I still don't quite understand exactly how French company Sagem went from making faxes and phones to delivering a string of best-buy DLP TVs. But the fact remains that it did.
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Sagem's previous DLP rear-pro range set new standards for both performance and value - so we can only hope that the same will prove true of the company's brand new, up-specified HD-D45H G4 T
Once upon a time, rear projection televisions looked destined for the big home cinema in the sky. The prospect of high-definition discs and broadcasts has put them right back in the reckoning of late though
Rear projection's ball is well and truly rolling again thanks in part to French telly trendsetter, Sagem. The HD-ready DLP HD-D56B hails from the same line as the HD-D45S, and measures a monumental 56in.
Rear-projection TVs are back in a big way. The promise of high definition and rear-pro's, especially DLP's, innate suitability for it at bargain bigscreen prices has caused AV fans to re-embrace the idea
After striking gold with its first two DLP TVs - and pinching a big chunk of the UK DLP market in the process - Sagem's now out to show how far its ambitions stretch with its biggest screen yet: the 56in HD-D56B.
Sagem has proved it can do very nicely with a projector inside a rearprojection TV. But can it translate this to the front projection world?DescriptionThe 2000-X is the blandest projector in this group. Its shape bears all the ...
Okay, here's the deal. Take a sheet of A4 paper, lop a couple of inches off the short side et voilà, the MDP-1600's footprint. Oh, and on the subject of numbers, here's another: £800 - the price in pounds