New Jersey Interior Design Showhouse Charity Event Features Runco’s CinemaWall Plasma Monitor 
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Written by AVRev.com   
Thursday, 21 April 2005

Flat screen enthusiasts visiting the Designer Showhouse of New Jersey this month will be able to see Runco’s CinemaWall plasma monitor displayed in the “Retreat Room.” Electronic Design Group installed the CW-50mc flat panel plasma monitor for visitors to this annual charity event.

The showhouse is an annual forum that features some of the top names in interior design. For years the venue was located in the Hamptons on Long Island. This year marks the debut of the five-acre estate in Englewood, New Jersey. The event is running for six weeks, from April 16 to May 30. The price of admission is $25.00 and all proceeds will benefit The Cancer Center at Hackensack University Medical Center.

The Runco CW-50mc has incorporated its ViViX processing onto a modular card for the first time in the CW-50mc. The controller card contains all of the processing circuitry needed to generate high quality images in the plasma application. ViViX processing circuitry has also been re-engineered and improved. Orthogonal line processing and de-interlacing have been incorporated, and a new video decoder is used to compensate for time-based errors that can appear in analog sources such as VHS tape. The new orthogonal algorithms add refinement to image processing, and the new decoder produces more saturated colors without the artifacts that can be associated with ordinary processing.

The CW-50mc has a native resolution of 1280 X 768 to accommodate all HDTV sources. Picture performance can be viewed at an angle as wide as 160 degrees from the chassis, which measures less than 4 inches deep. The CW-50mc is available with a wall-mount or a table top stand.







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