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In Pursuit of Perfect TV Color, With L.E.D.'s and Lasers

HIGH-DEFINITION television sets grow ever more sophisticated, but the colors on many of the screens are still created the old-time way: with tubes or bulbs that give off white light that is filtered into primary colors and remixed.

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Blasphemy3496d ago

I want to purchase an HDTV for my PS3 but I am wandering if I should wait until next year until the new models arrive.

ImWithStupid3496d ago

I have a DVI LCD right now that makes my PS3 look just AMAZING.
However I want to get one of the new 70" LCD's that are coming out and will wait for the price to drop some.

for me it must have:

at least 3 HDMI 1.3 ports
support RGB full
give me at least a 10000:1 contrast ratio
and most important of all give me 1:1 pixel mapping.

<<not your average consumer here, that's why I own a PS3...lol

level 3603496d ago

I just want to know, if there are any Aussies reading about this issue. Is this the same ( laser ) diodes that was supposed to be introduced/made by an Australian for quite a long way back now? I have seen this being featured on the news or somewhere around for more than a year now and want to know if this is the same technology that these big companies are now trying to make. Before, this was being touted as both an affordable and a better alternative in terms of color and clarity to plasma and lcd's.

Imknow13496d ago

I'm waiting on the SED tv but what I've been reading so far, it might be D.O.A.; Anyway, I want to hear more about Sony's new OLED tv that is suppose to be coming out this year with a contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1! INSANE :D

ShiftyLookingCow3496d ago

Samsung already has 10000:1 lcd tvs at about 2000-3000 dollar range. Hopefully when those ultra contrast tvs come in, these will drop to 1000-2000 dollars.

sack3496d ago (Edited 3496d ago )

i don't think they will but it out until they can get a bigger size on those OLED. they only show the 27" and that might not be the right size for most people.

ShiftyLookingCow3496d ago

yeah if you want to buy OLED stuff, just to be careful not to sell both your kidneys, as you need atleast one, as for heart well your choice

Izowiuz3496d ago

In Pursuit of Vikings! \m/ xp

sack3496d ago

I know what your saying about the LCD price dropping when OLED come out, but do you want buy out dated stuff??? I would if the price is ok for what Im buying.

ShiftyLookingCow3496d ago

outdated. every fu(king thing gets outdated by the time I buy them so I care more about functional than bleeding-edge tech. I hope to get some 1080p tv for around 1000 with nice contrast.