21:9 Philips Cinema TV

First LCD TV with 21:9 Seitenverhaltniss Philips brings the first LCD TV with a 21:9 aspect ratio on the market with the 56PFL9954 H/12. With this cinema LCD TV eliminates the annoying black bars top and bottom, because this is exactly the Seitenverhaltniss with the cinema produced films. For several weeks, the 21:9 cinema Philips in Europe is available, and the first tests are promising. The cinema 21:9 Philips is the world’s first TV in the original 21:9 (2. 39:1) movie format, which is also used by directors.

Black bars a thing of the past. Video content in widescreen format, such as television and video games, use the aspect ratio 16:9 without black bars. The cinema 21:9 the video content are optimally formatted for screen ratio 21:9, so that you can enjoy rousing images with a wider viewing angle. But also the other technical details can be seen, so works the full HD TV with perfect pixel HD engine for ultimate Sharpness natural movements, provides vivid colors and unique contrasts. Thanks to the 200 Hz, you reduced to only 1 ms response time. With Ambilight Philips shows also a new series of light projection with which on three sides as part a the upper part of the image and create a viewing experience on the screen also. Technical data: image format dynamic brightness screen contrast response time (typical) viewing angle diagonal screen size (inch) diagonal screen size (cm) type of screen resolution of the display image enhancement 2.39: 1, 21:9 500 cd / m m 80,000: 1 1 (BEW equiv.) ms 176 (H) / 176 (V) 56 inch 142 cm full HD LCD-display, UW-UXGA Act. Matrix 2560 x 1080 p perfect pixel HD engine, perfect natural motion, perfect contrast, perfect colours, 3:2 and 2:2-motion pull down, 3D combfilter, active control + light sensor, jagged line suppression, progressive scan, 1080 p 24/25/30 Hz, 1080 p at 50/60 Hz, 200 Hz clear LCD *, scanning backlight

Futurelight DMH

Futurelight presents brightness, which convinced Waldbuttelbrunn 22 February 2013: brightness that convinced: thanks to its 150 Watt-COB-LED module he can wits not only traditional spots with 575 and 700 watts. Considering also the weight (only 14 kg) and the total connected load of 210 Watts into consideration, the Futurelight DMH-150 makes the competition quite old. The DMH-150 comes with 8 colors and 7 rotating and static gobos, which are very easy to change via slot-in. There is also an effect wheel 3 – and 8-facet-prism with a frost filter. The prisms are moving in both directions at variable speed. A motorized focus completes the look, the spotlight has a viewing angle of 14. Predestined for the larger stage for a wireless DMX control, the DMH-150 has a built-in W-DMX receiver. The number of the position circles can be select via the menu between 21, 23 and 24 channels.

Mains connection via PowerCon socket and RDM (remote device Management) is also on board. The DMH-150 predestined for the larger stage in the indoor and outdoor use, especially when attention must be paid to factors such as power consumption and ceiling load. It will be presented for the first time at PLS in Frankfurt and is already available. The little brother to the Futurelight DMH-150 will be presented also a smaller variant called DMH-60. The DMH-60 is equipped with a 60-watt LED. Differences from the DMH-150 are in addition to the lower light output of waiver of static gobos and a different effect wheel: waiting for the DMH-60 3-facet prism, 3D-Prisma and frost filter. Otherwise, the DMH-60 is somewhat lightweight: he can be controlled either 14 or 12 DMX channels and only 10.