Ridgefield Park, NJ–Samsung Electronics is making its DLP line more affordable. The line is now available for prices starting at $3,199.99–a $500 lateral reduction.
“It is a very exciting time for consumers who are thinking of buying into the world of HDTV,” stated Samsung vice president of marketing for the Visual Display Group, Jim Sanduski. “Samsung’s DLP offerings redefined the television market with a new generation of digital TV that offered high-definition performance and the highest quality video processing for any video format in a compact and light form factor. We now look forward to being at the forefront of the industry once again, bringing many consumers a new opportunity to view high performance television at a much more affordable price point.”
The 43-inch HLN4365W and the 50-inch HLN5065W will now have an MSRP of $3,199 and $3,699 respectively. Both models offer multiple widescreen format inputs, DVD progressive scan input, 15 pin D-sub computer input, 3:2 pull down and a DVI digital interface.
Samsungs other current models include the HLN437W (new MSRP of $3,699), the HLN507W (new MSRP of $3,699) and the HLN617W (new MSRP of $4,699). All models include Faroudjas auto-sensing 3:2 pull down system, and Samsungs proprietary DNIe (Digital Natural Image engine).