NuVision Ships 42 & 47 Inch 1080p HDTVs

Posted: May 3 2007, 4:02pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:42am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

NuVision Ships 42 & 47 inch 1080p HDTVs
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It’s not often that we get to say HDTV manufacturer and made in the USA in one sentence but that’s exactly what NuVision is, a US based builder of HDTV sets. NuVision announced today that they are now shipping two new HDTV models, a 42” 1080p set and a 47” 1080p set.

Both these new designs are in the Deep Black LCD TV line and have bottom detachable speakers. MSRP for the 42” set is $3199 and the 47” set goes for $4199. "NuVision's LCD product line has already caught the eye of the consumer and retailers alike, and we are happy to fill the demand for even larger models made since we launched NuVision last year," explained Scott Deley, NuVision CEO. "1080p is quickly becoming the reference standard in high quality flat panels, so combining this new capability with our existing proprietary technologies will set NuVision's 42- and 47-inch models ahead of the competition." Native resolution for both panels is 1920 x 1080p and they have 6ms response times. Both panels also have 600cd/m2 brightness and wide viewing angles of 176 degrees horizontal and vertical. Connectivity options are HDMI with HDCP (though it seems only one HDMI), two multi-scan component and S-video/composite. Story via NuVision press release.

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