Manufacturer part number is a unique identifier of a part used in a particular industry. Its purpose is to simplify referencing to that part. A part number unambiguously defines a part within a single manufacturer. More on “MPN” at en.wikipedia.org
What is the MPN of the “Hitachi 46" Projection TV”?
What is “UNSPSC”?
UNSPSC is the acronym for the United Nations Standard Products and Services Code, it is a coding system to classify both products and services for use in eCommerce. More on “UNSPSC” at en.wikipedia.org
What is the UNSPSC of the “Hitachi 46" Projection TV”?
What is “RMS Output Power”?
Audio power is the electrical power transferred from an audio amplifier to a loudspeaker, measured in watts. A meaningful and reliable measure of the maximum power output of an audio amplifier is continuous average sine wave power. The peak power of a sine wave of RMS (root mean square) value X is √2*X; conversely, the RMS value of a sine wave of peak X is (1/√2)*X. More on “RMS Output Power” at en.wikipedia.org
What is the RMS Output Power of the “Hitachi 46" Projection TV”?
What are the Interfaces & Ports of the “Hitachi 46" Projection TV”?
What is “DVI”?
The Digital Visual Interface (DVI) is a video interface standard designed to provide very high visual quality on digital display devices such as flat panel LCD computer displays and digital projectors. More on “DVI” at en.wikipedia.org
What is “S-Video”?
S-Video (Separate Video also called Y/C) is an analog video signal that carries video information as two separate signals: luma (luminance, intensity) and chroma (color). More on “S-Video” at en.wikipedia.org
Closed captioning is a term describing the process of displaying text on a television, video screen or other visual display to provide additional or interpretive information to individuals who wish to access it. More on “Closed Caption” at en.wikipedia.org
What is “PiP”?
Picture in Picture (PiP) is a feature of some television receivers and similar devices. Oneprogram (channel) is displayed on the full TV screen at the same time as one or more other programs are displayed in inset windows. Sound is usually from the main program only. More on “PiP” at en.wikipedia.org