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Philips 60P8341 60-Inch Projection TV

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  • 60-inch projection set with standard 4:3 aspect ratio; 52.44 x 64 x 29.12 inches (W x H x D)
  • 2-line digital comb filter improves incoming video signals to the set by better separating the signal into chrominance and luminance
  • Uses Incredible Surround 2-channel surround simulation; offers 10 watts per channel audio power
  • DVD - and set-top-box-ready component-video inputs
  • Removable protective filter
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Philips
  • Model Number: 60P8341
  • Display Size: 60 inches

Product Description

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Sporting a wall-like 60-inch screen, the Philips 60P8341 projection TV truly brings the theater into your home.

Video Features
This analog projection television features Multipoint Digital Convergence for ideal color reproduction and crisply defined edges. The CRT also features an enhanced green phosphor for richer, natural colors, and image flicker reduction. On top of that, the set's Progressive Scan Doubler eliminates horizontal scan lines seen in conventional television images. Its picture-in-picture feature is actually a split screen, so the two simultaneously playing programs are shown at full height. This feature also works with multiple video sources, such as the Internet, a videotape, DVD, video game, and, of course, conventional television programs. Finally, it features a digital comb filter, which enhances resolution by removing the blurred edges between colors and reducing dot crawl.

Audio Features
The 60P8341 features Philips' Incredible Surround, a surround-sound system designed to provide room-filling audio from the two speakers on the set, as opposed to five separate home theater speakers. It also features Video and dbx sound processing. Connections include a side and rear component A/V input, two side jack S-video inputs, one composite A/V output, and a headphone jack

Other Features
This set includes a lighted universal remote.


Product Information

Technical Details

Brand Name Philips
Item Weight 215 pounds
Product Dimensions 29.1 x 52.4 x 64 inches
Item model number 60P8341
Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes

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Additional Information

ASIN B00005B49Z
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Best Sellers Rank #1,251,452 in Home Theater (See top 100)
Shipping Weight 250 pounds
Date First Available May 15, 2001

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This is the first big screen TV that I have seen with such a rich picture. It blows all other big screens away. Philips has definitely improved their technology in TVs. I recommed this to anyone who is waiting for a perfect big screen picture!
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I have the 64" version of this TV. This is the best projection TV I've ever seen. It blows away all those that you see at sprts bars. The viewing angle is wide which allows a lot of people to watch at the same time without having to crowd directly in front of the screen. Also, the built-in speakers sound great, the picture is vivid and crisp, and the set has every connection you could possibly want.
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