Samsung introduces another leading edge DLP TV, known for their award winning picture quality. The HL-P5674W displays 56 inches of inviting wide-screen viewing area that is elegantly framed in an ultra slim bezel cabinet. Weighing less than 95 pounds and less than 19 inches deep, the HL-P5674W offers more viewing screen and less bulkiness. The secret to this engineering marvel - a compact digital projector powered by EMMY winning technology by Texas Instruments. The Automatic Digital Format Conversion System is compatible with 1080i and 720p HDTV formats, 480p EDTV and 480i SDTV formats. This system will accept any DTV, Analog TV, or XGA computer RGB input. All video signals are converted to a 16:9 wide-screen pixel count (1280 x 720) progressive display for flicker-free images.
Display Type: DLP Projection TV
Display Format: 480i (SDTV), 720p (HDTV)
Aspect Ratio: 16:9 (Widescreen)
Diagonal Screen Size: 56
Product Title: Samsung HL-P5674W 56" DLP Projection TV
Power Score: 5 | 2 Reviews
Product Type: DLP Projection TV
Diagonal Screen Size: 56 in
Aspect Ratio: 16:9 (Widescreen)
Max Resolution: 1280 x 720
Contrast Ratio: 2000:1
Broadcast Format Displayed: 480i (SDTV), 720p (HDTV)
Broadcast Format Supported: 1080i (HDTV), 480i (SDTV), 480p (EDTV), 720p (HDTV)
General Features: 3/2 Pulldown, Multi-Language Menu, On Screen Menu, V-Chip
Height: 36.3 in
Width: 49.9 in
Depth: 18.2 in
Weight: 98.4 lbs
URL: Manufacturer Link
Product Reviews (2)
My wife and I are amazed at how...
Strengths: Stunning picture. It took only minutes to set up.
Weakness: None that I am aware of at this time.
My wife and I are amazed at how simple it was to get this up and running. Literally minutes. Even the manual was straight forward and simple to follow. The picture is wonderful and when we have it on a HD channel it is stunning. I would recommend this product to anyone.
By gremlin73 - Apr 30, 2005
Well, I've been researching DLP...
Strengths: Input options, PQ, sleek design, good sound, reasonably priced compared to plasma.
Weakness: Nothing major so far. The only comment I have would be concerning viewing angles. High/low and far right to left degradation. Not bad, since I mostly sit right in front of it with my mouth agape!
Well, I've been researching DLP HDTVs since I walked into my local Circuit City over a year ago and spotted an HLN617W connected to an HD satellite signal. I had been looking at plasmas but winced every time I got to the point of seriously considering how to justify the high price tag. The HLN617W inspired me to some serious research that culminated in the purchase of this unit just two weeks...
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Well, I've been researching DLP HDTVs since I walked into my local Circuit City over a year ago and spotted an HLN617W connected to an HD satellite signal. I had been looking at plasmas but winced every time I got to the point of seriously considering how to justify the high price tag.
The HLN617W inspired me to some serious research that culminated in the purchase of this unit just two weeks prior to this writing.
Anyhow, I'm sitting on my couch 14 feet from my new HLP5674W typing this review on the screen. How cool is that? I'm definitely impressed!
In addition to my computer, I have the set connected to a Samsung SIR-TS360 Direct TV Tuner which in itself is an awesomely versatile piece of equipment.
The HLP5674W has been outstanding so far. Right out of the box everything appears perfect. I keep seeing reviews where people discuss the setup being way out of whack, but if it gets a lot better, I'm just gonna be that much more impressed.
I hear no fan noise and see no picture irregularities that seem to have plagued the earlier models.
I'm looking forward to many years of enjoyment from this jewel of a product!
By thamesjn - Feb 26, 2005