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161. Hitachi 15IN LCD 1024X768 CML152
162. Hitachi 61SDX01B 61" Rear Projection
list($239.00)
163. Hitachi 17IN/16.1V 23MM 1024X768@85Hz
164. Hitachi 19IN/18V CRT 20MM 1600X1200
165. Hitachi Disp. 50'' XGA Plasma
166. Hitachi 60EX01B 60"Rear Projection
list($162.00)
167. Hitachi 59000 Compatible Cartridge
list($1,799.99)
168. Hitachi 60FX20B 60" Projection
list($208.00)
169. Hitachi 57500 Compatible Cartridge
170. CML155V 15IN LCD .297MM-10X7 75HZ
list($169.95)
171. Hitachi VTFX6410 4-Head Hi-Fi
172. 15IN LCD 1024X768 CML152B
173. Hitachi 21IN/20.0V 22MM 2048X1536
174. 19IN/18V CRT 20MM 1600X1200
175. Hitachi 32UX01S 32" Dual Tuner
176. 17in LCD 26mm 1280x1024 Cml171
list($599.99)
177. Hitachi VM8500LA VHS Camcorder
list($3,499.99)
178. Hitachi 57SWX20B 57" 16:9 Projection
list($599.99)
179. Hitachi VME545LAVP Hi8 Camcorder
180. HITACHI 50HDT50 50" Digital 16:9

161. Hitachi 15IN LCD 1024X768 CML152 IVORY ( CML152XW2 )

Asin: B00006HYBD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hitachi America Ltd.
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162. Hitachi 61SDX01B 61" Rear Projection High Definition Color TV

Asin: B00005O79C
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

This 61" Progressive Scan projection TV represents the finest in digital technology, producing the sharpest projection TV viewing possible. Features include Digital Convergence and A.I. Home Theater modes, built-in surround sound, wireless sound delivery and other performance features to produce the most incredible dynamic sound system ever created and sharp, life-like picture resolution, theater-quality sound and easy operation. Special features include Exclusive Hitachi Flex Converter that provides: 1080i HDTV Capabilities (with Set-Top Box) and Full Time Progressive Scan (480P), Built-In High Contrast UltraShield, Dolby Digital 5.1 and Pro Logic Surround Sound and Digital Window Plus Picture-in-Picture Menu. ... Read more

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Picture, Fantastic Features
This TV is actually to large for my Family room, but the picture is so fantastic, I refuse to give it up.Sound and picture quality are great for a reasonable price.Picture AND Picture is great!Only complaint is you can not connect S-Video and optical audio for input.Optical or coaxial audio input must have Composite Video for a video input. ... Read more


163. Hitachi 17IN/16.1V 23MM 1024X768@85Hz Cm615
list price: $239.00
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Asin: B00004Z8X4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 47336
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Amazon.com Product Description

Hitachi presents its CM615U-511 monitor with minimal curvature. In addition to the nearly flat screen, the 17-inch (16.1 inches viewable) image produces vibrant colors and crisp text in a flicker-free performance, which is ideal for any business or home office that demands flexibility and fine resolution from its monitors.

The maximum resolution of 1,024 x 768 dpi delivers sharp images at 85 Hz. A high-contrast antistatic, antiglare coating reduces viewing strain. A dot pitch of 0.23 millimeters horizontally and 0.14 millimeters vertically provides sharp, crisp focus. A tilt/swivel base optimizes visibility, even if you are not sitting directly in front of the screen. The monitor features practical, easy-to-access, up-front controls for RGB color, white balance, brightness, contrast, horizontal/vertical positioning, and more. The black matrix with invar shadow mask and dual dynamic focus ensures that your crucial data and images are precisely displayed.

The Hitachi CM615U-511 has on-the-desk dimensions of approximately 16 by 17 by 17 inches at a sturdy 37 pounds. ... Read more

Features

  • 17-inch screen with 16.1 inches viewable
  • 1,280 x 1,024 maximum resolution
  • 100 Hz maximum refresh rate
  • PC and Mac compatible
  • 0.23-millimeter horizontal and 0.14-millimeter vertical dot pitch

164. Hitachi 19IN/18V CRT 20MM 1600X1200 ( CM721F-511 )

Asin: B00006ANR6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 45556
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars Wow, what a junker
1.5 weeks old, it screams (and I mean LOUDLY) at lower resolutions such as those your system goes through before reaching the Windows desktop. The red color gun is badly out of alignment. It doesn't retain screen resolution settings well, such as height, position, etc., when switching resolutions to one you've setup previously (big problem for gamers). And it's blurry in spots, not something I'd expect from a .20 dot pitch monitor.
Save some money and get a better monitor: buy a ViewSonic. Just returned my Hitachi for one myself.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent
Very happy with this monitor. Flat screen which reduces glare and .20 dpi for very sharp picture quality. ... Read more


165. Hitachi Disp. 50'' XGA Plasma Monitor ( CMP5000WXU-511 )

Asin: B00009U0VM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hitachi Pc Corp. (Usa)
Sales Rank: 57882
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Features

  • 900
  • 1 contrast ratio
  • 9 aspect ratio
  • Multi-scan technology

166. Hitachi 60EX01B 60"Rear Projection Color TV

Asin: B00005O795
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hitachi
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167. Hitachi 59000 Compatible Cartridge for Lexmark 4039 Standard Replacement Cartridge
list price: $162.00
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Asin: B00002QULU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: HITACHI
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168. Hitachi 60FX20B 60" Projection TV
list price: $1,799.99
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Asin: B00006CFM5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 62813
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Features

  • 60-inch projection TV with digital 2-line comb filter; 51.36 x 60.25 x 27.25 inches (W x H x D)
  • High-contrast shield
  • Color temperature control
  • 2-tuner P.I.P.
  • Auto Programming

169. Hitachi 57500 Compatible Cartridge for HP LaserJet 5Si/5SiMX Replacement Toner Cartridge
list price: $208.00
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Asin: B00002QULM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: HITACHI
Sales Rank: 64702
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170. CML155V 15IN LCD .297MM-10X7 75HZ SPK SILVER/BLUE

Asin: B00006HU7C
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hitachi Koki Imaging Solutions, Inc.
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171. Hitachi VTFX6410 4-Head Hi-Fi VCR
list price: $169.95
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Asin: B00000J1M9
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hitachi
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172. 15IN LCD 1024X768 CML152B

Asin: B00006HYDV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hitachi Koki Imaging Solutions, Inc.
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173. Hitachi 21IN/20.0V 22MM 2048X1536 75Hz Cm814 Dig Tco95 MPrii

Asin: B00004ZA3O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hitachi
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174. 19IN/18V CRT 20MM 1600X1200

Asin: B00006B88A
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hitachi Koki Imaging Solutions, Inc.
Sales Rank: 47369
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175. Hitachi 32UX01S 32" Dual Tuner PiP Stereo Color TV

Asin: B00005O786
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars HDTV good, this TV not
This TV has a pretty good picture. However, if you use the Time-Warner HDTV cable box, there appears to be an incompatibility. The picture breaks up badly (like a mal-functioning vertical hold) when any channel is switched using the hi def cable box. It stabilizes then breaks up again while watching. Does not matter if you are watching regular or HDTV channels.

Also, HDTV cable boxes apparently require inputs to the TV via the component inputs. No problem. But when you do this, the TV disables the audio volume level. It disables the output of RF signal back to the cable box when component video watched. It disables PIP also. Wow!

Check the online users manual before buying, since they warn users in the manual of what will not work when using component video input. The owners manual is pretty good at laying out your options and how to connect.

The TV has only one set of component inputs, so be careful to figure out if this is enough for your setup.

The Panasonic appears to avoid all these problems, and has a better picture to boot. ... Read more


176. 17in LCD 26mm 1280x1024 Cml171 Ivory

Asin: B00006B88I
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hitachi
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177. Hitachi VM8500LA VHS Camcorder with 3" Color LCD Screen
list price: $599.99
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Asin: B00004XQPH
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 13256
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Product Description

Though full-size VHS camcorders are becoming less and less common, somepeople still prefer them to newer, smaller models. Despite their larger size,standard VHS camcorders offer two advantages over VHS-C and 8mm cameras. First,the tapes can immediately be played through a VCR, rather than using an adapteror requiring the camera to be connected to the TV. Second, the shoulder-mountedshooting style necessitated by the camera's size makes it much easier to shootsmooth, steady videos.

The VM8500LA features a 16x optical zoom, as well as a240x digital zoom. The camcorder can also shoot in as little illumination as 0.3lux, and if it's too dark for good footage, there's a built-in auto light. Fivedigital fades and five digital effects give you the opportunity to add a touchof professionalism to your footage. Digital image stabilization helps to keepthe shakes out of your videos. To compose and review shots, users have twooptions: a black-and-white optical viewfinder and a 3-inch swivel-mounted colorLCD. A built-in playback speaker lets you hear mono audio from the footageyou've just shot. A manual character titler also lets you label the footageyou're shooting.

To make sure your shooting experience is as easy as possible,the VM8500LA automatically sets shutter speed, iris, white balance, focus, andbacklight compensation. It will even automatically select macro mode whenappropriate. The VM8500LA comes equipped with a rechargeable battery and an ACadapter/charger. ... Read more

Features

  • Full-size VHS-based camcorder
  • Built-in auto light
  • Electronic image stabilization
  • 3-inch color LCD monitor
  • 16x optical zoom

178. Hitachi 57SWX20B 57" 16:9 Projection HDTV-Ready Monitor/TV
list price: $3,499.99
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Asin: B00006CFLZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 61688
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The SWX series 57SWX20B 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

  • 57-inch 16:9 rear-projection HDTV monitor with full 1080i resolution; 54 x 54.19 x 25.5 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 (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Home Theater
I purchased my Hitachi after doing several comparisons. The fact that Hitachi makes their own components is a huge reason their TVs are the best. They have control over the entire process of building the sets.
DVDs are simply fantastic. My DVD/Home Theater system is not a progressive scan system yet I would challenge anyone to notice the difference. Cable is acceptable and usually depends on the signal quality which determins how good the picture is for analog. VHS tapes are okay but I can hardly wait til I can go DVD recording and dump my VCR( after I transfer my tapes to DVDs). Sound is also VERY good. All in all I'm extremely pleased with the set.

5-0 out of 5 stars AWESOME
It was between this one and the Sony V600 model. Lucky for us we were able to compare them side by side at a local store and Hitachi was clearly the winner. Every type of signal was compared and the only signal that looked better on the Sony was the air antenna. When we received it, the picture did not seem as good as it did on the showroom floor, but after reading the manual and making some adjustments the picture was terrific, even on analog cable! ... Read more


179. Hitachi VME545LAVP Hi8 Camcorder Package
list price: $599.99
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Asin: B00001QES3
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Sales Rank: 9221
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Weighing in at around 2 pounds, Hitachi's VME545LAVP 8mm camcorder offers a wide range of advanced features in a lightweight package. It has a 0.55-inch black-and-white eyepiece viewfinder and a 2.5-inch fold-out/rotatable LCD screen. Zoom capabilities range from 16x optical/32x digital to a special-effect zoom equivalent of 120x (although the special-effect zoom compromises picture quality).

With 0.8 LUX illumination, you can film in light lower than that from a single candle. Many exposure controls come preset, such as auto backlight, auto white balance, and auto shutter, but you do have the option of focusing automatically or manually. Along with the exposure modes, the Hitachi VME545LAVP features a package of built-in special effects including mosaic, mirror, negative-positive, and panoramic shots. You can fade in and out with one of six programmed fades. This model also includes flying erase heads to keep transitions between shots smooth.

The Hitachi VME545LAVP is designed with a built-in lens cap as well as automatic tile and date options. This camcorder kit comes with a Perfect Power battery system, an 11-key remote control, a tripod, a carrying case, and an 8mm tape. ... Read more

Features

  • 8mm camcorder
  • 16x optical and 32x digital zoom
  • 2.5-inch LCD display
  • Includes special effects
  • Carrying bag, tripod, remote control, and 8mm tape included

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Family Product / User Friendly
We gambled on this Hitachi package because its description and photographs appeared to fit the FAMILY Vs. Unitied Artists FILMAKER category, seeking a "User Friendly" model. The gamble paid the following dividends. A CamCorder that is light, simple to operate without requiring the 3 eyed camera-person. 1 to film and 2 to consult the owners manual. This model comes with a lo light feature Vs. built in lights on other models. Our lo light filming in both indoor and outdoor settings proved positive with "tru color" imagery without the lamp glare that is common with the built ins. The Autofocus feature will require more attention, as it is very positive to the dead-center subject rule, especially involving indoor moving targets i.e. 5 year old grandsons. One feature not advertised was this CamCorder's 2.5" Flip out screen: its COLOR! The camera bag is attractive and roomy. Tripod is ok, but its a lightweight model. We're Very Happy with our USER FRIENDLY HITACHI. ... Read more


180. HITACHI 50HDT50 50" Digital 16:9 HDTV Monitor / Plasma TV with Audio Video C

Asin: B0000XKE4Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hitachi
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 50 16 - 9 Screen with Anti-Reflective Shield
  • New Virtual HD 1080p Video Processor -Upgrades conventional signals to near HD quality for a sharp, well-defined picture, regardless of source
  • A wide range of options for viewing standard 4 - 3 programming on the 16 - 9 widescreen display
  • 20 Watt MTS stereo sound with 2 detachable speakers
  • Front and Rear A/V inputs

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Pricey but good
After a year of shopping, my wife & I decided to experience this puppy. Granted that all plasma t.v.s look great, this one on the show floor looked a tad better, so we sprang for the extra bucks after first getting a sale price, then a 10% discount ontop of an additional 10% discount. It was merely a horribly expensive unit instead of obscenely expensive that way.

At home, we had an installer scheduled to come out and mount it on the wall, but we couldn't wait and went ahead and did the installation on the pedastle, which is a two person job and takes about 3 hours, with the constant fear of dropping something on the screen. We didn't break anything, but I don't recommend self installation unless you have nerves of steel.

After haggling with the cable company, we added HDTV service and after about 5 days managed to review the unit in the following modes:

1. analog cable t.v.
The image quality is good, probably superior to regular NTSC quality. Key advantage is you can toggle the 5 or so image scale modes to make it fit just right. There is a progressive distortion mode that while stretching the image to fit the 16:9 from the NTSC standard, does it so well that there is no obvious distortion except for the rare case where you see what should be a circle in one of the corners. The image size is such that you really can't take in the whole screen at once so it's a rarely if ever noticed distortion and visually quite good considering the low quality of analog broadcast
2. digital cable t.v.
Probably not a great idea. You have two modes on the Hitachi and 3 modes on the cable box to scale the image, and they seem to fight eachother resulting in a less than stellar picture. I actually prefer analog for quality when all settings are done. I would suspect the same issues with Satellite, but I'm not ready to add that to my gadget list to be sure.
Special note for folks who have "movie on demand" fantasies. NONE of the "movies on demand" are HDTV format. Maybe next year. I'm disappointed, but with my cable company, not Hitachi.
3. digital 1080i cable t.v.
Granted, this device is not a 1080i display, it's 1,280 by 780, but however it down-converts the signal, it's an amazingly clear picture. The only concern you might have is looking at the imperfections on people's faces that are normally invisible. I mean, how many of you will find your attention distracted by looking at the details of the hairs growing from a mole on the interviewer's face. Sometimes, detail it too much of a good thing, but by all that's holy, it's remarkable detail and quality. My suspicion is that satellite folks will love this mode too. HOWEVER, there are very few HDTV channels right now, and I'd say, like all t.v. wasteland material, maybe 1 or 2 has something interesting.
4. svideo DVD
A high quality display that looks fine, but you'll discover that frame sizes vary depending upon DVD producer's whim and you may find yourself toggling among 6 different display modes trying to find one that won't burn-in and that looks good too. I don't have the HDTV composite version of a DVD player so I can't comment on that and I blew my toy budget for the next 3 years so it'll be a while before I know how wonderful that feature is.
5. RCA jack vhs video
This is the worst image quality mode, due to the source. however the analog variable image scaling works well, and the picture is better than when displayed on the baby 30 inch sony 3:4 that this replaced.
6. RGB output from a PC
Jury is out here. I've hooked 3 different PCs into this and know for sure that your milage will vary. Depending on which version of Windows you have, whose display driver you have, etc, etc, you will either get a stunning image of your desktop, or a stunning distorted image of your desktop. Be warned a 1280 X 780 display is obviously not the top display mode debugged by video card driver makers. It's not that you won't get it to work, but you may find that your actual display size is, well, funny. Hitachi has a nice "auto size" mode that at least gets the desktop to fill the screen, irrespective of what the video card driver wants to do. You can browse easily, clearly, and start shopping at once for a wireless keyboard and mouse. We did.
7. Universal remote vs. Universal remote
There were actually three settups done for us. The one my wife & I did, the one the official installer did, and the one the cable boy did. Each of us knows how a system should be wired, and how the universal remote should be programmed. At the end of the day, I had THREE universal remotes, sony, cable company, and hitachi. Each programmed by the mad mind of the perfect configurator. At the end of the day, the universal remote that works best is the Hitachi, which surprised me. The cable guy insisted that it would never work with the cable box. I discovered that it works better with the cable box than the universal remote that came with the cable box. That doesn't mean you will have ONE universal remote. Mixed vendors = mixed results. I can now get by with TWO universal remotes, provided I keep a third nearby. Driving 5 different vendor's devices with 2.5 remotes ain't bad.
8. Burn in
Hitachi says, never keep the side bars (normal HTDV display) on for more than 15% of the time, lest thou shalt melt the phosphor and destroy your display. I looked at the persistance image after turning the device off (in the dark), and my guess is that 15% is the maximum. I plan on keeping it down to as close to zero as possible. If you plan on using this with a PC, make sure your screen saver is really on, and really doing a dynamic or BLACK display unless you want to see START on the bottom of your display for eternity. (apologies to MAC users) ... Read more


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