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A color space standard defines a specific range of colors, and how they should look from devices like HDTVs.
Standard Definition television uses BT.601 color space standard, HDTV uses BT.709 (compatible with BT.601) color space standard, and computer displays uses s RGB (compatible with BT.709) color space standard.
For the PS3 Slim, an additional letter (appendix) is added to the end of the model number to designate harddrive size.
From the chart above you can see that CECHJ, CECHM, and CECHQ were only released to a few regions.
In the chart below, combining the yellow parts produces an actual PS3 model number.
Note that the PS3 model number (prefix) from above needs a two digit region number (suffix) appended at the end to designate a region.
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The following chart describes the basic differences between various PS3 model numbers. The first part lists the prefix, while the second part lists the suffix.
So video content (like DVDs) and displays (like TVs) would treat all values lower than 16 as 16, and higher than 235 as 235.
The darkest primary color value you get would be value 16, and the brightest primary color value you get would be 235.
It is important that you get a display that has the highest resolution possible (1920x1080p).