Mitsubishi WS-48315 CRT Television

Mitsubishi Updated: 2007-09-13
Mitsubishi WS-48315 CRT Television

Ease of use meets exceptional performance and amazing image quality. Its AMVP™ Motion Processor automatically converts low-resolution broadcasts into near HDTV images, making it the perfect television on its own or as part of your home theater system.

Years of Mitsubishi research and advancements are artfully integrated in this amazing television.

* PerfectColor™
* DefinEdge™ VSM
* 480-Line Motion-Adaptive 3D Y/C Comb Filter
* Auto Film Mode
* Removable ColorTuned™ Shield

Take full control of your viewing experience with the user-friendly features you’d expect from an

DVI - Digital Visual Interface
DVI is a method used to send non-compressed digital video information from one device to another device. DVI is a “one way” system which means there is a sending (source) device and a receiving device. Just as there are different standards for standard computer analog RGB signals and for standard analog TV video signals, there are differences between the digital computer signals and digital TV video signals. For DVI to work properly, both DVI devices, the source device and the receiving device, must be compatible with the same types of signals. For video, the most common signals are stated in scanning rates of 480p, 720p and 1080i. TVs that have DVI inputs do not normally accept digital computer signal standards. DVI signals are video or graphics only and do not contain audio.