100Hz Digital Scan produces a stable, more relaxing picture
A conventional TV shows a picture by scanning 50 times per second (50Hz). This frequency can be detected by the human eye in the form of a flickering picture. 100Hz sets show a picture by scanning 100 times per second eliminating the field flickering. Philips' digital scan doubles the rate of line flicker, making it undetectable. The result is a more stable picture that is relaxing for your eye.
HDTV Monitor for the highest quality display of HDTV signals
HDTV is the latest and best television signal available. It produces picture quality more than twice that of traditional analog broadcasts. In order to effectively maximize the HDTV signal, a television must incorporate advanced signal input connectivity
Acclearium Digital Optics give sharper more detailed images
The Philips Acclearium Digital Optics system provides cutting edge processing and display technology, including micro phosphor CRT tubes, hybrid 4-element projection lenses, fine pitched contrast enhancing Lenticular screen and Philips exclusive Wideband Video Amplifier.
Scratch-resistant Saphlon Screen for reduced glare
Saphlon is a screen coating technology that helps to prevent scratches or damage, while also improving the picture by allowing more light output and reducing glare. You enjoy a brighter picture, and your set looks better for longer.
Active Control optimizes picture quality whatever the source
Active Control ensure that noise and sharpness improvements are continuously made at a rate of 60 times per second. By continually adjusting picture setting over 3,000 times per minute, Active Control Plus ensures that the viewing experience is optimized.
Auto IntelliSense adjusts the convergence with one touch
When repositioning a CRT-based projection TV, the tubes have to be adjusted to minimize the impact of magnetic interference on the picture. Auto IntelliSense automatically adjusts the convergence with one touch of a button, ensuring a sharp picture free from color bleeding.
APAC compensates for premature aging from stationary images
Automatic Phosphor Aging Compensation (APAC) is a Philips technology that is designed to help reduce the chances of image retention on a television screen. It prolongs the life of your TV's tube.
Virtual Dolby Surround for a cinema-like audio experience
Virtual Dolby Surround is a processing technology for enhancing surround sound effects. It will create the sensation of Dolby Pro Logic without the necessity of additional rear speakers. You become totally immersed in your television experience.