Samsung HLP6163W 61" HDTV Monitor with DLP Technology

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The Samsung HLP6163W is a 61” high definition rear projection TV set which uses DLP technology. The set has an extremely thin profile and is just 16.7 inches in depth. The set tips the scales at 99.2 pounds which is commendable considering the huge size of the screen. The set offers a native resolution of 1280 X 720 with an aspect ratio of 16:9. The widescreen is fitted into an extremely thin bezel cabinet which is ultra light. The small size of the set allows you to fit it in places where other sets won’t fit.
Samsung, which is one of the leaders in DLP technology, has played its part by including several functions to give the user a better viewing experience. The DNIe technology improves the contrast, picture details, white levels and noise reduction which is used to drastically improve the picture quality even from inferior input sources. The Cinema Smooth Film Mode 3:2 pulldown correction is used for smoother running videos or movies. The set overall offers fantastic colors alongwith excellent contrast ratios
Two speakers which are built in provide excellent sound quality with a total output of 30 watts (15 X 2). The speakers are equipped with SRS TruSurround XT which simulates excellent surround sound. The use of DLP technology eliminates screen aging or burn in effects which are prevalent in most other technologies.
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  • I bought a HPL6163W tv and had nothing but trouble with it. Do you know of a repair in area code 65011.

    wayne fisher January 2, 2008 4:53 pm Reply
  • Mr. Fisher,
    Did you get your issue resovled?

    Mike December 21, 2008 6:59 pm Reply
  • i’m having a problem where my tv gcomes on the 5mins later the screen goes black noticed when i push the power button in red flashes lamp off and on then it comes on then the screen goes black after five mins it trys to start back up but the screen wont come on then it still falshes lamp and after a while it flashes stand by/temp while its flashing lamp.. what does that mean?? if you can help or have the answer pls let me know so i can get this fixed

    michael steel January 31, 2010 7:46 pm Reply

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