Key Features of the TC-11LV1 include:
ACTIVE LIGHT CONTROL
This circuitry automatically detects the brightness levels of the input signal and adjusts the backlight accordingly, providing you with enhanced brightness levels for light and dark scenes. The result is an expanded dynamic range from black to white peak, with crisp, natural pictures that assure dynamic viewing.
ACTIVE SYSTEM CONTROL
Working in tandem with active light control, this technology adjusts the video signal according to the image contrast, adding greater brightness to bright scenes and more depth to darker ones, giving you more vivid images and a more powerful viewing experience.
SUPER DYNAMIC SHARPNESS CONTROL
By analyzing the entire image, minimizing noise in areas of low detail (such as a cloudless sky), and enhancing areas with greater detail, this circuitry provides a natural, lifelike picture with outstanding detail.
16:9 ASPECT RATIO
These widescreen TVs have a width-to-height ratio similar to movie theater screens, providing you with cinema-style entertainment right in your own home. Moreover, they enable full-screen viewing of high-definition broadcasts and DVD videos, which are produced in 16:9 format.
PROGRESSIVE SCAN DOUBLER
Displays a full frame of video in 1/60th of a second by de-interlacing the incoming video signal and progressively scanning the image. This feature helps to reduce the horizontal scan lines that are often visible in ordinary television images.
3D Y/C DIGITAL COMB FILTER
The 3D Y/C digital comb filter performs field-by-field comparisons of the television image to accurately separate the color from the black-and-white information. The filter works to minimize both horizontally and vertically hanging dots, as well as dot crawl.
COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT JACKS
The component video input jacks consist of a luminance signal and two separate chrominance signals. Combining these three inputs provides you with video images that have outstanding resolution and color accuracy. Panasonic televisions with these component video inputs can accept either progressive or interlaced signals from a variety of sources, including DVD players and DTV set-top boxe