Originally Posted by Augerhandle
See my previous post, which explained what a laser diode is and is not. (with pictures
I would recommend that you take some classes, and in the meantime, quit trying to paraphrase things you obviously don't understand.The issue was and always has been your statement that Mitsubishi doesn't use lasers in their LaserVue TVs
. That statement has been proven false, and nothing that you have posted since that time has changed that fact.
Yes you have pointed out information I used to explain in various aspects to our discussion. At time our discussion started all you had done to explain yourself was a warning label, the acronym LASER, and your vague reference to incoherent light.
The acronym can be used for just about any electronic device that produces light.
I have made some not so thought out points as to weed out and open up what you truly know... Arrogance does not show me much for your knowledge when you lack the ability to back it up when challenged. You take a highly defensive posture buy being so.
Like was I to explain how incoherent light effects proper image reproduction?
I guess we both have been over simplified at various levels.
Though, again you don't understand that the LEDs used in the Sammy DLP are made to be pulse modulated at full amplitude with in a very narrow bandwidth of light. Which negates most all incoherent light issues between Laser and LED. In fact should be just as good if not better in performance than laser diodes in certain applications.
So with that being understood, amplitude and phase do not change like incoherent light during operation. This is a specification fairly new and available only by its unique design.
I was politely trying my best to explain LED technology has surpassed (growing every year) your understanding, and how it can be used to produce light very similar to a laser.
Even though Samsungs LED DLP does not use a laser diode, it is a beginning to LEDs entry to becoming a component to laser technology. Which seems very narrow minded to rule out.
Deny or incorporate that in to your knowledge base. I knew I was going to strike a nerve with those who read my first post on comparing the to TVs.Edited by Low Tech - 8/6/12 at 6:30am