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Samsung 170MP 17" TFT Display-TV Review

Samsung 170MP 17
Abstract: With the continuing trend in convergence, it was only a matter of time before the venerable television was combined with the cutting-edge technology of flat panel TFT.
 98% Rating:   
Filed under: Monitors Published:  Author: 
External Mfg. Website: Samsung Jul 03 2001   Max Page  
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The SyncMaster 170MP's Full Specs:

SyncMaster 170MP Spec-Sheet
Size (or Panel Size) 17 inches
Pixel Pitch 0.264 mm
Brightness 170cd/m2
Contrast Ratio 220:1
Viewing Angle 80° / 80° / 80° / 80°
Horizontal Max (KHz) 80 kHz
Vertical Max (Hz) 85 Hz
Bandwidth (MHz) 135 MHz
Max. Resolution 1280 x 1024
Colour 16.7M
Input Signal Type Analog RGB (15 pin D-Sub), NTSC (coaxial), S-Video, Rear A/V input
Pivot Enabled No
OSD 6 Languages
Multi-media Built-in (1.5 W / CH x 2)
Plug & Play Standard DDC 1/2B
Power (Max) 43 W
Power Management Regulation EPA / NUTEK
USB Hub (user option)
TV Tuner 125 channels with V-Chip
Picture in Picture Yes (Fully adjustable size/location)
Safety UL, CSA, NOM, NEMKO, SEMKO
EMI NEMKO, CE, RFS, C-TICK, VCCI, BCIQ
Low Radiation TCO 95
Dimensions (WxHxD) 448 x 444.8 x 63 mm
Weight 6.5 kg
Warranty 3 years on parts and labour
Accessories TV Remote (included)

Important info about buying a TFT display

We always suggest you test any flat panel display you are considering in the store before you pay for it!

LCD panels are very complex components to construct and most manufactures only guarantee their display's to be 99.9% free from defect. That means there can be up to 3 or 5 broken pixels before the display is considered "broken." Broken pixels are individual pixels in the display panel which are stuck on a certain colour, are constantly dim, or are always off. Depending on the location and intensity of a broken pixel they can be next to invisible, or glaringly obvious. The bottom line is that it pays to test the display first, regardless of what manufacturer makes it.

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Contents of Article: Samsung 170MP
 Pg 1.  Samsung 170MP 17" TFT Display-TV Review
 Pg 2.  — The SyncMaster 170MP's Full Specs:
 Pg 3.  External Features
 Pg 4.  The wonders of a built-in TV-tuner
 Pg 5.  Is there a difference in pictures?
 Pg 6.  170MP Display Perspective Images
 Pg 7.  Show me the remote!
 Pg 8.  The Advanced On Screen Display
 Pg 9.  Display Evaluation Criteria
 Pg 10.  Evaluation Results & Conclusion

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