready TVs to receive, decode and de-scramble premium digital channels without the use of a cable box. One way systems allow both basic and premium channels but do not allow video-on-demand or pay-per-view ordered by the remote control. On-screen guides are not provided by the cable company but alternative guides are often available. The CableCARD™ is provided by the local cable company. When the TV owner moves to a new area, the first card is returned to the cable company and the new cable company provides a new card. The card slot in the TV is designed to a national standard so the TV can use CableCARD™s provided by most cable companies.
NetCommand®: Mitsubishi’s exclusive intelligent Home Theater Control System that allows the TV to become the heart of the system and the use of one simple remote control. The TV (not the remote control), using IR emitters, sends remote control signals to the other devices in the system commanding them to play, record, change inputs, adjust volume, change channels and many more functions, all without using another remote control or changing control layers in the remote control; Later NetCommand® versions have “IR Learning” that allows the TV to learn the remote control signals for new devices that the TV is not already preprogrammed to operate. NetCommand® also includes ability to control IEEE 1394 devices by sending control signals on the FireWire® cable and combines the IR emitters and FireWire® control system into a simple to use single user interface system.
ChannelView™: A Mitsubishi system to display all of the channels in the TV’s memory or authorized by CableCARD™. This display will show the channel number, the channel name, the type of channel such as analog or digital, and the program title for digital channels that broadcast that information. If the digital channel also sends future program information, up to 12 hours of program information can be shown for that channel. ChannelView down loads the program information while the TV is turned off and will update information when you view that channel.
MediaCommand™: Insert your memory card into one of the four card reader slots on the front of your HDTV, and NetCommand® takes control, allowing you to view your photographs and listen to your music.
Video Features
AMVP2™ Motion Processor
Comb Filter: Motion-Adaptive 480-Line 3D Y/C
All Sources Displayed at 720p
Picture Format Modes for analog: 480i/480p and 4:3 digital sources 6
Picture Format Modes for analog: 720p/1080i and digital 16:9 sources 2
User Interface
NetCommand® 4.0
CableCommand™ (Digital Cable Control)
ChannelView™ (On-screen Channel List)
MediaCommand™ (5-format Memory Card Reader)JPEG, MP3, WMA
IR Learning Capabilities
PerfectColor™ / Auto Color Correction
Full Screen Freeze
PIP/POP Features
Multi-Image 1 PIP, 3 and 9 POP
Split Screen
Channel Preview/Input Strobe (analog channels only)
WD52725 Specifications
Picture Performance
Light Engine Type: Proprietary DLP™
Pixel Resolution (Horizontal x Vertical): 1280 x 720
Screen Type: Ultra Fine Pitch
Diamond Shield™ (included): Anti-glare
Speakers: 5" coaxial x 2
Output Power (Watts): 10W x 2
Digital/Analog Combined Tuner Air/Cable-ATSC/NTSC/CableCARD™
2nd Analog Tuner for PIP/POP image only
Antenna Inputs
2 Analog/Digital Combined
CableCARD™ Slot
AV inputs (analog)
A/V Inputs with S-Video (Front/Rear) with Stereo Audio: 1/2
Component Video Inputs with Stereo Audio (480i/480p/720p/1080i): 2
Input-DTV (YPbPr/RGBHV) with Stereo Audio(480i/480p/720p/1080i): 1
PC Input (60Hz) with Stereo Audio (VGA/SVGA/XGA/720p): 1
AV outputs (analog)
Monitor A/V Output (for recording)
Stereo Audio Output (fixed audio)
Inputs/Outputs (digital)
FireWire® (IEEE 1394) front/rear: 1/2
Memory Card Slots for JPEG and MP3 Playback: 4 (5-formats)
HDMI™: 1
RS-232C: 1
Digital Audio Bitstream Output (Dolby® Digital): 1 (coaxial)
Physical Measurements
Dimensions: 49.6" W x 37.2" H x 17.4" D
Weight: 132.4 lbs.

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  • Manufactured by: Mitsubishi
    UPC No: 0082400021120
    Mfg Part No: WD52725
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