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Frequently Asked Questions

Plasma Displays

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Basic Questions

Q : Can I connect multiple sources to the unit?

A : Yes. Our home theater monitors accept these kinds of video signals: Composite, S-Video, Component, analog RGB, digital RGB (DVI-D w/HDCP).

Model Differences

Q : What is the difference between the "HHA / XHA" home theater models and corresponding "HCA / XCA" business models?

A : Plasmavision model numbers that include “HHA” or “XHA” are home theater displays. These models accept signals from a wide variety of video sources such as composite, S-video, component and both digital and analog (DVI-D and 15-pin d-Sub) RGB signals.
“HCA” and “XCA” models are commercial models, and accept analog RGB signals only. Composite and S-Video inputs for commercial models are available on an optional input card sold through your dealer. In 2004, this optional input card also includes audio inputs (3) and 10 watt-per-channel stereo amplifier.

Q : What is the difference between the P42HHA10WS (2003 model) and P42HHA30WS (2004 model), and between P50XHA10US (2003 model) and P50XHA30WS (2004 model)?

A : The "30" version has a 10-bit processor versus the 8-bit processor in the "10" version. The difference will be most noticeable when a fast-moving image is on the screen. The faster processor will show a more true image. The 10-bit processor has 1.07 billion colors while the 8-bit processor has 16.77 million colors.

Q : Why can't my “HCA” business display unit produce a signal via component?

A : Fujitsu commercial plasma sets accept RGB-analog signals. “S” and composite video is optional (via an accessory card ? see your dealer for details.) Component signal is not currently available on Fujitsu business display models. If you wish to have component signal, you will need to transfer your component signal input into RGB by using a transcoder.


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