From: Ken Bawcom (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Jul 11 2006 - 21:41:36 PDT
Quoting Jeff Kreines <email suppressed>:
> The new Samsung with Phlatlight LED illumination is interesting but
> still uses a moving DLP to get 1920 x 1080 resolution -- HP's name
> for this is wobulation. When they come up with a native 1920 x 1080
> DLP version, it will be interesting, and have better color than the
> UHP-lit TVs.
With equipment I have no experience with, most of what I "know" comes
from the AVS Forum. It is my understanding that one HP set, already
out, and the Samsung HL-S5679W, due out soon, use LEDs, and don't have
color wheels, but strobe the LEDs, and supposedly eliminate RBE
(rainbow effect.) I haven't actually seen either, but they have been
shown in public, the Samsung at the Consumer Electronics Show. The HP
is a 52" model, available now. Besides no RBE, the bulb life is
supposed to be at least 20,000 hours. If this is true, and they
eventually make projectors, that would be nice!
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deserve neither liberty, nor safety."
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