Entries Tagged as 'DLP'

Collapsible DLP Solution Takes Big Screen Video Anwhere

November 3rd, 2016 · 1 Comment · DLP, Front Projection, front projectors, HDMI, News, portable projectors, Second Screen, short-throw projectors

  Interested in a bright, clear high-resolution monitor solution that is easy to pack and take on the road anywhere you go? A new startup, called Arovia, recently launched a crowd-funding effort on Kickstarter, to produce and market a collapsible 24-inch (16:9) DLP projection screen display designed to bring a full-size desktop PC monitor or […]

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Hisense Unveils High-Performing Big-Screen 4K Ultra HDTVs

October 6th, 2016 · 1 Comment · 2160p, 4K Flat Panel, 4K Front Projection, 4K LED LCD, Connected TVs, DLP, DVR, Front Projection, front projectors, Full Array LED Backlit with Local Dimming, HDR, laser projectors, LCD Flat Panel, LED LCD Flat Panels, News, short-throw projectors, Streaming Services, UHDTV

Hisense USA CEO Jerry Liu presents the 70H10D 70-inch 4K Full Array LED LCD TV with Quantum Dot technology. Hisense used a New York City press event Wednesday to unveil a range of step-up large-screen 4K Ultra HD TVs ranging from 65- to 100-inches. In total, the company showed six 4K Ultra HD LED TVs […]

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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 · 2 Comments · 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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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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Is Your HDTV Under Performing? Here’s a Fix

May 11th, 2012 · 16 Comments · 3D HDTV, DLP, Laser HDTV, LCD Flat Panel, LED LCD Flat Panels, OLED, Plasma

Every TV has one: a button that zooms in on the picture, or changes the aspect ratio. Sometimes called View Mode, Format, Size, Zoom, or something similar, these modes have a variety of names, but all have the same purpose. In reality most of the time there is only one “correct” mode, the other modes […]

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Which HDTV Specs Matter? Meaningful and Meaningless Numbers

February 29th, 2012 · 14 Comments · DLP, LCD Flat Panel, LED LCD Flat Panels, OLED, Plasma

Shopping for a TV these days involves a barrage of numbers: contrast ratios, refresh rates, viewing angles, and more. Quite often, these numbers are meaningless, and offer little value to the consumer. In some cases, the specs may offer some benefit, but are impossible to compare across different brands. This guide will help you sort […]

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