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Samsung sticks by RPTV, intros HL67A750A / HL56A650A

Darren Murph
January 6, 2008
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While the rest of the world seems to be bailing on RPTVs, Samsung is using CES to showcase a pair of all new DLP rear-projection sets. Up to bat first is the 61- / 67-inch HL67A750A, and here's a look at what it's packing:
  • Next-generation LED light engine: no color wheel, longer set life (30,000 hours)
  • Full HD 1080p resolution and 10,000:1 contrast ratio

  • 3D Ready integration with 3D accessory kit (sold separately)

  • Four HDMI 1.3 ports with CEC

  • USB 2.0 socket for PMPs, cameras, etc.
  • Single-tuner picture-in-picture (PIP) can display two separate sources without an external tuner
But wait, there's more! Click on through to see it.


If the HL67A750A series ain't doing anything for you, why not give the HL56A650A (available in 50-, 56-, 61- and 72-inch sizes) family a look? Highlights are listed below:



  • Full HD 1080p resolution and 10,000:1 contrast ratio

  • 3D Ready integration with 3D accessory kit (sold separately)
  • Three HDMI 1.3 ports with CEC

  • USB 2.0 socket for PMPs, cameras, etc.
  • Slim depth allows for a compact home theater, even with large screen sizes
Per usual, there's no telling how much these creatures will demand, but don't count on seeing one in the wild before April.



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