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Tuesday, 08 November 2005 ,  Written by
JVC is expanding its HD-ILA line with three new models in 56-, 61- and 70-inch sizes, each using the company’s new 1920x1080, 0.7-inch D-ILA device (a vertically-oriented LCOS technology). The three-chip structure can continuously reproduce a flicker and burn-free picture while an invisible pixel structure should keep color or motion artifacts away. The units, part of JVC’s DesignerPro series, deliver over two million pixels to produce a high-definition picture at a 1920x1080 resolution. They feature new advancements like the company’s fifth-generation Digital Imaging Scaling Technology used to upscale video sources to 1080p and Genessa, a 32-bit CPU that controls picture refinement. Also new is a three step Optical Iris system that is said to improve black levels and gradation in dark scenes, a Digital Noise Suppressor that detects and eliminates “block noise”, a Mosquito Noise Suppressor that eliminates noise without degrading the image and a 3D Y/C comb filter that uses a 10-bit separation process to ...
Thursday, 20 October 2005 ,  Written by
1080p is the latest trend in high-definition sets and Samsung is shipping its own line of 1080p DLP rear projection TVs ranging from 50- to 70-inches. The 68-series is anchored by the 67-inch HL-R6768W ($5,999) and also includes the 56-inch HL-R5668W ($4,199) and 61-inch HL-R6168W ($4,699).
Monday, 21 June 2004 ,  Written by
V, Inc. has added the Rear Projection TV (RPTV) category to its home entertainment product lineup with the launch of the VIZIO RP56, a 56-inch wide-screen HD DLP Television. The VIZIO RP56 features Texas Instruments' Digital Light Processing (DLP) technology. This technology produces higher contrast levels, sharper images and better motion reproduction through the use of its HD2 DMD (Digital MicroMirror Device) chip. At the core of DLP chip technology are thousands of mirrors spaced less than one micron apart. By minimizing the space between the pixels in a projected image, the DLP system creates a seamless and sharp digital image at any projected size. By combining this technology with 4.0 gain screen technology, the VIZIO RP56 provides an incredible picture in a lighter, slimmer (less than 19 inches deep) cabinet.
Wednesday, 11 February 2004 ,  Written by
Thomson has just announced a series of new HDTV Sets, Monitors, and HDTV Displays. The showpieces of the RCA lineup include more than a dozen new Digital Cable Ready HDTV sets that will offer delivery of HDTV programming from local cable operators as well as widescreen reception and display of over-the-air broadcasts from local broadcasters who now offer digital TV service. The new integrated ATSC and Digital Cable Ready models will be offered beginning this summer in a broad choice of screen sizes ranging from widescreen 40 inch sets up to mural-sized models called Profiles HDTV that are powered by DLP projection microdisplay light engines. The entire range of Thomson's 2004 HDTV products includes rear projection DLP and CRT rear projection HDTV Sets and HDTV Monitors as well as direct-view HDTV Monitors and flat-panel LCD HDTV Monitors and Plasma HDTV Displays. Nine RCA Scenium Digital Cable Ready rear projection HDTV sets in 2004 will feature ...
Wednesday, 26 November 2003 ,  Written by
MicroDisplay Corporation, a technology leader in Liquid Crystal on Silicon (LCOS) components, recently introduced a single panel 1920x1080 LCOS microdisplay with a resolution of two million pixels at the first annual HDTV Forum 2003. Designed for front and rear projection televisions, the E-HD single panel microdisplay more than doubles the resolution for digital televisions (DTV) compared to products that are available today. At just 21mm (0.82”) measured diagonally, the E-HD LCOS imaging chip is the smallest single panel LCOS with high definition (HD) resolution on the market. Aimed at the 40-inch and larger rear projection television market, the LCOS display chipset comes complete with a single chip controller IC and a full programming graphical user interface for speedy evaluation and design. A custom designed color wheel ensures color convergence and increases the brightness of the image. The E-HD shows 1080 progressive ...
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