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Sony KDF-55E2000 - 55" Class 3lcd Rear Projection Television Specifications

55" class 3lcd rear projection television (54.5" diagonal).
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KDF-55E2000
Key Features
Key Technologies
3LCD Chips
detail and natural color. These three key benefits are immediately apparent when viewing a Grand WEGA™ TV. You
can expect to see an incredibly detailed picture with eye-popping colors.
Sony uses three tiny LCD chips (0.73") with a combined resolution of over 2.76 million pixels. The light from a high
output UHP lamp shines into a filtering system that splits the beam into red, green, and blue light streams. Each color
goes through its own LCD chip, which passes or blocks the light. The three beams are then instantaneously
recombined and sent to the projection lens.
WEGA Engine™ System
on Sony's expertise and long heritage in bringing cutting-edge picture quality to TVs for consumers. Its fully digital
signal-processing path includes video processing functions that have been designed and optimized using Sony's video
experience to improve overall picture quality. The WEGA Engine™ includes:> High-speed A/D (analog-to-digital)
converters for wide-range gradation capture of analog signals
> 3-D Y/C Comb Filter for minimizing cross color and dot structure artifacts
> Digital MPEG Noise Reduction Circuit, which reduces MPEG artifacts such as "block noise" and mosquito noise"
caused by the compression used to maximize bandwidth in digital broadcasts
> Digital Temporal 3-D Noise Reduction (pixel-by-pixel basis)
> Digital Motion Adaptive I/P (interlace-to-progressive), as well as Edge Adaptive I/P deinterlacing conversion, which
improves resolution in video with motion
Advanced Iris Function
expression especially in darker scenes. The Advanced Iris function is enabled by using either one of two modes - Auto
and Manual. The Auto Mode has two settings designed to work best with video content such as movies that vary
between bright scenes and dark scenes. Auto 1 is for programs that have a wide range of brightness from scene to
scene. Auto 2 is for programs that have less variation between brightness levels from scene to scene.
The Manual mode is used to help deliver optimum contrast levels under different room lighting conditions. The High
mode offers maximum screen brightness and works well when a room is brightly lit. The Medium mode is for average
levels of light. And the Low mode offers the maximum amount of contrast and works best under low light conditions.
The key benefits are deep blacks and improved brightness and overall contrast.
HDMI™ (High Definition Multimedia Interface) and PC Connectivity
Sony's Grand WEGA™ line is equipped with a comprehensive range of input interfaces. The HDMI (High-Definition
Multimedia Interface) is the first industry-supported, uncompressed, all-digital audio/video interface. HDMI technology
supports enhanced or High Definition video, together with digital audio to provide matchless image and sound
reproduction. PC connectivity is also accommodated via HDMI so now you can use your Grand WEGA TV with your PC.
HD (1280 x 720) Picture Resolution (LCD Chip)
3 LCD Chips (R/G/B); 921,600 Pixels Each
Cinema Black Pro for excellent contrast ratio
54.5" diagonal screen size with bottom speakers
2 HDMI (Rear) and 3 Component Inputs (1 Side/2 Rear)
HD (1280 x 720) Picture Resolution (LCD Chip)
3 LCD Chips (R/G/B); 921,600 Pixels Each
Cinema Black Pro for excellent contrast ratio
ATSC Integrated Tuner
SRS® TruSurround XT™ equipped
The 3LCD technology at the heart of Sony's Grand WEGA™ televisions provide a bright picture, with high
The WEGA Engine™ system is the core video processing system that was designed based
The Advanced Iris function is a special Sony function designed to improve contrast
55" Class 3LCD Rear Projection Television (54.5" diagonal)
Designed for maximum versatility,

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  • Page 1 Sony uses three tiny LCD chips (0.73”) with a combined resolution of over 2.76 million pixels. The light from a high output UHP lamp shines into a filtering system that splits the beam into red, green, and blue light streams. Each color goes through its own LCD chip, which passes or blocks the light.
  • Page 2: Specifications

    Viewing Angle (Up/Down): 60° ©2006 Sony Electronics Inc. All rights reserved. Please visit the Dealer Network for current information at www.sony.com/dn Sony Electronics Inc. • 16530 Via Esprillo • San Diego, CA 92127 • 800.222.7669 • www.sony.com Last Updated: 05/23/2008...

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