Pioneer Kuro Flat Panel HDTV

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Pioneer unveiled on 2007 an eighth generation of high definition televisions called the Kuro. The company claimed that once used, our senses "will need to adapt in ways never before imagined". That is because the color quality of Kuro is insane: the black levels are increased four fold that it now looks like you are staring into an abyss. The reason why Pioneer focused on perfecting the screen’s black tone is because of the fact that black exists in all colors, and setting it into its darkest shade possible would make the contrast among other colors more noticeable by as much as 20,000:1.

Kuro, from the Japanese adjective meaning "being at its maximum darkness", puts a leap forward in high definition technology by creating more striking colors and textures even if you are watching in plain broadcast quality. The picture adjusts by itself without you even noticing it! The Kuro also comes with a variety of connections. It can be connected to a PC, USB, Ethernet among others.

Pioneer’s 8G TV has received rave reviews from top electronics sites like CNET.com, which gave one of its highest ratings yet at 8.7 out of 10, as well as from thousands of satisfied users.

The Pioneer Kuro is available in eight different models with prices ranging from about $2,000 to $7,500.

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