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Philips LCD TV Cinema Display 21:9 first sight test

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T3 was treated to one of the first utterances of the new Philips LCD-TV 21:9, 56 inches TV shows pictures of almost exactly like in the movies. And then we see a relationship - it's unbelievable.

If, in a marathon of films to television, we have become accustomed to change the aspect ratio of the on-screen, allowing the full extent of the vaccine are in the process of losing or black stripes, the top and bottom on the screen. 21:9 But what comes complete with Philips Ambilight Spectra tech light, the films are shown on the screen of your Odéon. If you complete technical Philips TV has a 21:9 aspect ratio and the films have a ratio of 2.39:1.

With a Full HD 2560 x 1080p display with 8.3 megapixel, 21:9 knew this would be a specialist for the purchase (3999 euros for the purchase, if you want to buy the item once in the spring) and wonders whether this kind of society that has never been about amazing concept, and not every time you "phase.

After seeing on TV (not even a production unit), we are in the queue for the gap, which is fully terrestrial channels and buy one of these films to see how they are born, to be viewed. Clarity, depth and scope of the picture is unbelievable that no less surprising and must be seen to be believed. And if you make a purchase in the spring, you must create the wall, and also the pig with the full implementation stereo. Getting into a 21:9 bad.

Do not from this area, from which fill with 21:9 - the product that the death of the projector.


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