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Panasonic SC-MT1 Progressive Scan Micro DVD Home Theater System
 

Panasonic SC-MT1 Progressive Scan Micro DVD Home Theater System

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Advanced Disc ReviewNow there's a quick, easy way to search for programs you recorded in DVD-RAM, DVD-RW or DVD-R format with a DVDRecorder. You can choose to review the first 7 seconds of each recorded program or the first 7 seconds from each 10-minute interval. Advanced Progressive ScanAll Panasonic DVD Players are equipped with a high-precision progressive videoprocessor that handles 30-frame progressive scan images* on NTSC discs. DVD discs have video signal information up to 13.5MHz bandwidth. Many conventional players, however, are prone to degradation in the video signal near 13.5MHz in progressive outputmode. Panasonic DVD players can fully transmit these signals. The delivery of these signals gives images profound depth and provides a level of definition that brings out even the finest details.* To enjoy progressive scan picture, a TVwith progressive scan capabilities must be used.Advanced Surround (V.S.S.)Even on systems with only two front speakers, the Advanced Surround function lets you enjoy surround sound from Dolby Digital software having two channels or more.This effect can also be used for a DVD-Video disc recorded with two channels or more using DTS or Linear PCM. * Works with DVD-Video software recorded with two or more channels using Dolby Digital, DTS or Linear PCM.Audio/JPEG NavigationMenuOn-screen confirmation of MP3 and WMA folders recorded on CD-Rs or CD-RWs lets you search tracks quickly. Plus, JPEG* data stored by category in separate folders is displayed in a menu that maintains the same folder structure, making it quickand easy to search for photos and music. * DCF-based still photos shot with a digital camera or SD A/V recorder and recorded as JPEG files. Playability may vary depending on the contents, discs and quality of the recording.AudioOnly CircuitProtection against noise is provided by the Audio Only circuit that isolates the audio circuitry from the video circuitry. The result is exceptionally pure signal reproduction. Built-in dts*2 DecoderOffering incredibledigital surround sound, dtsr is the sound system of choice for many theatres. By connecting the DVD player directly to an AV receiver with 5 or 6 discrete inputs, you can enjoy the amazing 5.1-channel digital surround sound offered by dtsr encoded discs.CD Mode KeyThe DVD-F87 features a CD Mode key for convenience when you have both CDs and DVDs loaded in the 5-disc changer. Press the CD Mode key, and the DVD-F87 will skip over the DVDs and play only the CDs. Also, the DVD-F87's fastreading during CD mode minimizes the time you need to wait for the player to change from one disc to the next.Chapter PreviewOnce you have resumed playing the DVD movie disc, the Chapter Preview feature automatically shows you the firstfew seconds of each previously viewed chapter, and then proceeds with normal play once it reaches the position you left off. Component Video OutComponent video output terminals allow for the transmission of digital video to compatiblevideo equipment. By keeping the Y/R-Y/B-Y format of the video image perfectly intact during the transmission process, the highest possible picture quality is maintained. Dialogue EnhancerWhen viewing a dtsr or Dolby Digitalr 5.1-channelmovie disc, sometimes the dialogue encoded on the centre channel can be difficult to hear particularly when loud sounds from the other channels overwhelm the centre channel. The Dialogue Enhancer is perfect for such instances as it increases the centrechannel volume relative to the other channels, making the dialogue more audible. Digital Output for dtsr & Dolby Digitalr Surround SoundMany of today's movies rely on a dts or Dolby Digital 5.1 soundtrack to bring all of the action tolife. That's why all Panasonic DVD players have outputs for optional dtsr and Dolby Digitalr surround sound receivers. They provide six discrete channels of exhilarating digital audio that deliver the ultimate sound experience. DirectNavigator (DMR-ES10/DMR-E75/DMR-E85/DMR-E500)Find desired programs fast. Just press the Direct Navigator button to display thumbnails of all the programs on a disc, then select the one you want and press ENTER. It's that easy.DVD-Audio DVD-Audio Quality Sound TechnologyTo make sure you hear the full ultra-high fidelity benefits of DVD-Audio, Panasonic packs a variety of original audio technologies into its DVD-Audio ready players, differentiated accordingto rank. Linear PCM Audio: Up to 6 Discrete ChannelsBy using linear PCM for DVD-Audio, all channels deliver unsurpassed high sound quality in a multichannel system. So, you can experience the thrilling realism of concert halls and clubs -without leaving your living room. Plus, over 74 minutes of the highest 6-channel sound quality (96kHz/24-bit/6ch) can fit on just one side of a single-layer DVD-Audio disc. Plenty of Interactive FunctionsDVD-Audio delivers not onlybreathtaking sound, it also provides still images, video clips, and text, which the user can interactively select from an on-screen menu (depending on software content). 192kHz/24-bit Audio D/A ConverterPanasonic Tabletop DVD-Video playersemploy a 192kHz/24-bit D/A converter. To allow for the high sampling rate and bit depth of DVD-Audio signals, this D/A converter delivers faithful reproduction of the complete range of formats from 2-channel 192kHz/24-bit to 6-channel 96kHz/24-bit. LikeDVD-Audio/Video players, tabletop DVD-Video players also feature the 192kHz/24-bit audio D/A converter. Due to the converter's exceptional precision, sound quality is superb during playback of DVD-Video discs and CDs.HDCD Ready* HighDefinition Compatible Digital (HDCD) is an encoding / decoding technology that greatly enhances the sound quality of CDs. Conventional CDs are recorded using a 16-bit signal. HDCD encodes 20-bit information into 16-bit data, so you get superior 20-bitsound from HDCD compatible players or normal 16-bit sound from other players. In this way, HDCD lets you enjoy a richer sound and wider dynamic range.* Compatibility varies depending on the model.HDMI (High DefinitionMultimedia Interface)New Interface for Digital Signal TransmissionHDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) is a new interface standard for digital transmission of video and audio signals. With HDMI, the signals are not compressed.Transmission is direct and "pure" - free of the degradation and noise that occur with analog signal transmission. This new interface supports image resolution all the way up to 1080p.HDMI is particularly well suited for images that will beviewed on plasma display panels, LCDs, ando
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