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Jargon Explained

Picture/Display
x " Diagonal Screen Size (Inch)
The size of the screen which is measured diagonally across the face screen. Most glass tubed televisions will have a certain amount of the tube hidden behind the edge of the screen making the visable screen slightly smaller i.e a 36" television would actually be a 34" screen. LCD/Plasma technologies have no need to hide the screen behind the plastic for support so smaller screens will seem to give a larger picture.
x ANSI Lumens Brightness
ANSI (American National Standards Institute) Lumens - Standard for measuring light output or brightness
x cm Visible Diagonal Screen Size
The size of the screen which is measured diagonally across the face screen. Most glass tubed televisions will have a certain amount of the tube hidden behind the edge of the screen making the visable screen slightly smaller i.e a 36" television would actually be a 34" screen. LCD/Plasma technologies have no need to hide the screen behind the plastic for support so smaller screens will seem to give a larger picture.
Pure Flat Screen
Flatscreen improves picture definition and minimises screen reflection. From wherever you sit in the room the picture will not be distorted, unlike ordinary screens.
Digital Comb Filter
Clear separation of the combined colour and black and white signals, preventing smudging, vibrating edges and ensuring precise details
High Contrast
giving pure colour definition and depth of field to your tv picture.
Progressive Scan
A superior way of viewing video images compared with the traditional interlaced method. With interlacing, the two fields of each video frame(the odd and even horizontal lines) are shown one after another. With progressive scanning all of the horizontal lines of the frame are displayed in one go. The benefits are lack of 'flicker' and jagged edges typical of interlaced displays like CRT televisions and smoother horizontal resolution. A number of DVD players can output video progressively, although it is not offically available with NTSC material. The signal must be fed to a non-interlaced display such as a plasma screen or LCD or DLP projector. Certain televisions also feature progressive scan (or deinterlacing). Such sets analyse the video signal and insert extra scanning lines to increase the apparent resolution (compare with 100Hz scanning).
RF Loop Through
Allows the tv signal to be input and then distributed out again.
Real Flat Blackline Tube
Offers superior contrast with low reflection.
x Widescreen Modes
Different aspect ratios that allow you to view films as the director intended.
Lcos Reflective HD Rear Projector
A revolutionary new innovation that enables an extra large TV screen size still retaining a shallow depth.
Text Dual Screen
Shows a picture and text side by side from the same channel
NTSC, PAL, SECAM Compatible
NTSC is the colour system used for television in the USA and Japan Most modern television sets and displays in the UK can display NTSC 60Hz signals with no problems NTSC is known as 525 line, 60Hz interlaced system or 480i and displays pictures at 30fps (Frames per second) DVD's imported from the USA are NTSC and usually regionally coded to region code 1 (North America)
SVGA/XGA/SXGA Compatible
SVGA displays a resolution of 800 horizontal pixels and 600 vertical pixels, presenting an image composed from a total of 480,000 individual dots. SXGA displays a resolution using 1280 horizontal pixels and 1024 vertical pixels, presenting an image composed from a total of 1,310,720 individual dots
x % of Keystone Correction (Vertical)
This is the degree of vertical correction that can be made to a projected image. This function allows you to create a perpendicular image, when the picture appears to be vertically disorded.
x % of Keystone Correction (Horizontal)
This is the degree of horizontal correction that can be made to a projected image. This function allows you to create a perpendicular image, when the picture appears to be horizontally disorded.
1080p resolution
1080p is the shorthand name for a category of video modes. The number 1080 represents 1,080 lines of vertical resolution, while the letter p stands for progressive scan or non-interlaced. This is the highest resolution available at the moment and is classed as true High Definition.1920 x 1080 pixels (over 2-million pixels), brings with them the ability to watch 1080-line HD broadcasts with no scaling or compression. For those who want the very best in HD, that is over a million good reasons to chose a 1080 LCD TV.
1080i resolution
1080i is a shorthand name for a category of video modes. The number 1080 stands for 1080 lines of vertical resolution, while the letter i stands for interlaced or non-progressive scan. 1080i is considered to be an HDTV video mode.
720p resolution
720p is the shorthand name for a category of HDTV video modes. The number 720 stands for 720 lines of vertical display resolution, while the letter p stands for progressive scan or non-interlaced. When broadcast at 60 frames per second, 720p features the motion resolution possible under the ATSC (Advanced Television Systems Committee) standard. Progressive scanning reduces the need to prevent flicker by filtering out fine details, so sharpness is much closer to 1080i than the number of scan lines would suggest.
Manufacturers Technology Features
Pixel Plus™
By doubling the number of pixels on a line and increasing by 33% the numbers of lines, Pixel PLus enhances both broadcast signals and DVD or Digital TV input towards near HD resolution and natural details.
Digital Natural Motion
Award winning technology that generates the most stable screen images possible.
Full Active Control™
The TV automatically analyses the incoming signal and adjust the key picture parameters of: noise, sharpness, colour, contrast and format; giving the best possible picture at all times.
Pixel Plus II ™
Pixel Plus™ 2 is a digital picture processing feature that enhances still and moving pictures to increase the sharpness and the color reproduction, resulting in the best color details and brilliance possible.
CPC™ (Continuous Profile Cone)
Latest generation CPC™ (Continous Profile Cone) drivers featuring Mordaunt-Short's new variable V-Form™ technology enable exactly predictable driver performance by ensuring controlled piston-like movement at low frequencies and minimal break-up at higher frequencies. Lightweight, exremely rigid anodised cones are used for faithfull dynamics.
Crystal Clear™ (III)
A unique package of picture innovations including combfilter, scavem, and dynamic contrast adjusment giving natural colours, high contrast and high level of details.
Ambilight
The full colour Ambilight offers you relaxed viewing and a unique ambiance via a soft glow of light on the wall surrounding the TV. Research has proven that watching television with adapted ambient lighting will improve and relax TV viewing. The automatic adaptation of the Ambilight colours with the images on the screen will maximise the viewing experience. The light can also be switched to fixed colours and different shades of white. In standby mode the lights can be operated to any colour and create a unique ambiance in the room.
Picture Frame 3
Picture Frame is a revolution in television style, offering the ultimate balance between form and function, between sensational styling and powerful performance. The sleek silhouette of the totally flat screen framed by a slim silver surround makes it a masterpiece of contemporary design that will blend effortlessly into any decor, yet spring to dramatic life at the touch of a button. Sit back and enjoy the full theatrical treatment of six-channel Dolby Digital surround sound with the astonishing image clarity ensured by Toshiba's state-of-the-art Active Vision scanning technology.
DIGA
The Panasonic Diga range offers a DVD recorder to suit everyone’s needs and each model is equipped with features that are only possible with Panasonic technology. It’s never been simpler to create your own DVDs; record your favourite TV programmes and easily access or edit them; archive your home movies on a durable, high quality format; transfer your video, audio and data from DVD onto an SD card for pocket portability.
TrueVision™ De-Interlacing
This is an upgraded video processor that supplies a smoother and visually enhanced picture performance.
DLP™ Technology
Digital Light Processing™ is the world's only all-digital display solution and a key ingredient in the best digital projectors available today. DLP™ technology uses an optical semiconductor to recreate source material with a fidelity analog systems cannot match.
ARC™ (Active Room Control)
Because every room is different, we have delveloped a proprietary room matching system to deliver the very best low frequency performance. Quickly tune-out unwanted effects using the supplied Sound Pressure Level (SPL) meter and set-up CD. The SPL meter can also be used to accurately set-up channel levels across you Home Theatre system using the 'test tone' function on AV receivers.
Blu-Ray Player
Blu-ray, also known as Blu-ray Disc (BD), is the name of a next-generation optical disc format jointly developed by the Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA), a group of the world's leading consumer electronics, personal computer and media manufacturers (including Apple, Dell, Hitachi, HP, JVC, LG, Mitsubishi, Panasonic, Pioneer, Philips, Samsung, Sharp, Sony, TDK and Thomson). The format was developed to enable recording, rewriting and playback of high-definition video (HD), as well as storing large amounts of data. The format offers more than five times the storage capacity of traditional DVDs and can hold up to 25GB on a single-layer disc and 50GB on a dual-layer disc. This extra capacity combined with the use of advanced video and audio codecs will offer consumers an unprecedented HD experience.
HD DVD Player
HD-DVD (for High-Density Digital Versatile Disc) is a digital optical media format which is being developed as one standard for high-definition DVD. HD-DVD is similar to the competing Blu-ray Disc, which also uses the same CD sized (120 mm diameter) optical data storage media and 405 nm wavelength blue laser. HD-DVD is promoted by Toshiba, NEC, and Sanyo, and backed by four major film studios.
REGZA
REGZA is an impressive collection of LCD televisions bringing a new level of reality to the viewing experience. Featuring Toshiba's acclaimed Picture Frame LCD styling, the REGZA TVs have been specially created to display every tiny detail of the new High Definition standards and packed with image enhancing technology to make the pictures clearer, sharper and more realistic than ever before.
Active Vision
Active Vision Technology
Camcorder
x x Optical Zoom
Image magnification without the loss of optical quality.
x x Digital Zoom
Creates a zoomed in picture by physically moving two lenses. Creates a closer image without any loss of quality as occurs when electronically magnifying the image (Digital Zoom). Most modern digital camcorders have an optical zoom up to about 20x - digital zoom of up to 800 x then takes over.
x Pixel CCD
Amount of pixels that make up the image that is seen through the camecorder.
Optical Image Stabiliser
An image stabiliser is a device for steadying the picture and reducing camera shake when using a camcorder, especially on a high zoom level There are two types ; elctronic and optical image stabilisations - optical tends to be the better system, but being mechanically based, is more expensive.
Playback
DVD (Digital Versatile Disc)
Digital Versatile Disc. The most widely known DVD format is currently DVD-Video, the digital version of VHS, and designed for storing full-length movies on a single disc similar in size to a CD. DVD can give earth shaking digital surround sound playback that's unbelievable and has 540 lines of resolution, which makes a crisper, sharper image than VHS, which relies on around 240.
DVD+R/RW (Re-Recordable)
DVD+RW (DVD-ReWritable) is a re-recordable recording format for the storage of video and data, it can store 4.7GB (4.38GB in computing terms) A wide range existing DVD players can play correctly authored and recorded DVD+RW's (Depending on the make and manufacturer of media used) DVD-RW is not an official "DVD-Forum" it was developed by Philips mainly for the purposes of collecting licensing fee's It is a competing format of DVD-RW which offers better through through and developed futures such as the official DVD Video Recording format (VR Mode)
DVD-A (DVD Audio)
DVD-Audio is a high quality multi channel sound format based around the DVD format and designed in time to replace CD. DVD-Audio discs can have high quality multi channel sound with sampling frequencies up to 192kHz (Standard CD is just 44.1kHz) Most DVD audio discs can be played back in existing DVD players but cannot take advantage of the high quality uncompressed 24bit 192kHz sound quality unless they are "DVD-Audio" compliant. Playback on existing DVD players is in compressed "Dolby Digital" DVD-Audio is a rival format to SACD although many players can now play both formats eliminating the worry over which format will replace CD
DVD-R (Recordable)
DVD-R (DVD-Recordable) is a once only recording format for the storage of video and data, it can store 4.7GB (4.38GB in computing terms) Most existing DVD players can play correctly authored and recorded DVD-R's (Depending on the make and manufacturer of media used) Almost all new DVD players can play DVD-R discs making it the most compatible recording format on the market. DVD-R is an official "DVD-Forum" format and so can bear the familiar DVD logo.DVD-RW (DVD-ReWritable) is a re-recordable recording format for the storage of video and data, it can store 4.7GB (4.38GB in computing terms) A wide range existing DVD players can play correctly authored and recorded DVD-RW's (Depending on the make and manufacturer of media used) Almost all new DVD players can play DVD-RW. DVD-RW is an official "DVD-Forum" format and so can bear the familiar DVD logo. On home DVD recorders there are two recording modes for DVD-RW: "Video Mode" allows for linear non editable recording that is compatible with most existing DVD players "VR Mode" That allows for a full range of none linear editing options, similar to minidisc but only playable on the recorder itself or machines that show the RW-Compatible logo below.
DVD RAM (Re-Recordable)
DVD-RAM is a re-recordable recording format for the storage of video and data, it can store 4.7GB (4.38GB in computing terms) Most existing DVD players cannot play DVD-RAM Discs DVD-RAM is an official "DVD-Forum" format and so can bear the familiar DVD logo. DVD-RAM allows for a full range of none linear editing options, similar to minidisc but only playable on the recorder itself or machines that are specified as being able to play DVD-RAM discs DVD-RAM discs can also have a protective caddy to prevent damage and also feature sophisticated error and defect management making it the most robust of the re-recordable DVD formats.
MP3 (MPEG-3)
MP3 is a popular audio compression format used by millions of people worldwide for sharing and storing music on their home computers. MP3 files use different compression rates, but the more they are compressed, the worse the sound quality. MP3 compression at 128kbps is at a 10:1 ratio of the original CD file, and works out at approx 3-4 MB for a 3 minute track. WMA is a higher quality (bitrate for bitrate) format than MP3 So if you were to take the same song and encode it on MP3 and WMA at the same bitrate, then the WMA file should sound better.
VCD (Video CD)
Video Compact Disc Compatable
CD-R (Recordable)
Recordable CD offers Digital quality in a format that's probably already in your home CD. When recording onto Recordable CDs there is no loss of sound as it exactly reproduces the sound and as with normal CDs there is no deterioration in sound quality over time. Recordable Compact Disc also allows up to 650Mb of data to be stored very cheaply on a Compact Disc. Data is written to the CDR using a special CD Writer, but once written, is permanently burned into the CD. If you need to be able to record, erase and re-record data, please see CDRW.
CD-RW (Re-Recordable)
Allows you to playback audio discs that you have recorded yourself.
SVCD (Super Video CD)
Super Video Compact Disc Compatable
CD (Compact Disc)
Compact Audio Disc
HDCD (High Definition CD)
High Definition Compatible Digital Increase dynamic range and decreases distortion of audio from compatible discs, for a more accurate rendition of the orginal soundtrack.
MP4 (MPEG-4)
MPEG-4 Compatible like MPEG-3, MPEG-4 gives good quality sound and images but uses far less space than most other formats.
Super Audio CD
Sony and Philips, the inventors of CD have invented SACD to replace it It uses a technology called Direct Stream Digital (DSD) encoding. The frequency response delivered by DSD is almost five times greater than that delivered by normal CD. And with a dynamic range of 120dB compared to 96dB on CD the differences are clear to hear. Discs can be multichannel encoded with up to 5.1 channels of information or just normal stereo and some (hybrid) discs are compatible with exciting CD players by using two layers (One for the SACD and one for normal CD) Most SACD discs are only compatible with SACD players SACD is a rival format to DVD-Audio although many players can now play formats both eliminating the worry over which format will replace CD.
WMA (Windows Media Audio)
Windows Media Audio (WMA) is a proprietary compressed audio file format developed by Microsoft.
JPEG (JPEG/Image CD)
A graphics file compression system. Can display up to 16 million colours and has a .jpeg or a .jpg extension. Widely used on the internet, computing and in digital stills cameras This format uses lossy compression, which means that some parts of the file are lost so that the files take up less space.
DivX® Video Compatible
DivX® is the brand name of the world's most popular video compression technology. At its core, DivX is a codec (short for compression/decompression) - a piece of software that compresses video from virtually any source down to a size that is transportable over the Internet without reducing the original video's visual quality. With DivX® video technology, you can compress a VHS tape down to one-hundredth of its original size or a DVD to one-tenth of its size. DivX video compression is so efficient you can fit the entire contents of a DVD on a regular data CD with no perceivable loss in quality. Now you can take any digital video content, from home movies to your personal DVD collection1 and save it on CDs to share with friends or store it on your computer's hard drive without spending huge amounts on extra storage. Traditionally, video on the Internet was grainy, low resolution and postage stamp-sized. Today all that is changing. Since the introduction of DivX® video technology five years ago, video content providers finally have a real solution to deliver their creations to the world without sacrificing visual quality or shelling out major cash for extra bandwidth. Millions of people worldwide are already using their standard high speed connections to download feature-length movies from the Internet in less than the time it takes to watch them. And DivX video technology powers a secure video-on-demand system that already boasts over 15,000 video titles from our content partners.
Multiregion 1 & 2 Notice
This machine has been upgraded to play Region 1 USA/Canada & Region 2 UK/Europe Films. Any other regions may not play on this machine.
Mini DV
Mini digital tape. Format for use with Mini DV camcorders.
Progressive Video Output PAL/NTSC
Progressive Scan or "de-interlaced" describes the scanning progress used on products that feature it. Progressive Scan DVD requires a high scanning frequency display device such as a plasma screen or projector. An interlaced picture is divided into two halves with each of the alternate lines used to create a "field" It has to be split in to two on an interlace none progressive display because it can only show half the picture at each pass of the electron gun, this is an "interlaced" picture. In next pass of the gun, it will draw the alternate line and repeat the scan 50 or 60 times per second depending if it's NTSC or PAL This produces visible dark scanning lines "interlaced" between the brighter lines Progressive scan shows both fields in one pass, so providing a smoother and more accurate picture. Progressive Scan requires special connections such as HDMI or Component Etc... A standard signal is defined as 480i (576i for PAL) or 480p (576p For PAL) if it's de-interlaced progressive scan Progressive Scan DVD players can also carry out 3:2 Pull down reconstruction
WAV (windows waveform audio)
A digitized sound file format for Microsoft Windows, which has ".wav" as the file name extension
FLAC
FLAC stands for Free Lossless Audio Codec. FLAC is a popular audio compression codec that is lossless. Unlike lossy codecs such as MP3 and AAC, it does not remove any information from the audio stream and is suitable both for everyday playback and for archiving audio collections. The FLAC format is currently well supported by many software and hardware audio products.
OGG
Ogg is a patent-free, fully open multimedia bitstream container format designed for efficient streaming and file compression (storage).
ASF
Advanced Streaming Format (formerly Active Streaming Format). A Microsoft file and data stream format for multimedia data including audio, video, still images, and other data types. Also referred to as Windows Media format
PNG (Portable Network Graphics)
(Portable Network Graphics) PNG is a graphics format specifically designed for use on the World Wide Web. PNG enable compression of images without any loss of quality, including high-resolution images.
XviD
XviD is an open source MPEG-4 video codec. Originally based on OpenDivX, XviD was started by a group of volunteer programmers after the OpenDivX source was closed.
BMP (Bitmap)
The standard graphics file format on Windows-compatible computers. Bitmap graphics support 24-bit color and can be saved for Windows or OS/2 systems. FrontPage can import BMP files. This file format cannot be used on a Web page.
Recording
DVD Ram 12cm 4.7GB/9.4GB
This machine can use DVD Ram 12cm 4.7GB or 9.4GB discs for recording.
DVD-R 12cm 4.7GB
This machine can use DVD-R 12cm 4.7GB discs for recording.
Panasonic Recording Notice
*1 - This unit can play back Panasonic DVD-R discs recorded with a Panasonic DVD video recorder. It may not be able to be played back depending on the DVD-R disc and the recording condition. *2 - It may not be able to play some CD-R or CD-RW due to the condition of the recording. *3 - DVD-R discs recorded on the Panasonic DVD video recorder may not be able to play on some DVD players, depending on the player, the DVD-R disc and recording condition. *4 - DMR-E65 and DMR-E100H are compatible with SD Memory Card, MultiMediaCard, Compact Flash, Smart Media, Memory Stick, ATA Flash PC Card. A PC Card adaptor conforming to PC Card standards is necessary. This unit is compatible with DCF based, still picture (JPEG) files recorded using a digital camera. This unit is not compatible with sound, moving pictures or still pictures not in accordance with DCF standards (i.e MOTION JPEG etc.), or with types of still pictures other than JPEG/TIFF. When saving still pictures on HDD, it is recommended that you copy them to the PC card or DVD-RAM also. 5* - For contents recorded for your personal use only. GB means one billion bytes in referring to Hard Disk capacity. Accessible capacity may vary.
Schedule Recording Via Phone
Scheduling recording directly from your PC, your mobile phone or your PDA.
Convenience
Digital TV Ready
INTERGREATED DIGITAL TV
Freeview
FREEVIEW is simple to set up, easy to use and great value. Just check your postcode is in a FREEVIEW coverage area. You'll need a small box which you can get from around £60 at your local electrical retailer. Connect your box to your existing TV and aerial, switch on and enjoy more quality TV choice. Alternatively, If you're thinking of buying a new TV, you can now get a Digital TV from brands liks Philips, Panasonic, Sharp, Sony and Toshiba with a box already built-in. With everything integrated into one TV there's less wiring and only one remote and you can enjoy the full benefits of widescreen programmes. Ask your retailer about Digital TVs and other integrated products.
Auto Setup
Automatically tunes in all channels in the correct order on TVs and video recorders (BBC1 on Channel 1 etc) and on a VCR suggests solutions to common problems, such as "check aerial connected"
Parental Lock/Parental Control
Prevents use of equipment without correct PIN input.
Teletext
Use the coloured buttons on your remote control for easy instant access to Teletext pages.
x Page Teletext Memory
Page Text Memory. Enables you to store your favourite pages.
On/Off Timer
Set the TV to switch itself on/off at a desired time,perhaps to use as an alarm clock.
Plug & Play
automatically sets up the equipment for you in terms of tunning tv stations and clock.
On Screen Display
On Screen Display - graphic displays which appear on the TV scrren to guide through the various settings and controls.
FREEVIEW Digital Video Broadcasting
FREEVIEW Digital Channels are subject to broadcast reception. An aerial upgrade may be required. For upto date channel information and availability logon to www.freetoview.co.uk
Modem
Internal modem for connection to an operational phone line. Internet/Fax use.
NTSC Playback
The ability to play VCR tapes from the US.
Jog Shuttle
Used on VCR`s and occasionally DVD`s. The jog dial gives frame-by-frame advance while the shuttle allows variable speed picture search in both Fast Forward and Rewind modes.
Freeview Compatibility Notice
Most UK homes are in a FREEVIEW coverage area. However we suggest that you use the Freeview website to confirm that your postcode is able to receive broadcasts. If you are in coverage you should be able to receive FREEVIEW with your existing rooftop or loft aerial, provided they are in good condition. However, you may still experience poor quality digital reception and therefore need to get your aerial installation checked. In some parts of the country FREEVIEW signals use a different frequency or transmitter from your existing analogue service and therefore we recommend you fit a “wideband” type of aerial. If an upgrade is required you can contact your local Confederation of Aerial Industries (CAI) aerial fitter for advice, see the Yellow pages for details. The postcode check is available at http://www.freeview.co.uk/canireceivefreeview/index.html
Easy text
Teletext memory that automatically memorises Teletext pages and gives you instant access to them.
Sleep Timer
Automatically shuts down after a preset period
Time Slip Function
Time Slip Button: Press this once during a recording and you can see what you recorded 30 seconds ago - while still watching what you’re recording now! Our advanced picture-in-picture mode lets you view two pictures at the same time. Want to see what was recorded more than 60 seconds ago? Use the cursor keys to return to any previous point in the programme and see it in the main picture as you continue watching the ’live’ recording on the sub screen.
PDC/VPS
To make sure you don't miss the end of programmes that may run late (a live football match, for example), you can take advantage of the PDC/VPS system for up to 8 of your timer recordings. All you have to do is to input the correct announced time and date of the programme you want to record.
Online Electronic Program Guide
Check all the latest TV programs directly on your TV screen and set them to record.
Sound & Power Output
Nicam Digital Stereo
NICAM is the digital stereo sound system used in the United Kingdom for normal terrestrial analogue broadcasts developed by the BBC. NICAM is a data compression system for encoding and decoding sound at speed (So as to avoid lip-sync) It works at a 32kHz Sampling frequency and so has a reduced audible frequency range (15Khz) compared to other digital formats such as CD or MPEG audio although it is less compressed at it is transmitted at a bitrate of 704Kbps
Mono
Mono Sound from a single front or side mounted speaker.
Dolby™ Pro-Logic
The most widely used Home Entertainment process. Produces a surrounding sound field with Dolby Surround or Dolby Stereo encoded software. This includes practically all major films from the late seventies and onwards available on VHS videotape, LaserDisc, DVD or from stereo TV. It has 4 perceivable channels of sound all derived from a stereo sound track, (Left Front, Centre, Front Right and Rear Surround) This is achieved by redirecting out of phase information (Normally deliberately encoded in to the stereo tracks) to the rear speakers. Information going to the centre channel (Pro-Logic) processes and mixes all information that is lacking in any stereo content Dolby Pro Logic 2 is the updated version of Pro-Logic that gives stereo surround speaker channels .
Dolby™ Digital 5.1
Dolby Digital produces 5 discrete (perfectly separated) sound channels and a dedicated LFE (Low Frequency Effects) subwoofer channel. For this reason it is known as a 5.1 channel system (the .1 indicating the subwoofer channel that has limited frequency for just the low audio frequencies) Dolby Digital has all the benefits of an all digital system in terms of clear sound without distortion and noise. Compared to Dolby Pro Logic, the sonic improvement almost corresponds to stepping up from cassette tape to CD Dolby Digital is used in a variety of video/audio formats world wide including. DVD, Laserdisc, Computer Games, Radio and TV broadcasting. Dolby Digital was originally known as AC-3, this is still the name of the encoding used.
DTS™ 5.1
DTS produces 5 discrete (perfectly separated) sound channels and a dedicated LFE (Low Frequency Effects) subwoofer channel. For this reason it is known as a 5.1 channel system (the .1 indicating the subwoofer channel that has limited frequency for just the low audio frequencies) DTS has all the benefits of an all digital system in terms of clear sound without distortion and noise. DTS is used in a variety of video/audio formats world wide including. DVD, Laserdisc, Computer Games, Radio and TV broadcasting. DTS boasts a higher bitrate than its competing format Dolby Digital and therefore can provide higher sound quality (Due to there being less compression)
Dolby™ Digital EX
Dolby Digital EX adds a centre-surround channel to the existing 5.1 set-up.. Dolby Digital EX is the mixing of mono content from the two stereo rear speakers into the rear surround channel in a similar way to DTS-ES Matrixed However it is not discrete so not a true 6.1 system like DTS-ES Discrete
Dolby™ Pro-Logic 2
Pro Logic II decoding reproduces 5.1-channel surround sound from any 2-channel sources: DVD, VHS, television broadcasts, radio, and CDs. Dolby Pro Logic II uses matrix decoding technology that has been dramatically improved over ordinary Pro Logic. With Pro Logic II, for instance, the Surround (Rear) channels are in stereo (only mono with Pro Logic) and playback covers the full frequency range (only up to 7 kHz with Pro Logic). These improvements let you enjoy a wide variety of 2-channel sources with the exciting effects of 5.1- channel surround sound. It's not as good as discrete (Separate independent channel) formats like Dolby Digital and DTS, but it's more involving than ordinary stereo and a much better home cinema experience than Dolby Pro Logic
DTS™ ES Matrix 6.1
A new 6.1 channel surround sound format. The extra channel is intended to drive one or more 'back surround' or centre rear speakers located between the left and right ones. The sixth channel will be 'ignored' by the regular 5.1 DTS decoders, hence the need fir DTS ES Matrix 6.1 This Format like Dolby Digital EX encodes the back surround channel via an analogue matrix, and delivers it via the rear channels.
Bass Boost
increases the low level frequencies to give deep,rich bass.
RDS (Radio Data System)
Data piggybacked on analogue FM radio allowing RDS tuners to display the names of stations. Used in most car stereos the feature is also useful in the home to let you know which station you are listening to
DTS™ ES
DTS Extended Surround adds a centre-surround channel to the existing 5.1- channel set-up. DTS-ES brings these soundtracks into the home in DTS quality and is the only home format that can deliver all 6.1-channels discretely. All sounds will be heard, whether played back as discrete, matrix or on a 5.1 system. It is is compatible with all DVD-Video players and is accessible through the digital output. The DTS coding system has a “core + extension” structure. The “core” represents the DTS data as has been known since the first home decoders. The “extension” can carry data for future applications or enhancements of any sort. All DTS decoders recognize and use the core data. Basic decoders ignore the extension data, while advanced decoders can make use of it. The extension for DTS-ES Discrete carries the additional 6th channel and is totally independent of the other channels. DTS-ES Matrixed is the mixing of mono content from the two stereo rear speakers into the rear surround channel in a similar way to Dolby Digital EX
DTS™ ES Discrete 6.1
A new 6.1 channel surround sound format. The extra channel is intended to drive one or more 'back surround' or centre rear speakers located between the left and right ones. The sixth channel with be 'ignored' by the regular 5.1 DTS decoders, hence the need fir DTS ES Matrix 6.1 This Format like Dolby Digital EX encodes the back surround channel via an analogue matrix, and delivers it via the rear channels.
DTS™ Neo 6 Cinema
DTS Neo:6 is an advanced matrix decoder. It will take any two-channel source and expand it into five or six channels, depending on the equipment used and speakers connected. Two-channel sources include VHS tapes, broadcast television, stereo CDs and DVDs. DTS Neo:6 provides separate, optimized modes for stereo music materials and matrix surround motion picture soundtracks. DTS Neo:6 also decodes a centre-surround channel from DTS-ES Extended Surround matrix soundtracks. DTS Neo:6 works along the same lines as the rival decoding technology Dolby Pro-Logic 2
DTS™ Neo 6 Music
DTS Neo:6 is an advanced matrix decoder. It will take any two-channel source and expand it into five or six channels, depending on the equipment used and speakers connected. Two-channel sources include VHS tapes, broadcast television, stereo CDs and DVDs. DTS Neo:6 provides separate, optimized modes for stereo music materials and matrix surround motion picture soundtracks. DTS Neo:6 also decodes a centre-surround channel from DTS-ES Extended Surround matrix soundtracks. DTS Neo:6 works along the same lines as the rival decoding technology Dolby Pro-Logic 2
THX™
Set of minimum technical standards established to improve the reproduction of movie soundtracks in theaters and homes.
THX™ Ultra
Lucasfilm THX Ultra Certified
Virtual Dolby™ Surround
Dolby Virtual Speaker technology is a proprietary process that makes it possible to enjoy natural, realistic surround sound using just two stereo speakers. It transforms such activities as TV watching, movie viewing, and music listening into a thrilling surround sound experience without the added expense and complexity of a traditional surround system
Midnight Listening Mode
If others are sleeping or studying, trying to enjoy a program quietly shouldn't compromise such sound qualities as surround effects or dialogue clarity. Midnight Listening Mode is the solution. It adjusts subwoofer, rear and centre speaker levels, while enhancing delay and compressing dynamic range, for greater enjoyment of cinema-like sound at low volume.
Incredible Surround Sound
Produces surround sound effects from a TV's two front speakers
YPAO System
YPAO system analyzes the acoustics of the room and adjusts various speaker parameters to provide the optimum sound at the listening position.
x W (RMS) Output Power
Root Mean Square - commonly used when measuring the power output of a hifi system, the RMS figure is quoted by most manufacturers to give a more realistic indication of the system`s power output than the peak power output.
Speaker Specification
x Woofer Cone
Woofer cone is the main driver unit
x Tweeter Cone
Size of Tweeter Cone
x Frequency Response
Range in which the speaker performs correctly.
x Ohms Impedance
Speakers and amplifiers normally have a rated impedance. (Most speakers are around 6-8 Ohms) The lower impedance the more current is used from the amplifier making it more troublesome for an amplifier that is not designed to cope with a lower impedance to drive. A higher impedance is easier for the amplifier to drive and so is less of a worry. Some amplifiers have an impedance selector switch to match the speakers better Ohms: A measurement of resistance. Speakers use ohms to measure their impedance The lower impedance (or amount in ohms) the harder the speakers are to drive.
x Enclosure
Type of speaker
x Amplifier Power Required (RMS)
RMS is normally used in hi-fi terms to describe the rated power output and is normally given with an impedance rating in ohms of the load put on to the amp when testing. RMS is an average of all the frequencies (normally 20-20kHz) being put through an amplifier and giving its maximum recommended output level. Because it's an average (Usually 20-20-000hz) it gives the best possible idea of what the rating is likely to be in the real world. (After all music contains a wide variety of frequency ranges, from low frequency drums to high frequency symbols) Other ratings used by manufacturers are PMPO and DIN, RMS is always the preferred rating (Though often looks lower)
Magnetically Shielded
Magnetic shielding means units can be placed close to TVs without interference. This is partiularly important for the centre speaker.
Connections
x x HDMI Connection/s
HDMI has emerged as the digital standard for connecting HD devices, displays and components, and provides for the pristine transmission of high-definition digital video and digital audio via a single cable. Both based on Silicon Image's high-speed digital TMDS® technology, HDMI is fully compatible with DVI (Digital Visual Interface)-based devices. Further, HDMI is the first and only digital interface for Consumer Electronics devices that can carry: Uncompressed high-definition video Compressed or uncompressed multi-channel audio Intelligent format & command data Customer Benefits of HDMI 100% Digital No Compression, no conversion Pure digital picture and sound direct from the source (as it was meant to be seen and heard) Video and Audio signal remains digital from output device to display device Best quality sound and picture Bandwidth to spare for HDTV 1080p capable and beyond Over two times 1080i bandwidth Includes YUV color space support Only one cable required All HD video and audio in one cable Replaces up to 8 audio and 5 video cables Reduced Wiring Complexity Automatic Format Intelligence* TV & AV Receivers can adjust without consumer intervention Video source receives the display's supported video formats, and outputs the optimal audio & video format Display regularly receives video format & aspect ratio from sources Consumer Electronics Control* Entire home theater controlled from a single remote Enables high-level functions such as "one-touch play"
x x S-Video Connection/s
Term used to describe systems that output or transmit separate "Y" Luma (Black & White) From "C" Chroma (colour) signals The SCART connection which is used in Europe can carry an S-video signal, although most people associate it with the 4-pin DIN (pictured above) connection that became popular in the 80's on S-VHS video recorders and camcorders. S-Video is a huge improvement from composite As to whether RGB or S-Video is better in the average set-up depends on the users equipment (Some TV's don't work all that well with RGB) Convenience also plays as factor as not many AV amps/receiver on the market have SCART switching, but most have S-Video switching (Can be an issue if you have a lot of video sources to wire up to a TV with just 2 or 3 SCARTS)
x x Sony Memory Stick Slot/s
A small disc that stores your music files once downloaded - like a PCs floppy disc.
x x DV-IN Connection/s
With this you can copy your digital videos from another source.
x x Optical Terminal Connection/s
A widely used connection for passing digital audio from one component to another. The digital information is converted in to light and the transmitted along a fibre optic cable Optical digital can carry Dolby Digital, PCM and DTS Audio formats amongst others. On most home equipment a "Toslink" interface is used as pictured above, but some, such as portable devices also use a 3.5mm jack
x x Euro Scart Connection/s
Widely used in Europe the 21-pin SCART connector has been around since the late 80's It can carry Composite, S-Video or RGB video signals as well as stereo audio. It also has pins reserved for data switching which are today used for such as auto 16:9 Widescreen switching and smart systems for control video recording devices.
x x Co-axial Digital Connection/s
A widely used connection for passing digital audio from one component to another. The digital information is passed down a coaxial electrical cable normally at 75Ohms Coaxial digital can carry Dolby Digital, PCM and DTS Audio formats amongst others. On most home equipment a RCA phono plug/socket connection is used as pictured above
x x Audio Analog Phono Connection/s
Line level is the signal level outputted by virtually all domestic audio equipment, usual around 2V it's analogue and so can degrade over distance. Usually a line level signal is connected between equipment using RCA phono connections with white and red (White for left, Red for White) connectors for a stereo signal, the sockets are pictured above Any equipment you see with these connections is usually outputting or inputting a line level signal, except turntables which output at phono level
x x Composite Video Connection/s
Term used to describe systems that output all colour, sync and black levels down one cable. Avoid using this type of signal at all costs. The SCART connection which is used in Europe can carry a composite signal or a single phono lead (pictured above) Component, S-Video & RGB are a huge improvements over composite
x x SD/Multimedia Card Slot/s
SD - The Heart of Panasonic’s Creative Network Large capacity and fast access, combined with a compact and slim profile, makes the SD Memory Card very appealing for a wide range of products and applications. Add in the SD Memory Card's advanced copyright protection, and you’ll see that the SD Memory Card’s technology is defining a road map for the digital networking world. Digital technology is catalyzing a revolution in our information environment, bringing an incredible convergence of broadcasting and telecommunications. To meet the demands of our more digitally networked society we need a new storage media. A convenient and portable bridge media that links different digital products offline, and permits access by anyone, anywhere, anytime. The SD Memory Card opens up a whole new world for linking products. The versatility of the SD Memory Card means that you can use the same card in a number of devices, from your LUMIX digital still camera, DVD recorder, digital camcorder, IC recorder to a car stereo. All of these can be networked to any computer with an adapter or card reader, making for easy file transfer, archiving and comprehensive PC based editing. The SD Memory Card is revolutionizing the way people use audio, video, communications, and information devices and appliances. What makes the SD Memory Card a great choice?
x x External Speaker Connection/s
speaker connections.
Bluetooth Enabled
Bluetooth is the latest in low power radio technology to connect two electronic devices, without the need for cables. This can be achieved up to 10 metres apart without the need for those devices to be in line of sight, as they would have to be with infra-red.
x x USB 1.1 Connection/s
USB is a form of HOT PLUG AND PLAY, the system allows you to add or remove peripherals via the USB socket/s, without the need to turn off or restart your PC or device.
x x RS232 Connection/s
pc connection port for connecting equipment to your pc.
x x DV-IN/OUT Connection/s
A commonly used interface for connection of computer, video and audio devices, but with 4 different names! Originally used in the consumer market for connecting DV cameras to other devices, like digital video recorders and computers IEEE1394 has now taken on many roles. i.link Advanced Resolution Digital Audio Interface is the new industry standard interface for the secure digital transmission of high-resolution audio from DVD-Audio and SACD sources to devices such as home cinema amplifiers
x x i-Link Terminals
A commonly used interface for connection of computer, video and audio devices, but with 4 different names!!! Originally used in the consumer market for connecting DV cameras to other devices, like digital video recorders and computers IEEE1394 has now taken on many roles. i.link Advanced Resolution Digital Audio Interface is the new industry standard interface for the secure digital transmission of high-resolution audio from DVD-Audio and SACD sources to devices such as home cinema amplifiers
x x Headphone Socket
Allows connection of headphones via 3.5/6.5mm socket.
x x Standard Scart Connection/s
Widely used in Europe the 21-pin SCART connector has been around since the late 80's It can carry Composite, S-Video or RGB video signals as well as stereo audio. It also has pins reserved for data switching which are today used for such as auto 16:9 Widescreen switching and smart systems for control video recording devices.
x x DVI Connection/s
DVI stands for (D)igital (V)ideo (I)nterface. DVI is a new form of video interface technology made to maximize the quality of flat panel LCD monitors and high- end video graphics cards. It is a replacement for the P&D Plug & Display standard, and a step up from the digital-only DFP format for older flat panels. DVI is becoming increasingly popular with video card manufacturers, and most cards purchased include both a VGA and a DVI output port. In addition to being used as the new computer interface, DVI is also coming out as the digital transfer method of choice for HDTV, EDTV, Plasma Display, and other ultra-high-end video displays for TV, movies, and DVDs. Likewise, even a few of the top-end DVD players are now featuring DVI outputs in addition to the high-quality analog Component Video. Don't expect to throw away all your old video cables just yet, but keep an eye out for DVI availability in the future.
x x Video/AUX Input
This terminals allows the user to connect the system to an alternative audio/visual system such as a TV or Home Cinema.
x X CI Slot
The number of Common Interface (CI) slots that can be used for 'Top-Up TV'.
Accessories Supplied
Remote Control
Enables you to operate your equipment from a remote handset
Integrated Tuner Box
A tuner is integrated for all connections to the unit.
Seperate Tuner Box
The tuner box for all connections to the unit is separate from the unit.
Home Communication
x Hours Standby
Amount of time the euipment can remain in a standby mode.
x Ringer Pattern
Can change the ringing tone with numerous choices.
Caller ID Compatible
Lets you see who is calling you. gives you the option to assign melodies to that caller.
x Number Speed Dial
Speed dial system allows fast dialing at the touch of a button.
Digital Speaker Phone
Allows hands free operation via microphone and built-in speaker.
Audible Caller ID
You can identify who is calling by the melody that is playing.
SMS
Allows you to send and receive text messages with the Philips Eatoni-text editor.
x Document Memory
Number of documents that can be stored for future use.
Automatic Document Feeder
automatically feeds the fax/printer with the required paper size.
x Paper Capacity
Amount of sheets of paper that can be held at any one time.
x dpi Resolution
Number of Dots Per sq Inch.
Eco Mode
Turns off clock display when video recorder is on standby mode to reduce power comsumption
Long Play
Using compression the video player is able to extend the length of the recording/ playing time beyond that of standard recording/ playing time of the tape cassette.
VCR
Hifi VHS
standard recording format on video tape using NICAM stereo for the audio.
Super VHS ET
Lets you record Super VHS signals on the more widely available VHS tapes.
SVHS
Super VHS is a higher quality video cassette format giving better picture resolution than a standard VHS tape.
Time Base Corrector
When copying from VHS to VHS it eliminates a lot of the sync jitter,thus improving the quality of recording.
TV Link
Automatically copies a TVs channel preset data to the vcr.
Auto 16:9
Automatically switches to the widescreen format when viewed through a digital set top box.
High Speed Rewind
Amount of time taken to rewind a standard E180 video tape. Usually about 60seconds.
Videoplus
A fast and easy way of setting up the video to record a TV programme. Simply type in the number next to the programme in the TV guide and the rest is done for you. Video Plus deluxe brings together VideoPlus and Satellite control - allows for easy Video Plus recording of satellite channels once initial set-up has been completed.
Programme Delivery Control
Guarantees that you get the full recording even if the programme is delayed.
MiniDV Player
compact playback machine for DV. Saves wear and tear on the recording machine.
Flying Erase Head
Gives clean and noiseless editing from vcr-vcr.
x Lines of Horizontal Resolution
The number of lines horizontally which make up the picture. The more lines, the sharper and clearer the image.
High Quality Digital PCM
Form of digital audio transfer.
Digital still picture terminal
Terminal that allows you to download pictures to your PC.
One touch editing
Synchronised playback and record whilst editing from one touch of the button.
x x Head Nicam Hi Fi Stereo
The is the number of rollers that are used to read the VHS tape.
Digital Still
Motion JPEG
Alllowing variable compression so you can trade off quality against image size to your video.
Built In Speaker
Internal Speaker
x Megapixel
Number of megapixels for still shots. One Megapixel is literally a million dots from which a digital photo is made up.
x x Optical Zoom
Image magnification without the loss of optical quality.
x X Digital Zoom
Creates a zoomed in picture by physically moving two lenses. Creates a closer image without any loss of quality as occurs when electronically magnifying the image (Digital Zoom). Most modern digital camcorders have an optical zoom up to about 20x - digital zoom of up to 800 x then takes over.
x " LCD Monitor
Liquid Crystal Display Monitor. A miniature full colour screen.
x Mb SD Card Inc
Amount of memory on the media card that determines how much data can be stored.
x Mb Memory Stick Inc
Sony`s storage systems that uses a plug-in cartridge in order to save data to a portable storage device.
Software Supplied
supplied software for use with the camera, it can be editing or photography software.
Built In Flash
A built-in flash enables you to use the camera in varying light conditions. Many flashes also reduce the &
DV-OUT
Digital Video Output allowing transfer of images to PC.
Manual Focus
This is often provided on cameras and camcorders to allow the user to overide the camera`s auto focus system.
8cm DVD RAM/DVD-R
Utilises 8cm DVD RAM/DVD-R Media
STAMINA NiMH Batteries Included
Extra long battery life through the unique energy saving STAMINA technology.
JPEG Viewing
A graphics file compression system. Can display up to 16 million colours and has a .jpeg or a .jpg extension. Widely used on the internet, computing and in digital stills cameras This format uses lossy compression, which means that some parts of the file are lost so that the files take up less space.
Projector
x h Lamp Life
This is the expected life of the lamp (in Hours), stated by the manufacturer. *PLEASE NOTE: Actual lamp life may vary based on ambient environment.
Manual Focus
Allows the user to overide the cameras auto focus facility for greater convenience.
x m (Projection Distance)
This is the recommended range for maximum performance and quality.
Front Projection
This means that the projector can be used to display a picture from a position infront of the screen.
Rear Projection
This means that the projector can reverse its lens to display a picture from a position behind the screen.
Ceiling Projection
This means that the projector has the capabilities to be mounted onto the ceiling to display a picture onto a screen below.
Power,Weight & Dimensions
x Mains Power
Wattage / Watts refers to an amount of electrical power. The higher the wattage, the more power a product consumes.
Furniture
Toughened Safety Glass
Toughened safety glass.
Speaker Stands
Stands for speakers.
Hifi Stand
furniture for hi-fi system.
OPTIMUM.Various Options Available.
These units can be customised to suite your needs. Various finishes are available for the shelf spacers, such as Polished Chrome, Polished Gold, Satin Gold, Light Ash, Cherry and Satin Black. We can also provide various shelf spacing options to order. If you would like to take advantage of these and other options, please contact our sales department on 01204-414101
Batteries
x mAh Capacity
This is the milliamperehours of the battery, stated by the manufacturer
x Battery Life
The approximate life of the battery, stated by the manufacturer.
x (Parts No)
This is the parts number for the battery, stated by the manufacturer.
Digital/Analogue Players & Recorders
Windows ME/XP Compatible
The software provided is compatible with the following versions of Windows. Any version not listed may not function with the device attached.
MDLP
MDLP allows for up to 320 minutes of stereo recording on an 80 minute disc. There are two modes for recording LP2: 160 Minutes LP4: 360 Minutes Tracks recorded on MDLP compatible machines will playback on non-MDLP equipment as silence MDLP uses the ATRAC3 compression technology
ATRAC
ATRAC is an audio compression format by Sony and used in the minidisc format It works by throwing away the sound your ears can't hear, therefore reducing the amount of data needed to be stored.
x Gb HardDisc
Mass Storage device. Allows recording and playback direct from the machine
ATRAC 3 & ATRAC 3+
ATRAC3 is an audio compression format by Sony. Bitrate vs bitrate it offers better sound quality than MP3 as it uses more modern compression technology. ATRAC3+ files are even more efficiently compressed offer high quality music at 44 kHz but at half the file size of equivalent-sounding MP3 files. To use ATRAC3 encoding you will need Sony's supporting software (supplied usually with compatible CD Players, Memory Stick devices etc.... ATRAC3 is also part of the recording format for MDLP (MiniDisc Long-Play)
DAB, Wide variety and choice of stations
Up to twice as many stations are available in many areas as via FM. UK national radio services broadcast digitally include BBC Radios 1-4, BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra, Classic FM, talkSPORT and Virgin Radio. In some areas as many as 55 digital radio stations are available including local stations such as Heart 106.2, Jazz FM, Capital Radio and unique-to-digital stations such as BBC 6 Music, BBC 1Xtra, BBC 7, BBC Asian Network, Oneword and Planet Rock.
DAB One touch autotune
The easy-to-use one touch autotune facility makes it a breeze to lock-on to all available DAB stations, automatically selecting the strongest regional transmitter. Gone are the days of tuning your radio by frequency, with EVOKE-1 you can now choose stations by name and list them either alphabetically or by favourite/most listened to.
DAB Broadcast information system
offers a host of great features not available in traditional AM/FM radios, such as advanced user selectable station ordering, a scrolling digital text display showing additional data supplied by the broadcaster such as song titles, artists’ names, programme descriptions, news headlines and more.
DAB Dynamic Range Control (DRC)
Three levels of Dynamic Range Control (DRC) enable you to adjust dynamic range, useful in a noisy environment or when listening at low volume to programmes with very loud or very quiet parts.
ID3 Tag (CD Text)
To show the song title, ablum or artist name.
Volume Equalisation Technology (VET)
VET means that your unit will constantly monitor the audio levels of every station and subtly adjusts their relative volume levels over time.
iVOX Technology
Uses recorded speech to Provide selectable voice feedback for anything from time. to your alarm settings to the full set-up of the unit-it can even spell out scrolling text.
System
Mega Bass
Enhances the lower range frequencies to give rich deep bass.
Auto Reverse
Allows the tape to play both sides of the cassette.
Feather Touch Buttons
The lightest of touches to control the features.
In Car Entertainment
Full Logic Control
Everything that you can do on the unit itself can also be done via the remote.
Auto Reverse Mechanism
Plays side A then plays side B.
Pre-amp Output
Allows connection to an external amplifier to increase power output.
Multi-Colour Display
Allows you have different colours on your display at the same time instead of just the one.
CD/MD changer control
Switches from the different inputs.
Detachable panel
Removeable front cover that can be taken off for added security.
CD text
On certain CDs there are graphics,these csn scroll across the display telling details of the artist.
Shavers
x Operating Time (Approx)
This is the approx usage time of the unit before it requires to be recharged, stated by the manufacturer.
x hrs Approx Charging Time
This is the approx hours needed for the unit to recharge, stated by the manufacturer.
S-Curve Profile
This refers to the design of the product. An S-Curve design means the products are comfortable to hold and use.
Linear Motor
Linear Drive motor technology gives fast motor speed and a quick and smooth shave.
Vacuums
HEPA Filter
High efficiency air filtration system
Canister or Dustbag Full Indicator
Warns you when canister or bag is full
Anti Scuff Bumper
Specially designed bumper that prevents scuffing
Edge to Edge Cleaning
Vacuum can get nearer to the wall
On Board Tools
Vacuum is equipped with a verity of tools
Bagged System
Vacuum requires the use of a bag
Bagless System
Vacuum does not need a bag
Interconnects
99.96% OFC Conductor
For high resolution picture quality
Awards
x What Digital Camcorder
Product has been warded 'Best Buy' 5*'s by What Digital Camcorder magazine.
x What HDTV - Editors Choice
Editors Choice award for What HDTV
x Digital Video - Best Buy
Best Buy award from Digital Video
x What Video and High Def Best Buy
What Video and High Def Best Buy award
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