Syntax-Brillian To Offer 1080p Olevia Signature LCD HDTVs

Posted: Jan 13 2006, 5:16am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:01pm CDT, in News | Home Entertainment


Syntax-Brillian to Offer 1080p Olevia Signature LCD HDTVs
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Syntax-Brillian extends into high-end home theater this year with the introduction of Olevia Signature LCD HDTVs with 1080p resolution.

The Syntax-Brillian Olevia Signature LT42HVi and LT47HVi LCD HDTVs feature besides 1080p HDTV resolution, 42 inch and 47 inch Super-IPS LCD panels (1920 x 1080) with 16:9 aspect ratio, 1600:1 dynamic contrast ratio, 800cd/m2, and wide 178 degree (H)/178 degree (V) viewing angles.
In addition to two ATSC/NTSC combination built-in tuners, the Olevia Signature series HDTVs feature two HDMI, three component, two S-Video, two composite, VGA, two RF, a headphone jack, digital audio and subwoofer.
Picture-in-Picture and split screen modes enable viewing of multiple content sources simultaneously.
Using the USB port, consumers can keep their TV up-to-date (great now we need to update TVs too, but I guess this is a good feature in this complicated HD world) by obtaining firmware update downloads from Syntax's site. The Syntax LCD HDTV sets feature D2Audio's patented Intelligent Digital Amplifier and 25W speakers that can be either mounted horizontally on the bottom of the TV, vertically on each side via a conversion kit, or removed for connecting to an external audio system.
The Olevia Signature LCD HDTVs are available in Q2 2006, estimated MSRP of the Olevia Signature LT42HVi and LT47HVi LCD HDTVs will be $3,499 and $3,999, respectively.
More details in this Syntax-Brillian press-release.

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