Philips Cinema 21:9 received

18 Jun 2009 | Rasmus Larsen |

FlatpanelsHD has been able to get hold of one of the first Philips Cinema 21:9 TVs in true cinema format. A review will be online soon.

Philips Cinema 21:9 is one of the most remarkable new TVs in recent times because Philips introduces the 21:9 on the flat panel market. The 21:9 format is almost similar to the format used in cinemas so you don’t have to worry about the black bars that are visible on 16:9 format flat screens today.
21:9 is not new, though, as projectors have been using the format for some time and most new movies utilize the format today. Philips has just incorporated it into a flat screen Tv.

You can read more about the Cinema 21:9 here:
Cinema 21:9 - The true cinema experience
See also a teaser video on the screen here:
Flashy teaser on Philips Cinema 21:9

Philips Cinema 21:9
Philips Cinema 21:9

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Here’s a sneak preview of the 56” Cinema 21:9 next to the 50” Samsung B850.

Philips Cinema 21:9
Philips Cinema 21:9

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