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post #21 of 30 (permalink) Old 05-17-2019, 06:22 PM
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I like their "laser Tv" which is basically just a laser projector. But it is pretty neat.

Quote: Originally Posted by subtec View Post
Supposedly this Hisense was using a VA panel, which to me doesn't make a lot of sense since the primary advantage of VA is contrast, but the dual-layer approach takes care of that. In nearly every other respect IPS is superior, and would seem to make a better pairing with this tech.
What if the front panel is VA and the back panel is IPS?

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I'm pretty sure Sony or Phillips, one of the Japanese TV manufacturers at their height, looked into a similar technology years ago and found it was way too difficult to produce. I have a hard time believing a relatively small name like Hisense is going to nail it

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Quote: Originally Posted by subtec View Post
The black level is the big selling point of this tech. Stacking two 1000:1 contrast ratio panels gets you 1,000,000:1, which is going to produce blacks on par with OLED. The second panel does reduce the transmissivity though, which like you say is going to require a brighter, hotter, more power hungry backlight to get the same light levels on the viewing side. Still, black level is OLED's number one advantage, so if this can match it it could prove to be a real competitor to OLED.
I wonder if this means this LCD tech will be using as much power as CRT's did?
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This sounds like a possible solution until micro led is finally ready. Hisense is working on some really interesting tech using dual panels to get blacks as deep as OLED while maintaining the brightness of LCDs

https://www.digitaltrends.com/home-t...-oled-tvs/?amp
Complete with all the wonderful built-in spying technology of everything else from large Chinese tech companies.

The day Hisense would be the gold standard of anything is far off indeed.

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Unless it gives me blacks that are indistinguishable from off I'm really not interested anymore.

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Unless it gives me blacks that are indistinguishable from off I'm really not interested anymore.
Believe it or not this TCL does an amazing job at it for a reasonable price. I was really skeptical after reading the reviews but I found a really good deal on the 65" and picked it up for my dad's birthday. I was honestly expecting to be disappointed but after setting it up and calibrating it I wished I had bought it for myself lol. My i1 Display Pro was unable to read anything at 0% black whereas with other LCD's I've calibrated it would always read something (like .03 lumens or something like that). I know that's not saying much being that it's not a professional grade colorimeter or spectrophotometer, but worth mentioning IMO. If I didn't know any better and didn't know what to look for (i.e. blooming/glow type issues from the local dimming which are hard to notice on this TV and poor viewing angles), I think I'd have a hard time distinguishing it from my OLED unless they were side by side. Calibrating it was a pain in the ass though since you have to do it through the roku app, but worth the effort.

Still wouldn't recommend it over an OLED obviously if one can afford it and deal with the potential IR/burn-in. But for an LCD I don't think you can beat it without spending a ton more.

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that fine and all but anymore it has just gotten so bad, I cant just support Chinese companies anymore between the spying, stealing and cheating its just so bad. If i need Asian technology i want, Korean, Japanese, Vietnamese, Indian and Philippines. When and if possible im trying to buy other stuff now.

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What China stole and from whom?

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Quote: Originally Posted by hawker-gb View Post
What China stole and from whom?
Don't you watch TV?!?!?!?
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Don't you watch TV?!?!?!?
China stole TV?

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