A Panasonic innovation for Plasma TVs uses a bounded cell structure made up of wall-like ribs. These are used to wrap each individual cell. Increasing the area in which the phosphor can be applied dramatically improves both light-emitting efficiency and intensity.
Viruses, Trojans, keyloggers – any piece of software specifically designed to access or take advantage of your PC without your knowledge is often grouped together as ‘malware’.
Mega refers to over 1 Million. The more pixels there are the better the picture quality in video and still mode.
Metal in Gap head achieves a boost of luminance signal by up to 30% and chrominance signal by up to 10%. It also greatly reduces noise giving the highest levels of picture quality.
Motion Flow High Frame Rate 100Hz & 200Hz Technology
Sony technology for doubling and quadrupling the frame rate of standard 50Hz broadcasts.
A compression technique used to squeeze digital music. mp3 stands for mpeg1 (Motion picture experts group 1), audio layer 3 and is commonly used on the internet to reduce the size of a music file. Also note, that while mp3 means more tracks, it also means less quality – compressing a music file inevitably means data loss.
Motion Picture Experts Group represents a family of digital audio and video coding standards. It enables data compression of sound and movies so that they take up less capacity.
This is a standard for transmitting broadcast-quality images equivalent to S-VHS. It is one of the compression technologies used in DVD and digital television.
MPEG4 has a high compression ratio, which creates a small file size that’s suitable for personal computer and Internet applications. It is the standard for Freeview HD broadcasts.
Multi-direction floating head
Found on shavers it follows the contours of your face and leaves no hair unshaved. The blades move in all directions.
Multi Format Playback
Some DVD players can play DVD-Audio, DVD-Video, DVD-RAM/R, CD, CD-R/RW, WMA, MP3, JPEG and HDCD.
MultiMedia Card (MMC)
A solid state storage device used to hold digital data.
This interpolation technology, increases the data density in CD or DVD signals to reproduce even high-frequency sounds outside the audible range. Multi Re-master processing can also be used with compression formats such as DTS, Dolby Digital, MP3 and WMA to help compensate for signal loss.