(1) Philips 42PFL3603D 42" Full HD 1080p with Pixel Plus HD
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Fireworks? Weren't those invented by the Chinese? And now that we mention it, you know who loves a good parade? That's right: the Communists. They fall into parade formation at the drop of a Chernenko. You ask us, anybody who has ever watched or especially marched in a parade is probably a closet pinko waiting for a signal from his Soviet masters to burn American flags in the streets.
True, red-blooded Americans will spend the day recreating Red Dawn with little green army men and buying this huge TV from us. Mind you, this Philips 42-incher is more than just huge. It also boasts a full-HD 1920�1080p resolution, 3 HDMI inputs for hi-res sources like Blu-Ray and HD game consoles, and incredible surround audio thanks to its (you guessed it) Incredible Surround audio technology. Like America, this Philips TV is big and bold and makes no apologies for being totally awesome. In short, this is why we fought on the shores of Grenada.
The enemies of America can have our Philips 42" 1080p TVs when they pry them from our cold, dead living rooms. Like the Liberty Bell, the bald eagle, and the bacon triple cheeseburger, it's a potent symbol of the enduring ideals that made our country great.
Except that it was made by a Dutch company and probably manufactured somewhere like China.
Warranty: 90 Day Philips
Full HD screen has the widescreen resolution of 1920�1080p, the highest resolution of HD sources for the best possible picture quality
Supports 1080p signals from all sources, including the most recent like Blu-ray and advanced HD game consoles
Pixel Plus HD is a picture processing technology that enables viewer to watch contents that are vivid, natural and real
Incredible Surround is an audio technology from Philips that dramatically magnifies the sound field to immerse you in the audio. Using state-of-the-art electronic phase shifting, Incredible Surround mixes sounds from left and right in such a way that it expands the virtual distance between the two speakers
BBE high definition sound is the core sound enhancement technology (licensed by BBE Sound) that will enable you to experience real natural music, speech intelligibility with rich and clear audible vocals
Built-in ATSC & QAM tuner for reception of over-the-air and unscrambled HD cable programs
3 HDMI inputs for full digital HD connection in one cable
EasyLink CEC industry standard protocol to share functionality between connected devices and the TV. With EasyLink only one remote control is needed to operate main functionalities on your TV and connected devices
Settings assistant for effortless personalized TV settings
Dolby Digital output for connection to a home theatre system
Infinite Pi? I'm only, like, the biggest fan ever!
Well, Doug really started it out. He was playing out of his garage with Randy, and they decided they wanted to be called "Three And One Seventh". And at first, it was all irrational, you know, two guys with a name like that, everyone was "Whoa! Crazy!" But after a while it started to get stupid. So they changed the name to "Golden Ratio".
That's when Ty came in on the drums. And they started going more acid house, you know, like the KLF. They met Ricky at a show, and he was playing keyboards for "Sixteenth Letter" out of Florida. Ricky had his own keyboards and Doug really liked that. So Ricky joined and they started recording as "Osmotic Pressure".
But Randy started getting disillusioned with everything, because it wasn't pure enough. So he took a job at a gas station and started studying classical styles. Everybody's still friends, you know, no hard feelings. They hired Mike to take his place, and he can shred, even though us real fans don't think he was ever as good as Randy. Man, Randy was awesome! Any real fans still hope he comes back for a reunion tour one day.
Anyway, with Mike, they became "Profit And The Inflation Rate" and they started getting attention. If it wasn't for Ty's overdose, that band would have probably gone on forever. I've got their twelve inch and they would have been huge on MTV.
Then, as we all know, Doug and Mike and Ricky formed "Infinite Pi". And they're still playin' even now, like they can't stop. Ricky even has that side project with Randy and Bill Laswell called "Twenty Two Sevenths". But that's jazz or something and no one cares.
Wear this shirt: if you don't feel like repeating yourself.
Don't wear this shirt: if your name is Ed Piper. Sorry, Ed. Come back tomorrow.
This shirt tells the world: "Pi r square? Whatever, lame-o. Go listen to some Jonas Brothers because Pi r rockin'!"
We call this color: Royal Blue? Not Today! Today It's Rebellion Blue! Happy Fourth Of July!
Design Placement: Centered
3X - S: 12" x 13.26" WXL - K4: 9" x 9.95"