Samsung Launches Slim CRT TV in Middle East
Aug 30, 2005
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Samsung Electronics launched the first SlimFit CRT (cathode ray tube) television in the Middle East region. With the WS-32Z30HE, 32-inch CRT TV, Samsung has taken another step forward in technology advancement.

Ashraf Sajid, senior manager, Sales and Marketing Manager, Samsung Gulf Electronics said, "This HD (high-definition) ready TV is, aesthetically, similar to a LCD TV or Plasma TV that are capable of displaying at resolutions of 1080i images but is priced at less than half of a normal 32-inch LCD TV. It gives 150-mm space benefit with a depth size of 412 mm as compared to a Current Color TV which has a depth of 561mm."

The TV is a design revolution and breaks away the conventional type of color television design. The outer chassis is in dual tone of black and silver, with the inner bezel in black to enhance contrast. The slim side speakers are wisely designed for narrow, slim depth.

The TV also has the nano pigment technology. It offers more natural picture quality with a 100 percent color reproduction, better contrast at a ratio of 5000:1 to provide greater brightness without comprising on contrast for real-to-life like images and better brightness at 800 candela.

The TV has a horizontal viewing angle of more than 165 degrees to provide a picture-perfect entertainment experience from anywhere in the room and theater-quality surround sound experience guaranteed by SRS WOW 3D technology. WOW is a combination of SRS audio technologies that reportedly creates a sound experience with deep rich bass from mono or stereo sound sources. The result is an audio that sounds richer, fuller and wider. According to the company, WOW restores the spatial cues and ambient information that is lost during standard stereo playback. It includes TruBass, a patented bass enhancement technology that offers a dramatic improvement in bass tones that are often lost during compression or are unable to be delivered by small speakers. (AME Info)

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