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New Sony TVs

par Charles-Edouard Carrier

New Sony TVs

Sony unveiled its new Bravia TVs for 2011 at the beginning of the month. Internet connection, 3D, LED and video on demand are the features that have attracted attention. We will present some of the new Bravia models, from the entry-level ones to the more advanced ones at the top of the line.  Note, Sony […]

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Bang & Olufsen Unveils the 10-32

par Charles-Edouard Carrier

Bang & Olufsen Unveils the 10-32

Unlike Bang & Olufsen, which no longer needs an introduction, the BeoVision 10-32 LED does. Now available in stores, this new 32-inch high definition screen from Bang & Olufsen pushes the technological envelope once again. The company chose to keep the LED-Edge lighting on the BeoVision 10-32. The BeoVision 10 LED line already included 40 […]

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Shedding Light on LEDs (Part 4): LED RGB

par Charles-Edouard Carrier

Shedding Light on LEDs (Part 4): LED RGB

We explained what light-emitting diodes are (see here) and described Edge LED (see here) and Local Dimming (see here). In both cases, these are white LEDs. Another way to use LEDs in a flat screen TV is to use coloured LEDs. Red, green and blue are in the spotlight. Instead of having only white LEDs, […]

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Shedding Light on LEDs (Part 3): Local Dimming

par Charles-Edouard Carrier

Shedding Light on LEDs (Part 3): Local Dimming

We explained what LED is (see here) and described one type of device that is equipped with Edge LED technology (see here). Unlike Edge, where the diodes are placed in the frame of the screen, Local Dimming models have a panel filled with white LEDs. How does this effect the picture quality? Placing the LEDs […]

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Shedding Light on LEDs (Part 2): Edge LED

par Charles-Edouard Carrier

Shedding Light on LEDs (Part 2): Edge LED

After explaining what LED is (see here), it is time to look at the first type of LCD LED: Edge LED. With this technology, the diodes are placed on the sides of the device, not on the entire surface. As mentioned in the previous article, with a regular LCD screen neon cathodes (CCFL) provide the […]

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