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[DT]Is this the new gold standard in television technology?

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

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Sounds like Panasonic's dual layer IPS panel tech, with Samsung's Quantum Dot thrown in the mix, bout time someone made a commercial product utilizing a combination of the two....too bad SED tech will probably never see the light of day.
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Quote: Originally Posted by rbarrett96 View Post
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

I saw this last night. I'm really fascinated by this approach. I wonder if the cost of using two panels can still keep prices below OLED. If it works as they say, this would pretty cool. I'm afraid of burn-in. While I have no experience with OLED, I'm worried to buy one with all the sports, news and console gaming I watch/do on my TVs. Hisense's approach seems like a best of all worlds type thing.
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What are they doing, Count?

TWO LCDs! Ah ah ah!

Meh.
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TWO LCDs! Ah ah ah!

Meh.
You're the visual expert here; why is it meh? Honestly asking. This is way outside my ken.
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You're the visual expert here; why is it meh? Honestly asking. This is way outside my ken.
Running double-stacked LCD panels doesn't make the LCD panels better, it just doubles their effects, both positive and negative. You'll need a stupidly hot backlight to get the same light levels, and you still will have poor black levels. They'll be better than one panel, sure, but they still won't compete with OLED.

This isn't some brilliant new idea, hence the meh. It's a way to sound like you're doing something cool, improve one set of performance metrics while trading away another set, but without having to do any actual research.
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You're the visual expert here; why is it meh? Honestly asking. This is way outside my ken.
Unless I'm terribly mistaken, this will end up performing just like any other current high-end LCD display, but with the added benefit of much better contrast.

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Unless I'm terribly mistaken, this will end up performing just like any other current high-end LCD display, but with the added benefit of much better contrast.
Which is a key metric for a good display right? Black levels, almost more than anything, are what makes an image look good. I'm thinking back to my Panasonic Plasmas. Best picture ever! (at the time)
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Quote: Originally Posted by Mand12 View Post
Running double-stacked LCD panels doesn't make the LCD panels better, it just doubles their effects, both positive and negative. You'll need a stupidly hot backlight to get the same light levels, and you still will have poor black levels. They'll be better than one panel, sure, but they still won't compete with OLED.

This isn't some brilliant new idea, hence the meh. It's a way to sound like you're doing something cool, improve one set of performance metrics while trading away another set, but without having to do any actual research.
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.
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