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NEC drops trio of plasma TVs for custom home theaters

updated 09:00 am EDT, Wed September 5, 2007

NEC PlasmaSync Residential

NEC on Wednesday revamped its PlasmaSync Residential line of TVs for those building specialized home theater setups. The 42XC10, 50XC10, and 60XC10 bring 42-, 50-, and 60-inch screens with higher (though unlisted) contrast ratios that generate deeper blacks as well as a new, brushed-metal bezel which is thin enough to fit in many in-wall installations and can swap to black panels to match certain rooms. Pro TV calibrators can both tune the normal daytime picture and set up a separate image setting for the night.

Every set supports fully encrypted DVI and HDMI inputs for signals up to 1080p as well as an RS-232 serial jack that links the PlasmaSync with a larger home automation system. Most features are identical across the entire line, with the exception of the 42-inch model using a 1024x768 wide-pixel display instead of the native 1365x768 of the two larger editions. The 50- and 60-inch sets should be available this month while the 42-inch screen ships in October. Pricing isn't publicly listed and requires a custom quote from NEC.



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