Mitsubishi PD-5065 High Definition Plasma Flat Panel Monitor

Mitsubishi Updated: 2007-09-14
Mitsubishi PD-5065 High Definition Plasma Flat Panel Monitor

Mitsubishi is no stranger to plasma technology having first introduced plasma display products in 1996. Mitsubishi continues the tradition of offering high performance, cutting edge products with this new series of HD-upgradeable plasma monitors. The PD-5065 High Definition Plasma Flat Panel Monitor features a brilliant, vibrant picture with a stunning compact design. Mitsubishi plasma monitors include Plush™ imaging to deliver an unmatched, perfect picture every time.

The new 50-inch PD-5065 features PreciseColor™ advanced, industry-leading 12-bit color processing, resulting in more than eight times the number of colors available in traditional plasma products. With Mitsubishi’s BrightCell™ and MicroFilter™ technologies, the PD-5065’s picture is bright, with vivid colors and a realistic image.

* 1365X768p HD Resolution
* Plush™ Imaging
* BrightCell™ Technology
* MicroFilter™ Technology
* PreciseColor™ (12-bit color processing - 64 Billion Colors)

Mitsubishi’s new 50” High Definition Plasma Flat Panel Monitor includes Color Adjust, Mitsubishi’s six-way tint control for optimal picture performance and personal taste. Also included with the PD-5065 are low-profile, bottom-mounted speakers and a height-adjustable stand.

HDMI™ – High Definition Multimedia Interface
HDMI™ (High Definition Multimedia Interface) is an uncompressed, all-digital audio/video interface. HDMI™ provides an interface between an audio/video source, such as a set-top box, DVD player, or A/V receiver and an A/V monitor, such as a digital television (DTV), over a single cable. HDMI™ supports standard, enhanced or high definition video, plus multi-channel digital audio on a single cable. It supports all ATSC formats.

Orbiter Mode
Plasma panel imperceptably adjusts picture to minimize uneven phosphor aging.

Independent RGB Adjustments
Have your color palette as refined as your taste in high definition.

Inverse Mode
Saturates screen to counteract image retention.