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121. Hitachi 43GX01 43" Color TV
list($74.00)
122. Hitachi 57600 Compatible Cartridge
123. Hitachi 17IN/16V CRT 24MM 1024X768
124. Hitachi 61SWX01W 61" Widescreen
list($399.99)
125. Hitachi VME455-LA Hi8 Camcorder
126. Hitachi CMP402HDU 42" Plasma Flat-Panel
list($1,499.99)
127. Hitachi 50FX20B 50" Projection
128. Hitachi 27GX01B 27" Stereo Color
129. Hitachi 60SDX88 60" Color TV
list($171.00)
130. Hitachi 58910 Replacement Cartridge
131. Hitachi DVD Player With Component
list($212.00)
132. Hitachi 59110 Compatible Cartridge
list($2,699.99)
133. Hitachi 53SDX20B 53" Projection
134. HITACHI CP-X380W XGA LCD PROJECTOR
135. Hitachi 8mm Camcorder with 2 1/2"
list($2,399.99)
136. Hitachi 53FDX20B 53" Projection
list($2,999.99)
137. Hitachi 51SWX20B 51" 16:9 Projection
138. Hitachi 43FDX01B 43" Rear Projection
139. Hitachi Hi8 Video Camcorder
list($1,999.99)
140. Hitachi 43FDX20B 43" Projection

121. Hitachi 43GX01 43" Color TV

Asin: B00005O78M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hitachi
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122. Hitachi 57600 Compatible Cartridge for HP LaserJet 5L/6L Replacement Toner Cartridge
list price: $74.00
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Asin: B00002QULK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: HITACHI
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123. Hitachi 17IN/16V CRT 24MM 1024X768 85HZ ( V700-511 )

Asin: B00006B88B
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 44105
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124. Hitachi 61SWX01W 61" Widescreen Progressive Scan Projection Color TV

Asin: B00005O79D
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hitachi
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125. Hitachi VME455-LA Hi8 Camcorder
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B00000J4G3
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 10094
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Nice and small but kind of disappointing
The camera is nice and small and has quite a few nice features. It zooms far and the lcd display is nice. The downfall is the black and white view finder and the quality of the recording. But you get what you pay for and for the price i paid it was a great deal. ... Read more


126. Hitachi CMP402HDU 42" Plasma Flat-Panel TV

Asin: B00008GQ61
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hitachi
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127. Hitachi 50FX20B 50" Projection TV
list price: $1,499.99
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Asin: B00006CFM6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hitachi
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Features

  • 50-inch projection TV with digital 2-line comb filter; 43.25 x 51.63 x 24.19 inches (W x H x D)
  • High-contrast shield
  • Color temperature control
  • 2-tuner P.I.P.
  • Auto Programming

128. Hitachi 27GX01B 27" Stereo Color TV

Asin: B00005O77N
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hitachi
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129. Hitachi 60SDX88 60" Color TV

Asin: B00005O798
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hitachi
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130. Hitachi 58910 Replacement Cartridge
list price: $171.00
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Asin: B000031WDH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: HITACHI
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131. Hitachi DVD Player With Component Output (DVP325U)

Asin: B000068D57
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 45711
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent interface & remote; Good picture, but not perfect
For a price well under $100, the Hitachi DVP325U comes with a very sensible, easy-to-use remote and a decent picture. It's remote control and user-interface are simple and intuitive. For instance, to change the audio track (e.g., from English to English w/ commentary), you simply repeatedly press the "audio" button; other brands require you to first press an "audio" button and then press up and down or left and right to scroll through the various tracks (e.g., Samsung). The DVP325U also contains quite a few features, including zoom, simulated surround-sound, a programmable remote (to control your TV's volume, etc.), and a jog-dial and control buttons on the face of the unit. All of the features are well-executed; for instance, with the zoom function an onscreen display approximates which portion of the whole image is being enlarged. Finally, the DVP325U has both optical and coaxial audio outputs for those playing the sound through a nice stereo system. Despite an excellent interface and a lot of options that aren't usually available on cheaper DVD players, the DVP325U's picture is slightly less than perfect. In movies, smooth gradiants tend to show some banding of color and "stair-stepped" edges and boundaries. Generally this is only noticeable if you look very closely, but it makes an otherwise fantastic budget DVD player just short of perfect. Overall though, the user-interface and the features were so well designed, that I opted to keep this DVD player over a similarly-priced Samsung player which had a top-notch picture, but difficult controls. Lastly, the Hitachi DVP323U (threee-twenty-THREE), which you might also come across, is identical to the DVP325U, except that it lacks an optical output and 3 buttons ("subtitle," "audio," and "surround") on the face of the unit. ... Read more


132. Hitachi 59110 Compatible Cartridge for Lexmark 4049 14K
list price: $212.00
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Asin: B00002QULX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: HITACHI
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133. Hitachi 53SDX20B 53" Projection HD-Ready Monitor/TV
list price: $2,699.99
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Asin: B000069L67
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 66567
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Hitachi 53SDX20B 53-inch HD-ready monitor/TV offers Hitachi's exclusive Virtual HD circuitry, 1280-line horizontal resolution, a high-brightness five-element lens system, and a high-contrast 0.52mm fine-pitch screen. Other features include MTS stereo/SAP with DBX, SRS surround sound, a variety of inputs/outputs with 2 wideband component inputs, a 3D Y/C comb filter, and picture-in-picture (PIP).

The Virtual HD functionality upconverts conventional NTSC sources to HD specifications and smoothly corrects for motion artifacts that may have been introduced into the original film or video sources. It has a 4:3 aspect ratio as well as a 16:9 mode for displaying HDTV broadcasts.

In addition to controlling all the functions on the 53SDX20B projection TV, the remote control is designed to operate different types of VCRs, CBL (cable TV) converters, satellite receiver, DVD players, and other audio/video equipment with one touch.

It has a built-in 181-chanel NTSC tuner; you'll need a separate HTDTV tuner to receive high-definition broadcasts. The 53SDX20B incorporates dual-tuner picture-in-picture technology, which allows you to view antenna inputs on both the main picture and subpicture simultaneously, with separate tuning control for each.

This set features front A/V and S-VHS input jacks for connecting a game console, VCR, or S-VHS camcorder. The rear features 2 S-video inputs, 2 composite A/V inputs, 2 component-video inputs, 2 RF inputs, 1 audio output, and S-video and A/V monitor outputs.

Tech Talk
Aspect ratio: The aspect ratio refers to the shape of the video image. Standard television has a 4:3 aspect ratio, which is almost square in appearance. Digital television will have either a 4:3 or 16:9 aspect ratio, which is widescreen and appears rectangular, looking more like a movie screen and filling more of the viewer's field of vision for a more lifelike viewing experience.

Scanning method: Frames of video are made up of many lines of video that are scanned onto a television screen so closely they appear to be a solid picture. The scanning method can be either interlaced or progressive. Interlaced scanning (also used in today's analog TV), indicated by an "i" in the video format, fills in the odd number lines (1,3,5,7...) and then fills in the even number lines (2,4,6,8...) until the frame is complete. Progressive scanning, "p," fills in each line consecutively until the frame is complete, like a computer display.

What's in the Box
This package contains the 53SDX20B 53-inch projection TV, remote control, 2 AA batteries, and printed operating instructions. ... Read more

Features

  • 53-inch projection HD-ready monitor/TV; measures 55.75 x 46 x 25 inches (W x H x D)
  • 4:3 aspect ratio (16:9 enhanced); bright 5-element lens; high-contrast .52mm fine-pitch screen
  • Upconverts NTSC analog source; SRS surround sound
  • 3 A/V inputs (1 front/2 rear), 2 S-video inputs, 2 component-video inputs, 2 RF inputs, S-video and A/V output
  • Includes remote control

134. HITACHI CP-X380W XGA LCD PROJECTOR SERIES (2000 LUMEN WITH BAG) (HITACHI CPX380W)

Asin: B00009V327
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hitachi
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135. Hitachi 8mm Camcorder with 2 1/2" LCD

Asin: B00000J547
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Hitachi
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136. Hitachi 53FDX20B 53" Projection HDTV-Ready Monitor/TV
list price: $2,399.99
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Asin: B00006CFM4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 61152
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 53-inch 16:9 projection HDTV-ready TV with 5-element lens system; 46 x 51.63 x 25.25 inches (W x H x D)
  • High-contrast anti-reflective shield
  • 8-sensor auto digital convergence w/timer
  • 2-tuner P.I.P.
  • Standard pedestal base

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars And the winner is...Hitachi
Deciding on a big screen has definitely been a grueling and frustrating task. I have been looking for a Projection HDTV for almost a year now. I never wanted to spend more than 2,000 so I waited till now to actually buy one. There are so many models out there and once you start doing your research many of the contenders will drop out of contention. When I first started looking, I considered every brand and model and went from there. Deciding on what you want can really narrow down your search. First decide on whether you want standard or widescreen. I think there is no clear answer for this and its more of a preference. I myself went withthis standard screen because I do mostly TV watching with occasional DVD viewing. Remember if you buy a widescreen when you are watching TV there will be bars on the sides. Go to a store and ask them to show this to you on a Widescreen, you have to see it to decide whether you can live with it or not. Many people say that Widescreen is the future especially with HD on the horizon, but I'm not so sure its coming as soon as more people think. Yes there are some channels now offered in HD, but not enough in my opinion. With cable and satellite systems offering hundreds of channels, I did not want to invest in a widescreen just for a few channels. I think it is coming but in my opinion by the time HD broadcasts have reached a substantial level (about 5-7 years or maybe longer) then sure it will be worth it to get it then. My logic is that I will get a Widescreen HDTV in a few years and by then maybe I plasmas will become affordable or if not I could get a really nice projection widescreen HDTV. I could go on but now I'll get to the TV.

I think picture is the most important thing when buying a big screen. I would rather have a 42 inch with a great picture than a 52 inch with a so so picture. The picture on this TV is the best in my opinon. The Toshiba 50 inch H72 which comes in standard and widescreen is the only TV that comes close to this one. The few other competitors that I was considering such as the the Sony and Phillips had ok pictures but not as good as this one in my opinion. I really did not like any of the Panasonic TV's they didn't look like they were worth it even though they were a little cheaper. My advise is not too skimp, I understand how budgets are tight but don't buy a lesser TV just to save yourself a few bucks. This is a multiyear investment and evey buck helps you. I also have to say this by the way. One thing that really confused me was how I would read all these different reviews for different TV's and everyone would practically swear that they had the best picture. I think there is no "best" picture. It really depends on so many things such as the source that is being watched, the lighting, the angle, the calibration, and a whole bunch of other things that make it difficult to buy the "best" TV. And remember that the sales people ...can easily manipulate the picture. They can easily make a great TV look [bad] wih just a few presses of a button. Keep that in mind and when you go to look at TV's ask them to show you the TV with different sources such as TV, DVD, and HD if available. Sometimes you can tell that they have messed with the TV's by just checking the brightness and contrast. I apologize for giving more shopping tips than I have on this actual TV.

I chose this TV because it consistently looked the best at five different store. Hitachi consistently gets better technical ratings and has the best lens for this type of TV. They manufacture their own parts and have some of the best display technology in the business. One thing that really helped me was that I look through at the "Consumer Reports" analysis on HDTV's and this TV was very highly recommended. Unlike many of the editorial reviews on other websites, Consumer Reports does no advertising and really puts the products to the test. I also really like this TV because of its flexibility and options. There are plenty of inputs and you can adust many of the setting including aspect ratio, temperature, utilize BBE, and the on screen display is very easy. I don't know why some companies make their controls so hard to use. The remote control for this TV is ok, but nothing spectacular. To be honest, I really didn't pay much attention to the remotes when I was researching. I obviously did check them out but its one of the least important thngs in my opinion especially since they all perform the same basic function.

DVD's look beautiful on this TV and in combination with a good home theater system, say good bye to Loews and say hello to Blockbuster. And remember don't freak out if you open the box, plug in the TV, and it doesn't look perfect, this TV's need a lot of adjusting and many manufacturers suggest the best picture that these TV's can produce will be evident after about a hundred hours, this give the guns a chance to warm up and spread their wings for lack of a better term.

Finally, I know this is a hard decision and I hope my review has helpd you somewhat. Just remember to do your homework, don't rush it, look for prices online and in stores, and don't forget to buy an extended warranty-you'll need it at some point. Last thing, buy premium cables-like Monster. ... Read more


137. Hitachi 51SWX20B 51" 16:9 Projection HDTV-Ready Monitor/TV
list price: $2,999.99
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Asin: B00006CFM0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 56637
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The SWX series 51SWX20B offers a superb blend of unequalled performance, user convenience, and contemporary styling. By coordinating the design of all key components from source to screen, Hitachi delivers ultrabright, razor-sharp rendering of both high-definition and conventional programming. The set's AV NET user interface provides onscreen control and operation of external system components, such as DVD players, VCRs, and audio-video receivers. And a DVI digital input even accommodates newer-generation digital high-definition set-top boxes (a set-top box or separate HDTV tuner is required to enjoy full HD programming).

The set's 16:9 aspect ratio is perfect for cinematic widescreen viewing, and its hybrid wide-neck CRT and Super Contrast lens system are optimized for HDTV-level programming. Conventional TV and video sources will look better, too, with Hitachi's Enhanced VirtualHD digital video processing, which upgrades conventional signals to near-HD quality. An antireflective screen shield ensures smooth, even light distribution and wide viewing angles. Magic Focus convergence automatically aligns the picture for optimal performance at the touch of a button, and 3:2 correction/26-point motion-adaptive interpolation ensures smooth, seamless images. ... Read more

Features

  • 51-inch 16:9 rear-projection HDTV monitor with full 1080i resolution; 48.75 x 50.13 x 25.06 inches (W x H x D)
  • 1,280 horizontal lines of resolution
  • HD Hybrid wide-neck CRTs and Super Contrast 5-element lens system is optimized for HDTV-level programming
  • Anti-reflective high-contrast shield offers 160-degree viewing angles and minimizes ambient-light distortions
  • Magic Focus 8-sensor auto digital convergence saves configuration efforts

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars seeing is believing
this tv has the best picture of any projection tv i have ever seen, and give many a tube tv a run for the show as well. i have seen alot of them, as i deliver for a tv and appliance store. the price i paid for this item is unbelievable as well. so needless to say i am a very happy hatachi watcher. dvd quality is out of this world, i have pioneer 600 watt surround sound w/5 disc changer hooked up through red blue green on both units. just switched from cable (clear picture aint so clear) to direct tv the picture from direct is much much better. when not using the pioneer, the sound still sounds good from the hitachi. even though i got a tremendous deal it is well worth the regular price.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Rear Projection Available
Bought this HDTV in early December 2002. Prices have gone UP since. We are very happy with this unit.

DVD progressive-scan picture quality is flawless. I challenge anyone to see more detail in a film like "The Last of the Blonde Bombshells" (an HBO film shot with HD equipment): I can safely describe every scene as of "photographic quality". "Shrek", "Matrix", "Moulin Rouge", and "Moonstruck" are also fantastic.

Watching satellite from DirecTV is another matter, though. We don't have an HD satellite receiver yet, and the image quality we get varies greatly from channel to channel and from show to show. It can be great (some car and beer commercials are super) or only fair ("re-runs" on West Wing are grainy). With an HD satellite receiver (we witnessed at Circuit City) this unit has nearly perfect picture quality.

Lets face it, if you spend this much on a large screen TV, you will want to fill the screen edge to edge, and the six aspect-ratio settings let you do just that. We choose 16:9 (1.85:1 "widescreen") viewing most of the time. Breathtaking stuff!

When you watch 4:3 images (1.33:1 "full screen") you can expand the image to fill the screen, but the distortion bothers me. So we mostly watch those at the "Zoom1" setting, which provides an edge-to-edge viewing experience with some cropping. I prefer cropping to the grey or black bars that otherwise frame the image.

Compared this 51" to the 57" Hitachi and was surprised that the 57" picture quality was better, considering it uses the same elements. I thought that picture would be grainy or washed out, but it was also superb. However I could not justify the additional cost - and this 51" screen fits our basement viewing area well.

I am very happy with this HDTV watching 50/50 DVD and satellite TV, but I am hunting for the best HD receiver to complete our video experience.

For sound, we use an RCA 700W surround system. Despite small satellite speakers, the sound is incredible large, thanks to a large subwoofer. The Hitachi's 40W speakers provide good sound, though, and we usually set the volume at 50% while watching movies. They fill in nicely in the mid to high-range frequencies.

I strongly recommend this set and challenge anyone to find a better quality image for the money.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent
I am very impressed with this set. In comparing the quality of the picture with other manufacturers the picture far exceeded their capabilities. This set far exceeded my expectations and I am happy I bought it. It is even better than I thought it would be by seeing it in the store.

5-0 out of 5 stars Hitachi
I checked other systems and frankly this one was the clearest picture of all. Expansions capabilities are also quite diversed. One negative side is that the input ports are low (close to the floor) thus needing longer cables than otherwise needed. Asides from that, overall a 5 star. ... Read more


138. Hitachi 43FDX01B 43" Rear Projection CRT HD-Ready DTV

Asin: B00005O78L
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hitachi
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139. Hitachi Hi8 Video Camcorder

Asin: B00000JK9P
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Hitachi
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140. Hitachi 43FDX20B 43" Projection HD-Ready Monitor/TV
list price: $1,999.99
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Asin: B000069JX3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Hitachi 43FDX20B 43-inch HD-ready monitor/TV offers Hitachi's exclusive Virtual HD circuitry, 1280-line horizontal resolution, a high-brightness five-element lens system, and a high-contrast 0.52mm fine-pitch screen. Other features include MTS stereo/SAP with DBX, SRS surround sound, a variety of inputs/outputs with 2 wideband component inputs, a 3D Y/C comb filter, and picture-in-picture (PIP).

The Virtual HD functionality upconverts conventional NTSC sources to HD specifications and smoothly corrects for motion artifacts that may have been introduced into the original film or video sources. It has a 4:3 aspect ratio as well as a 16:9 mode for displaying HDTV broadcasts.

In addition to controlling all the functions on the 43FDX20B projection TV, the remote control is designed to operate different types of VCRs, CBL (cable TV) converters, satellite receiver, DVD players, and other audio/video equipment with one touch.

It has a built-in 181-chanel NTSC tuner; you'll need a separate HTDTV tuner to receive high-definition broadcasts. The 43FDX20B incorporates dual-tuner picture-in-picture technology, which allows you to view antenna inputs on both the main picture and subpicture simultaneously, with separate tuning control for each.

This set features front A/V and S-VHS input jacks for connecting a game console, VCR, or S-VHS camcorder. The rear features 2 S-video inputs, 2 composite A/V inputs, 2 component-video inputs, 2 RF inputs, 1 audio output, and S-video and A/V monitor outputs.

Tech Talk
Aspect ratio: The aspect ratio refers to the shape of the video image. Standard television has a 4:3 aspect ratio, which is almost square in appearance. Digital television will have either a 4:3 or 16:9 aspect ratio, which is widescreen and appears rectangular, looking more like a movie screen and filling more of the viewer's field of vision for a more lifelike viewing experience.

Scanning method: Frames of video are made up of many lines of video that are scanned onto a television screen so closely they appear to be a solid picture. The scanning method can be either interlaced or progressive. Interlaced scanning (also used in today's analog TV), indicated by an "i" in the video format, fills in the odd number lines (1,3,5,7...) and then fills in the even number lines (2,4,6,8...) until the frame is complete. Progressive scanning, "p," fills in each line consecutively until the frame is complete, like a computer display.

What's in the Box
43FDX20B 43-inch projection TV, remote control, 2 AA batteries, and printed operating instructions. ... Read more

Features

  • 43-inch projection HD-ready monitor/TV; measures 43.62 x 38.94 x 20.1 inches (W x H x D)
  • 4:3 aspect ratio (16:9 enhanced); bright 5-element lens; high-contrast .52mm fine-pitch screen
  • Upconverts NTSC analog source; SRS surround sound
  • 3 A/V inputs (1 front/2 rear), 2 S-video inputs, 2 component-video inputs, 2 RF inputs, S-video and A/V output
  • Includes remote control

Reviews (5)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great TV
I have had the tv for about 6 months now. It has a great picture! I generally use my surround sound when it is on. I have Dish Network HDTV and get some local channels that broadcast in HDTV too thanks to the 811 receiver. You will never go back to "regular" tv again.

4-0 out of 5 stars Bang for your buck
This HDTV Monitor is worth every penny, it shows a clear bright picture, and it takes up little room, easy to setup and use.
Football, movies, or just good old TV....all looks better through this.....enjoy.....I am

3-0 out of 5 stars Good But Shows Some Flaws
I've owned this HDTV for 1 year and 6 months. I won't get into too many details about the TV's specifications. The picture is good; the sound is good; and there's a smorgasbord of customization features.

Now let me describe the three problems I have with it:

My model comes with a plastic cover over the screen which causes some glare from light sources. This cover cannot be removed without taking the TV apart. Newer models of the same TV don't have the cover, so this may not apply to all prospective buyers.

After using the TV for a while I noticed these curved black lines across the middle of the screen. They're largest at the edges of the screen and get smaller as they approach the center until they're nonexistent. They're always there but aren't easily visible. I was practically looking for imperfections before I saw them and they're unnoticeable against dark images.

Finally, there seems to be something wrong with the color. I don't know if this is a growing problem or if it's been there all along. The bottom-left corner of the screen has a blue shift to it and the top-right corner has a red shift. It's as if the red & blue color convergence is out of adjustment. Manually changing said convergence doesn't help much. It might've always been like that and I just didn't notice before, I don't know.

These two problems may simply be flukes to which only my TV suffers. Also, keep in mind that I am a videophile perfectionist and my reviews for such products are strict.

5-0 out of 5 stars Our first HDTV
I love ours. The owner's manual is fairly well written, once you are used to using the remote it is easy to get where you want to go. It has 5 different sets of hook ups at the rear and 1 set on the front for configuring your system however you want it to work. The only awkward thing is the on screen display of suggested system hook ups, rather difficult to see when you are BEHIND the television. We don't have a large living room so it is not overpowering and at the same time it is easy to see from everywhere in the room. Remote can control your DVD player or VCR, though I may have to call Hitachi to see if it can be programmed to control my particular DVD player. Video adjustments are easy to do and may be programmed into the television itself. Everyone who has come over and seen it loves it. I hated to spend this kind of money but now I am glad I did - we were originally going for a 35" HDTV when the missus saw this one and fell in love with it. Only possible drawback will be if the competing HDTV signal processor is the winner, then we will have to buy an adaptor to make full use of this system. The audio is good though we usually run the sound through our surround sound receiver to preserve the speakers on the television - especially for those extra loud action/drama movies. I did not even mention the 3 way picture-in-picture with its "freeze" mode, handy for writing down addresses and recipes off the screen without using a VCR to tape the information.

5-0 out of 5 stars Hitachi's Greatness !!!!!!!!!
I bought this TV from Circuit City, after debating what brand should I get. Actually, Sony, Panasonic, and Hitachi were my best choices, but after seeing the picture on this set, nothing could tell best than your own eyes. I was amazed how deep were the colors, brigh was the picture and most importantly how fast do they service you, and over all 10/10. Plus it's a great value for such a beatifull set. My recomandation; BUY IT !!!!! ... Read more


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