Entries Tagged as 'Microdisplay Rear Projection'

TI Officially Unveils 4K Home Theater DLP Chip

January 6th, 2016 · 1 Comment · 2160p, 4K Front Projection, DLP, Front Projection, Microdisplay Rear Projection, News, UHDTV, Video Processors

Texas Instruments (TI) is using CES 2016 to reveal its 0.67-inch 4K UHD DLP chip for home theater, business and education projection displays. The new chip is said to be based on DLP Cinema technology and combines the fast switching speed of TI’s digital micro mirror device (DMD) with advanced image processing. It also provides […]

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Relief Headed To Mitsubishi LaserVue TV Owners

September 22nd, 2015 · 1 Comment · DLP, Laser HDTV, Microdisplay Rear Projection, News

If you purchased a malfunctioning Mitsubishi LaserVue laser-light-engine-based DLP rear-projection set between 2008-2012, you might be entitled to a free product repair or reimbursement for any work performed to fix it. That’s because the parent of the marketing company, Mitsubishi Electronics Visual Solutions America, which exited the U.S. consumer rear projection TV business in December […]

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HDTV Predictions for 2013 and CES

December 30th, 2012 · 10 Comments · 3D HDTV, 4K Flat Panel, Audio, Blu-ray Discs, Blu-ray Players, Connected TVs, Digital Media Receivers, LED LCD Flat Panels, Microdisplay Rear Projection, News, OLED, Plasma, Sound Bars, Sound Systems, Surround Sound Systems

With 2012 behind us and surviving the end of the world (as according to the Mayan calendar), it is again time to  look forward. We’ve collected all our insider industry trends and tidbits to make 12 predictions for the New Year. And for complete disclosure, we’ll begin with how we did with our 2012 predictions.

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2012 HDTV Buyers Guide

November 26th, 2012 · No Comments · 36-40", 3D HDTV, 4K Flat Panel, 4K LED LCD, Connected TVs, DLP, Laser HDTV, LCD Flat Panel, LED LCD Flat Panels, Microdisplay Rear Projection, Plasma

click chart for larger version It’s the time of year again, where the temperature drops and the sales heat up. This is TV buying season, and prices have never been lower. Sizes have increased, and there are more features than ever. But sorting through the dozens of different models can be tedious at best, and […]

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Guide to HDTV Settings

August 2nd, 2012 · No Comments · 3D HDTV, Connected TVs, DLP, Front Projection, Laser HDTV, LCD Flat Panel, LED LCD Flat Panels, Microdisplay Rear Projection, OLED, Plasma

Got a new TV? Confused about what all the picture settings do? Have no fear, HDGuru is here. To help, that is. We break down all the major picture settings, what they do, what they look like when they’re set incorrectly, and more.

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Gov’t Now Requires HDTV Energy Guide Labels -Explained

June 30th, 2011 · 3 Comments · 21:9 3D LED LCD Flat Panels, 3D HDTV, Connected TVs, DLP, Laser HDTV, LCD Flat Panel, LED LCD Flat Panels, Microdisplay Rear Projection, News, OLED, Plasma

All TVs manufactured after May 10th (that’s now!) are required to prominently display one of the Federal Trade Commissions’ stylish new Energy Guide labels. Starting July 11, websites that sell televisions will be required to display an image of the full label as well, given that you can’t, you know, see the TV. More info […]

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Mitsubishi’s 2011 HDTV Line and New 3D Glasses Announced

June 2nd, 2011 · 8 Comments · 3D HDTV, Laser HDTV, Microdisplay Rear Projection, News

Mitsubishi’s TV division, now called Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions America introduced its 2011 line today consisting of four model series of rear projection DLP HDTVs with screen sizes from 73″ to an all new whopping 92″ model. Included in the new series is its 3rd generation LaserVue TV using a new light engine which incorporates […]

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All HDMI Cables are the Same! Or are they… – Full Test

March 30th, 2011 · 43 Comments · 3D HDTV, Blu-ray Players, LCD Flat Panel, LED LCD Flat Panels, Microdisplay Rear Projection, News, Plasma

A few months ago we ran a story where I said that there was no reason to spend a lot of money on HDMI cables. I still stand by that. Most cable companies are so incredibly misleading in their marketing/advertising it borders on outright lying. Others just lie. So we decided to put a test […]

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