Originally Posted by wxman
I am getting my tv next week and was curious how many other adjusmtents to the image you have made to make it look better? I won't be getting mine calibrated for a few months and was wondering...
Hello to all,
Just spent several hours reading every post of this thread. Great information and insights.
My 70" 735U was installed December 12 and replaced my 6 year old, first generation, 65 inch Sharp Aquos from 2005. The first...
Yes, 25% more pixels for denser pixel array (2 million plus more then RGB sets) 25% of then now yellow gives greater light output. The denser the pixel structure, the sharper the image.
This to me is a big advantage over conventional...
Your not getting my point. I said, ... "The three color standard, that ISF, movie production, et al use, is decades old.
Professionals, calibrators and others are realizing that modern television technology has advanced and...
My take on it.
Sharp is pushing the technology. They are and were the innovators in LCD, starting in 1987 with a 3 inch TFT Active Matrix TV. They kept pushing the technology since then, 12, 14, 21, 37, 42 inch displays and so on....
Has anyone considered this:
6,220,000 sub-pixels = (1920x1080) x3
8,294,400 sub-pixels = (1920x1080) x4
You now have 25% smaller sub-pixels and 25% is now yellow and 2,074,400 more sub-pixels.
The smaller the sub-pixel the greater...
Originally Posted by rogo
2010? If that article is true, the dreams of this product reaching the market as a mainstream-ish item are forever dashed.
Oh, and Sony has not announced any plans to make a 27-inch OLED next year....
Originally Posted by notreally
Why were they showing Kodak products at CES? Why nothing larger than 27"?
What is the life of the set?
I have read elsewhere,that they have achieved 60000 hours on all three colors which was the...
Originally Posted by pduncan
Careful there. People have been saying the same thing about SED for the last three years or so.
Sony has announced that they will build a plant for OLED production and Harold Stringer,Sony's...