## Samsung SP-P4251 42-Inch EDTV Plasma Television with Built-in Speakers

Samsung SP-P4251 42-Inch EDTV Plasma Television with Built-in Speakers


Samsung SP-P4251 42-Inch EDTV Plasma Television with Built-in Speakers

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About Samsung SP-P4251 42-Inch EDTV Plasma Television with Built-in Speakers:

Samsung SP-P4251 42″ Plasma EDTV with Built-in Speakers – This wide screen, 42″ plasma television set has a resolution of 852×480; making it the perfect choice for getting the maximum value out of your current entertainment options. Satellite TV, digital cable, DVDs, console video games – they all look their best on this impressive display! 160 Degree Horizontal/Vertical Viewing Angle 3D Y/C Digital Comb Filter Fanless Cooling System for Quiet Operation Discrete IR Code Capability Built-in 12-Watt Speakers SRS TruSurround XT Built-in Audio Amplifier Connections – DVI with HDCP,

Samsung’s fourth-generation plasma television, the 42-inch SP-P4251, uses the company’s proprietary electronic chassis and its latest DNIe picture-enhancement circuitry to deliver outstanding brightness, contrast, and overall picture clarity. Use it for home theater and use it for your PC–it’s perfect for both. It comes with a pedestal stand and a pair of built-in NTSC tuners for split-screen and PIP viewing (small, large, double). Built-in analog tuners allow you to connect an analog RF signal cable or antenna directly to the set and watch standard-definition TV right out of the box. With a

Features Samsung SP-P4251 42-Inch EDTV Plasma Television with Built-in Speakers:

  • 42-inch widescreen high-definition plasma display with DVI input and 16:9 aspect ratio; 41.4 x 29.7 x 3.4 inches (W x H x D) without stand
  • 852 x 480-pixel EDTV (480p) resolution; built-in image scaler accepts 720p and 1080i signals and scales them for 480p viewing
  • Extraordinary 3,000:1 contrast ratio, high 1,000 cd/m2 brightness
  • NTSC dual-tuner, split-screen PIP lets you watch 2 programs simultaneously
  • 12-watts-per-channel stereo speakers and TruSurround XT simulated surround sound
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